food was solid. good service. decent tap selection and an awesome bottle list. pizzeria atmosphere, but has a bar. pretty happy with the lunch i had here. went here around 2pm and it was empty, so not sure what the scene is like at other times. cantillon fixtures on the walls. can tell owners care about beer and italian food.
An intimate and well designed venue in the heart of Dupont Circle; it offers great pizza (along with complimentary olives), excellent service and a carefully envisioned tap list, one that reaches for quality, not quantity. Choose your time wisely as the bar is small and gets easily packed.
Many of the older ratings aren’t quite as aplicable as they once were as this Pizzeriz Paradiso moved a couple doors to the east.
While I still prefer the Georgetown location, the new Dupont one has better bar space, dining space and space in general. Which is a big improvement.
The rotating beers of of the highest quality as always as is the delicious pizza.
Pretty solid place for beer in Dupont Circle. Small bar upfront, but they have a lot of bottles and a rotating draft/cask list of about 10. I had a BrewDog Stone Bashah on draft last Saturday, that was an awesome find(the second time I had it). Pizza is good there too...
Crowded on Friday nights, but found a place to sit, and at least to talk without having to scream to be heard.
Friendly bar staff, decent rotating tap selection + 1 cask along with fairly good but pricey bottle selection.
They serve sample glasses.
3fourths (1561) Boulder, Colorado | August 21, 2010| Updated November 25, 2014
comfortable bar seating, friendly staff, talkative patrons, saturated with high quality taps and bottles. prices are high but this is a place where it’s worth it to spend a little extra. you simply have to afford yourself the pleasure. the more of these places that open the tougher the competition becomes, and that’s a good thing for us. bars of this quality should be standard in every major US city, but sadly that is not the case yet and we sometimes have to put up with conditions and experiences that we know are less than stellar. not here. quite honestly the friendly nature of human beings in this establishment, the lighting, design and decor, reminds me of birrificio italiano, which exists and thrives in the small italian town of lurago marinone, population 2,200. incredible.
Neat little place on DuPont Circle. Great service, and an outstanding beer selection. Had an Oyster Stout that was fantastic. Very good service, nice friendly people. Menu is limited, virtually all pizza but the Pizza is very good - a bit pricey but good. Has some outdoor seating, a really nice place to kick back, relax, and enjoy some comfort food and good beer.
GT (672) Oceanside, California | May 4, 2010| Updated May 27, 2011
My favorite happy hour in DC. Come here from 5-7 on Tuesday or Wednesday for half off all drafts! But you can only get the happy hour deal at the bar or standing around the bar. Different than the Georgetown location. Darrel, who is the usual bartender, is awesome. Very knowledgeable, honest, and a cool dude. If a beer sucks on tap, he’ll tell you straight up, "It blows." Bottle selection is fairly extensive with Cantillon, De Molen, Mikkeller, KBS, Lost Abbey, random Italian and Danish/Norwegian crafts. There are 12 taps and always one cask that rotate fairly quickly- maybe not as quickly as the Georgetown location. Look up the super up to date tap list online before you go at http://www.eatyourpizza.com/menu/birre/
I go here for the pizza, not the beer. Very tiny place, long wait, but the pizza is so delicious (love the quattro formaggio). Have never caught a happy hour, but the prices are on par with other restaurants in Dupont Circle. This is a must for pizza, okay for beer.
chriso (558) London, England | April 9, 2010| Updated April 25, 2010
A handy spot just off Dupont Circle. Decent beer selection. Very popular. Tried to go on Friday evening but the wait was too long so went for an early Saturday lunch instead and got seated no problem. Not the cheapest but this is central DC. There is a quite small bar area but it’s more of a restaurant than a place to go just for a drink. Excellent pizzas and a nice vibe. The guy who seated us but wasn’t our server obviously spotted a beer geek in the house and came over for a beer chat a couple of times when he wasn’t busy. Definitely a worthwhile addition to the area.
A nice pizzeria with 7 to 9 pizzas, 13 taps, and extensive bottle selection. Service is rapid, attentive, and friendly. The pizzas looked good. Got a pesto and goat cheese, with honeyed oil and brown dough....not the best. Still, a must in DC.