Sicilian Pizza in Del Ray is still working through the ABC permitting process, but if approved, manager David Turker wants to start delivering pizza and beer.
“Our thinking is: beer and pizza go together,” Turker said. “We’re hoping to add both beer and wine to the menu.”
The restaurant (1504 Mount Vernon Avenue) currently offers traditional and gourmet pizzas well as pasta and panini sandwiches, calzones and more. If they receive their ABC permit, Turker says he hopes to offer beer from local breweries and an international selection of wine.
When that would happen is still unclear. Turker sent in paperwork earlier this year but had to refile last week because some of the other papers were out of date.
Turker estimated it could be a few weeks or a month or two before Sicilian Pizza is able to sell beer and wine, but once it does, he said he hopes to add it to the current pizza delivery service. The restaurant currently offers delivery with a $2 charge and a $15 delivery order minimum.
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