weihenweizen (459) Charleston Area, West Virginia | September 24, 2015| Updated September 25, 2015
On the street parking if you drove. This is a cozy place. L-shaped bar as soon as you walk in and some seating. I did’t see any bottles I wanted to try on the bottle menu, so I had a draft. Place was busy and service was average. There website does a good job of keeping up with what they have. Pricing is expensive. I would come back if I saw something I wanted to try.
Visited on a Wednesday afternoon in early March 2015. Bright decor and pizzaria blue-checked tablecloth-type atmosphere. Friendly servers, brought us delicious pizza. Decent beer list, good pricing for a flight but the bottles, less so. Would return if in the area but there are other beer places I'd check out before returning. (4/8/10/9/8/15) 74
Smallish place. Moderate crowd when it opened at 1130 on a Friday. Even though they added onions to my pizza when I requested they leave them off, the pizza was quite tasty. Bartender and assistant beer manager gave excellent customer service. Small place, some tables and a bar. Homey. Nice music playing (Led Zepp and the like). Flights of 4 for $14, and otherwise pours top out at 12 oz. for between 5 and 10 bucks. Well curated draft list with a mix of styles. Less common stuff, some rarities on the bottle list. Pricy overall. Nice that it was a few blocks from my apartment. Nice stop.
What a fantastic pizza bar this is - excellent, pizzas, good service, 18 rotating taps of craft brews and a bottle list that is pages long. It has some outdoor seating which was great on this warm Saturday evening.
Paradisos pizza is as good as ever with a wide-ranging menu of extras with which to build a custom pizza if desired, and at a reasonable price. While long ago the beer list here was among the very best in the area, it seems to have been surpassed in recent years most notably by the NRG establishments. The tap menu is now comprised mostly of second and third tier options, granted that many of these are highly unusual domestic or imported beers in comparison to what is available elsewhere. Worth the stop for the pizza alone; the advantage of this location is that there will be fewer tourists and fewer tired families of shoppers than the Georgetown spot.
I went here for the first time in November 2016, and I will be back. The bartender April was outstanding and one of the reasons I’ll be coming back. The tap list was incredible and if you can get there for Happy Hour during the weekdays it is one of the best deals in all of DC. Definitely hit this spot. I know there is another location in Georgetown but I cannot speak to that location, just this one.
My second visit to this place. First time I happened to show up on a day with several special Oscar Blues selections, which was cool. Today, well, not so much. Ok selection, but only about 10 taps on. Expensive. Really good pizza. Impressive bottle list, especially if you have recently won Power Ball. Glad to go again (especially since I didn’t review it before), but I’ll seek out a new place next time.
Lovely pizzas, lots of good beers, what more can you ask for? Well, we went there on a hot and humid day, so a bit more efficient AC would do good, but overall this is sure a place worth visiting. The service weren’t the best in town, but quite quick and efficient so really nothing to complain about there either.