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PIZZA No. 17 Replacing Pasha Bistro on 17th Street

17th Street NW Pizza No. 17

Pizza No. 17 will open March 1 in the former Pasha Bistro spot on 17th Street NW under the same ownership. (Luis Gomez Photos)

Pasha Bistro at 1523 17th Street NW closed its doors Monday night, but will reopen March 1 as PIZZA No. 17. Owner Payam Yazdani said the menu will slant toward organic, gourmet pizza. “We will have a wood-fired pizza oven,” he said. Think Pizza Paradisio.

17th Street NW Pizza No. 17

Payam Yazdani. (Luis Gomez Photos)

While the pizzeria isn’t open, but you can go ahead and get a gift certificate: “For our loyal customers, please email us at 17pizzas@gmail.com for a $15 gift certificate.”

Yazdani and his father, “Mr. Eddie,” are also the owners of Java House on Q Street just off 17th Street NW.

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2 Responses to “PIZZA No. 17 Replacing Pasha Bistro on 17th Street”

  1. Rob says:

    I’m still grumpy over the loss of Jack’s and Dunkin, I did not need to come home from vacation to see this. Where else around here am I going to find pita & fries of that quality? With free delivery even? Pasha offered something unique in the neighborhood. Pizza on the other hand… Alberto’s, Paradisio…