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The Capital Collection
Washington, D.C., has become a hotbed for Fast Casual 2.0 innovation. Take a tour of the city’s top concepts to find out what makes them tick.
In these days of stiff competition, limited-service brands must stand out from the crowd. Here are six innovative brands doing just that.
Ones to Watch: &pizza
Premium ingredients and distinctive flavor profiles create a progressive pie at this D.C. eatery.
Meet Your Future Leaders
Millennial consumers may be affecting foodservice trends with their purchasing behavior, but these Millennial business leaders, all under 35, are really going to shake things up.
The Good Neighbor
Giving back to the community takes more than a financial investment.
Learn More About Fast Casual 2.0 at the NRA Show
There’s no doubt that the fast-casual industry is the most exciting restaurant category today.
&pizza Adds Fall Flavors to the Menu
&pizza, the first Washington, D.C.–based fast-casual pizza company, known for its trademark ampersand, gourmet handmade pies, inventive flavor com...
D.C. Pizza Upstart &pizza Nets $10M Investment for Growth
&pizza, a Washington, D.C.–based company known for its trademark ampersand, gourmet handmade pizzas, inventive flavour combinations, localized sto...
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