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Italian

Ghibellina in Logan Circle is an outstanding gastropub... and it happens to serve some of DC’s best pizza. It combines two stand-out techniques: an atypical mix of flours, and a longer, lower-temperature cooking time (usually three to three-and-a-half minutes in a 500-600 degree oven). These factors prevent this from being boxed in as a "true Neapolitan" pizza; instead, it’s the restaurant’s own take on the style. A little crispier on the bottom, with a little less char, these pizzas are given time to develop that deep, yeasty flavor in the crust. The best part? During the daily happy hour, it’s $8.50. If pizza's not your thing, there's plenty of Tuscan fare on the menu, all do be enjoyed in an industrial, brick-walled space with a marble bar and open kitchen.

Ghibellina
Washington DC

Ghibellina

Ghibellina

Ghibellina in Logan Circle is an outstanding gastropub... and it happens to serve some of DC’s best pizza. It combines two stand-out techniques: an atypical mix of flours, and a longer, lower-temperature cooking time (usually three to three-and-a-half minutes in a 500-600 degree oven). These factors prevent this from being boxed in as a "true Neapolitan" pizza; instead, it’s the restaurant’s own take on the style. A little crispier on the bottom, with a little less char, these pizzas are given time to develop that deep, yeasty flavor in the crust. The best part? During the daily happy hour, it’s $8.50. If pizza's not your thing, there's plenty of Tuscan fare on the menu, all do be enjoyed in an industrial, brick-walled space with a marble bar and open kitchen.