The Chauncinator

The Chauncinator

Brothers Ben and Nick D’Allesandro have only been throwing pies at their funky Elliotborough pizzeria since 2006, but from their following on Bogard Street, you’d think that they’ve been around forever. D’Al’s has one of the city’s best lunch deals hidden on the back of its menu: a small two-topping ’za or a small one-topping personal pie and a generous side salad that will set you back around $7 and change. At least once a week, someone on the CP staff dials up D’Al’s for a few of our favorites, usually the Chauncinator (margherita minus tomatoes, plus double-pepperoni) and the Get Gnarly, a killer white pizza with mozz, blue cheese, basil, and chicken roasted in balsamic vinegar. (They even take orders online.) Great for a quick lunch or an impromptu dinner with friends (plus a few pitchers of cold brew), D’Al’s is a hangout for college kids and loyal locals that carries the pulse of the trendy neighborhood. —Sam Spence Dish (Summer 2015)

Restaurant Details

Neighborhood pizza joint, tucked away on St. Philip St. Good 'za and big salads.

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Hours: Lunch & Dinner
Price: $$
Delivery on entire peninsula. Sun.-Wed: until midnight. Thurs: until 2 a.m. Fri.-Sat: until 3 a.m.

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Happy Hours

Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat 4 pm-7 pm: 10" 1 topping pizza and pint of PBR, $8
16" 1-topping, pitcher of PBR, $18
3-topping calzone, pint of pbr, $8

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