A Neapolitan pizza place plans to open a new location in the Mosaic District.
Pupatella, a local Italian pizza chain, put up signage announcing their new location at 140 Penny Lane, adjacent to Penny Lane Park.
The restaurant chain was founded in 2007 by Enzo Algarme, whose craving for authentic and homemade pizza inspired him to open his own pizzeria, according to the pizza chain’s website.
The menu offers customers a variety of pizza options, including traditional fried Italian food, salads, wine, dessert and coffee.
Tysons Reporter reached out for more information and is waiting to hear back.
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