I have now been here twice, and I am very pleased I found it. It is at 6th and K Sts, NE easily walkable to the Atlas Performing Arts Center.
This is a unique place in DC. The upstairs is a market where you can order pizzas, salads, calzones and panini. They have wine tastings on Friday nights. Downstairs is set up like a living room where they sell used vinyl. They provide you with a stereo so you can listen to anything you want while you eat. Nice collection of jazz. There is also a piano with sheet music and an organ. They will bring the food down to you while you wait.
I tried a pizza and a calzone, and from a refrigerated case I got a container of marinated watermelon radish.
The pizza I ordered was a pear and prosciutto. Very pleasing, and a good value.
I liked the calzone more, though. It is huge (enough for two) with a surprising pastry-like crust (not the same as the pizza dough) which was a surprise. The filling is dominated by the ricotta with a bit of tang provided by a slight amount of tomato sauce and whatever other filling you select. It comes with one filling, but you can add others. I chose artichoke and ‘smoked pork jowl’ which turned out to be like a chewy bacon.
I recommend asking for the calzone well done.
The watermelon radish was delight. My first time trying it.
Both times I went I had a reason to hang and chill for a while, and this is now my favorite place to do that in the DC area.