Brick-Oven Pizza, Salad, and Beer for Two or Four at Moroni & Brothers Pizza Restaurant (Up to 46% Off)


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$36.70 46% $16.70
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In a Nutshell

Handmade crusts lauded by Washingtonian magazine serve as crisp canvases for prosciutto, buffalo mozzarella, and roasted garlic

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Can not be combined with any other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

$20 for a gourmet pizza meal for two (up to $36.70 value)

  • One 12-inch brick-oven pizza (up to $15.95 value)
  • One salad (up to $6.75 value)
  • Two draft beers ($7 value each)<p>

$40 for a gourmet pizza meal for four (up to $73.40 value) * Two 12-inch brick-oven pizzas (up to $15.95 value each) * Two salads (up to $6.95 value each) * Four draft beers ($7 value each)<p>

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Moroni & Brothers Pizza Restaurant

José Velasquez, the co-owner of Moroni & Brothers Pizza Restaurant, crafts the eatery’s dough himself. The mounds—blends of flour, yeast, honey, salt, and olive oil—then get hand-stretched into crusts that Washingtonian magazine laud as “excellent canvases.” Upon those planes, custom combos of more than 25 toppings scatter, such as mussels and buffalo mozzarella, before baking in a brick oven. The result, raves the Washingtonian, is pizza with “more finesse” and “more soul” than its chain counterparts.

But pizza is only half the story at Moroni & Brothers. Rather than rounding out the menu with easily ignorable pizzeria eats or plastic food replicas, Velasquez includes zesty Salvadoran and Mexican specialties. On the Salvadoran side, the culinary team whips up tongue stew and sautéed pork chops, as well as El Salvador's national dish: pupusas. On the Mexican side, cooks stuff quesadillas with spinach and fill tacos with grilled fajita beef to add a bit of zip to a common dish.

Customer Reviews

A unique place with variety and great food and prices. My new neighborhood spot!
Alison · November 23, 2013

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