(Quick kitchen update– as you may have noticed from the silence, things have slowed down. We’re so close we can taste it…but not quite there yet)
We have been trying to stay positive about our lack of a fully-functional kitchen and are exploring local establishments. When in doubt (or tired from work), pizza is always a good go-to in our household. We like making it at home, we like eating it out and about.
Last night we tried Roscoe’s in Takoma Park and have one thing to say- this is the best pizza in D.C. Yes, it’s better than Two Amy’s (and their orange salad is enough to make this Italian-American wait two hours), and it quickly replaced Pacci’s as our neighborhood pizza.
We had the Pizza Antica and a nice arugula salad. The pizza packed a lot of punch without being greasy or too heavy, and the salad was a nice fresh balance for a hot D.C. evening. While we didn’t partake, they also had a good selection of panini and other dishes. Perfect for the little town center of Takoma, our fellow diners were laid-back and the place was very family friendly. Oh, and if you swing that way, there are a few gluten-free and all organic options. (It’s Takoma, did you expect anything else?)
Verdict- we’ll be coming back soon!