Unconfirmed Reports: Tuscany Pizza Cafe is closing

TuscanySay it ain’t so

Update, 8:30 pm: Vox can confirm that Tuscany was closed today. No sign on the door, no one coming to answer the door, and still not answering their phone. Vox will keep on this story to find out if the popular establishment is closing for good, and, potentially, why.

Original Post: Earlier today, several people sent in reports to Vox saying that Tuscany Pizza Cafe, a Georgetown favorite, will be closing for business. Unfortunately, Vox hasn’t been able to confirm any of the reports yet. Calls to the restaurant haven’t been picked up (which may be a bad sign in itself), and there doesn’t seem to be any news source reporting the story. Vox will send a reporter down to the store’s Prospect St. location later today.

If you can provide any information to Vox, email me at cdj29@georgetown.edu.

Additional reporting by Lucia He

Photo: Lucia He/Georgetown Voice

9 Comments on “Unconfirmed Reports: Tuscany Pizza Cafe is closing

  1.  by  That's not parmesan cheese

    Where am I supposed to get my cocaine from now?

  2.  by  RIPtus-canny

    Sayjalol, the man who ran the counter most nights, has confirmed this terrible news is indeed true.

  3.  by  Smiley

    love the catastrophe tag, very appropriate.

  4.  by  Jacques

    That’s sad, I guess, but Tuscany never held a candle to the former inhabitant, Chu’s Cafe, which featured some of the most delicious–and cheap–Chinese food around. Mr. and Mrs. Chu used to have delivery service, but once their delivery guy (and also son) went to college, they never got around to hiring another delivery guy and became takeout only.

  5.  by  PHILLYS GO GO GO

    PHILLY P’S, GET BACK IN THE RING. THE COLLEGE PIZZA MARKET NEEDS YOU. NOW’S YOUR CHANCE. TAKE IT.

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