Gofresh, you’ve lost that lovin’ feelin’

If you haven’t heard, the former Philly Pizza & Grill reopened about a month ago as Gofresh, “Where healthy meals meets delicious taste.” Yesterday, Vox decided to go see what the new restaurant was like. I am sorry I did. From the sidewalk, one can still read “Philly Pizza & Grill” under the black paint covering […]

Philly Pizza to rename itself Go Fresh, stop selling pizza

We’ve got bad news if you expected to taste ranch-drenched Philly Pizza anytime soon. Hell, we’ve got bad news if you expected Philly Pizza to reopen. According to a final consent order issued by the D.C. Department of Regulatory and Consumer Affairs, the restaurant will reopen as Go Fresh, a prepared food shop that bares […]

DCRA grants Philly P’s new certificate of occupancy

Yesterday, the Georgetown Dish broke the news that the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs granted Philadelphia Pizza Company a new certificate of occupancy in late September. In an email to the Dish, DRCA Director Linda Argo confirmed the ranch-and-pizza hawker’s phoenix-like revival. “The owners have altered the interior of the property and replaced […]

Prefrosh Preview: Off-campus news you can use

Just like last year, Vox has compiled a guide to “news you can use”, or in other words, an excessively comprehensive review of last year’s important news stories. Today, we cover the off-campus issues that made headlines. Georgetown’s 2010 Campus Plan Every ten years, the University has to submit a campus plan to the D.C. […]

Philly Pizza begins construction, aims to reopen

Georgetown’s favorite pizza place is trying to come back—again. Philly Pizza & Grill, which D.C. Attorney General Peter Nickles once compared to a brothel, recently filed a demolition permit with the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) for its Potomac Street location. However, don’t start dreaming of late-night, ranch-drenched pizza just yet. According […]