The restaurant is expected to open at 800 N. Glebe Road, next to Mussel Bar, this July. It will have table seating for 100, a 28-seat bar and seating for 36 at its outdoor patio.
“The restaurant’s menu is grounded in gourmet grilled pizzas with toppings that have been responsibly sourced from an array of American producers,” said spokeswoman Robin Insley. “Its wine menu features a sommelier-created list of about 36 wines designed to be paired with each pizza.”
Each wine will cost less than $10 a glass, Insley said, and be available in tasting pours and flights. The New York location features gelato, gelato floats and gelato paninis, with the Italian-style ice cream wrapped in vanilla cake and served warm.
Located in New York City’s Union Square, Pizza Vinoteca first opened its doors this past March.
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