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Wednesday, June 08, 2011

HSGS: Marvelous Pizza is Open

H Street Great Street reports that Marvelous Pizza has opened its doors at 941 H Street (next to 7-11 in the the H Street Connection). Hey, they deliver. 202-546-4675

13 comments:

Dave B said...

What the hell? Those hosers are calling their soda "pop".

I do appreaciate the no frills look of it though.

wingman said...

A pizza and wing joint...just what the neighborhood needs! When is H Street Connection scheduled for demolition? Can't be soon enough.

oboe said...

Mmmm. Canadian chain pizza. Now that's intriguing. Could someone order from them, and let us know on the off-chance they don't turn out to be the same generic crap you can get from two dozen other joints?

ro said...

Wait, I thought Drew Ronneberg and his merry men banned the presence of chicken wings on H st. no? and we've all survived? oh well. Either way the flyer for this joint doesn't look too marvelous. Just another run of the mill pizza joint. I'll let someone else be the guinea pig

gastrothug said...

do they sell sliders? or mongolian barbeque?

Anonymous said...

A terrible addition to H St. NE. Yes, I know there is a market for pizza, even if it's standard, shitty fare, but this is really not keeping pace with the other recent culinary additions to H St. Are any decent pizza places going to spring up soon?

Anonymous said...

what happened to H Street Connection? How long is this lease for?

ro said...

The original plan was to start construction in 2012. At this point that doesn't seem likely.

not on parker said...

I do believe H Street protocol is to add a minimum of 3 years to any project in the "development pipeline". Read: Dreyfuss, Steuart...

Anonymous said...

Stumbled across this place last Saturday after a night at a bar. They were the only place that was still open at 2am. To my surprise the pizza was pretty decent, the crust was awesome.

Anonymous said...

Y'all should be grateful they finally opened up, because this place has bubble tea. Oooh and the smoothies are INCREDIBLE. They don't even advertise them, it's like a hidden gem.

Anonymous said...

It seems more like a family business, an Asian family at that. I was skeptical at first because they seem unprofessional in some ways like the flyers for example. but I had to try it before passing the final judgement. They had some old slices on display so I avoided those and waited a few mins for dome new ones. Surprisingly, the pizza turned out great. The marinated sauce is just right and the crust was awesome. Looks can be deceiving I tell you.

Anonymous said...

I tried the pizza there. It was great, ordered 6 Large pizzas for a family night. Y'all should give them some love. Nice people.