Friday is restaurant’s final day of operation
Pi Pizzeria, partial of a St. Louis-based pizza chain, is shutting a downtown Bethesda grill this week.
The restaurant’s final day will be Friday, according to a pointer on a doorway during 7137 Wisconsin Ave. Pi had opened in Apr 2016.
The closing was initial reported by Eater DC. Company owners Chris Sommers did not immediately respond to a ask for comment.
“We are really contemptible to tighten and really beholden for your inexhaustible support a past 2 years,” a pointer on a doorway read.
Pi serves deep-dish cornmeal and thin-crust pizzas as good as salads, garlic bread and a qualification drink list. The sequence takes a name from a mathematical consistent used to magnitude a circle, and had reportedly been Obama’s favorite pizza.
Before Pi opened, 7137 Wisconsin Ave. was a home of another pizza place. Pitzze was close down by a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in 2015 after a owners unsuccessful to compensate rent.
Pi Pizzeria has a plcae in Penn Quarter in Washington, D.C., and others in a St. Louis area.
Sommers was in a news final tumble when he criticized military officers’ doing of protests in St. Louis after a decider found white military officer Jason Stockley not guilty in a genocide of Anthony Lamar Smith, a black 24-year-old who was shot inside his automobile after a chase. Sommers pronounced military had gassed him and shot pellets during him while he was perplexing to urge his grill in a city, and a Blue Lives Matter organisation speedy people to protest Pi and call with complaints, according to press reports.
A pointer on a doorway of Pi Pizzeria. Credit: Joe Zimmermann