Leaned about Mia's from the PBS program a month or so ago on pizzarias in DC so we decided to give it a try. No wait for outside tables on a late Saturday afternoon (around 6 pm) in the pleasant courtyard section in front of the restaurant, which was about half full with several families with young children, so the atmosphere was lively and cheerful and very relaxed. We had grilled asparagus to start (it might have been a special), two pizzas, a multi-carni and a Mia's plus meatballs topping. The asparagus was really delicious, although pricey ($7.50 for 9 skinny spears). The pizzas were larger than we expected, like large size personal. Crust not the thinnest, dough a bit more oily (more like Matchbox than 2 Amys), but quite crisp and tasty. Price seems to be slightly higher, no doubt due to the somewhat larger size pies (I would have preferred them to be smaller and cost less – as such had to take half of my pizza home). A good find in Bethesda. Parking on Cordell was a bit tricky – the meters in front of the restaurants on that street all seemed to have some Saturday restrictions that were not so obvious – I was tipped off when I saw the car parked behind me getting a ticket! Much safer to just use the public parking garage next door.
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