Tag: Mozzeria

Thumbs Up for Pizza and Small Plates at Deaf-Owned Mozzeria

Thumbs Up for Pizza and Small Plates at Deaf-Owned Mozzeria

| April 23, 2012 | 4 Comments

Video interview (in ASL) with Melody and Russ Stein, of Mozzeria, San Francisco’s first deaf-owned restaurant, highlights not only their traditional and creative pizzas and innovative Italian fare, but the impact of this popular new eatery on their deaf and hearing diners.

Continue Reading

Top Ten 2011 Bay Area Bites Posts

Top Ten 2011 Bay Area Bites Posts

| January 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

The ten most popular posts published on Bay Area Bites in 2011 revealed a year of Occupy protests, parking lot raps, food truck gatherings, vegan and carnivorous comfort food, online cooking school, the opening of the first local deaf-owned restaurant, and food blogger success tips as well as professional hardships.

Continue Reading

Deaf-Owned Mozzeria Shows Signs of Great Pizza Coming to the Mission

Deaf-Owned Mozzeria Shows Signs of Great Pizza Coming to the Mission

| November 28, 2011 | 16 Comments

Mozzeria, a new deaf-owned Italian restaurant, will bring wood fired pizza to the Mission. Owners Melody and Russell Stein have imported a 5000-pound Stefano Ferrara oven from Napoli and will serve pizza, pasta and small plates in their cozy new eatery — where both deaf and hearing patrons can dine comfortably in a mix of vintage and modern styles.

Continue Reading