&pizza to Open in Reston Town Center Tomorrow

by Fatimah Waseem August 1, 2018 at 12:00 pm 9 Comments

A new fast-casual restaurant is opening in Reston Town Center tomorrow. &pizza, which is known for its oblong-shaped pizza, will open its doors at 1826 Library Street, the former location of Teavana.

The Reston Town Center location is &pizza’s 30th restaurant in the country. The business will offer free pizza to the first 30 people line during the opening tomorrow. The square footage of the restaurant is 1,363 square feet.

The restaurant has roughly 58 seats, including outdoor seating, Emily Drago, a spokesperson for the company told Reston Now. This will be the company’s eighth location in Virginia.

Photo via &pizza

  • Chuck Morningwood

    Sorry for the poor choice of location, &p. Because of the parking situation at RTC, you won’t be seeing a penny of my money.

    • Reston Realist

      Is that because it’s too expensive, too F***up because of APP or, trying to stick it to BP?

      • Big Drop

        Honestly , it is because there are now a half dozen destinations at RTC West where you can park, close your door and walk directly into the restaurant.

        Town Center, with the App and no kiosk for on street parking is just no longer worth a stop-for lunch, dinner or shopping.

        • Big Drop

          I want to add this: I really don’t care about paying to park. I just don’t want the hassle. Give me a meter or a kiosk that accepts credit cards. I do not want to mess with a phone.

          Ludicrous to walk through Town Center and see people standing outside of their cars for three, four, five minutes playing with their phone.

          They’ll go to RTC West next time or Vienna or One Loudoun or anywhere else.

        • FLEABttn

          If you’re there for dinner, none of the parking is paid.

          • Stop Virginia

            Try parking on the street, and see how soon a Boston Property revenue collector will come “ticket” your car.

            FYI the corporate park that is rtc is private property. They can’t enforce those parking fines if you never return…. Don’t support them!

          • vdiv

            Why would I want to park on the street if the garage is free?

    • Peanut

      you won’t be missed

      • 30yearsinreston

        Got a promotion from your intern job at BPX yet ?


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