Anne’s craft pizza chain, located in the heart of the nation’s capital, is opening its doors to the public this Friday in D and D Metro areas.
The Anne’s restaurant is located at 815 Massachusetts Ave., NW, in Washington.
It will be open until 11:59 p.m.
Thursday, when the restaurant will close.
The chain has about 8,000 locations around the country, according to Anne’s website.
The restaurant will offer two signature flavors of its namesake pie, which comes in a variety of flavors, including: chicken, shrimp, goat cheese, and goat cheese topped with roasted garlic.
Anne’s also offers a special chicken pie, known as the Anne’s chicken pie.
It comes in two flavors, a chicken pie with garlic and tomatoes and a tomato and garlic pie with chicken and red peppers.
The brand, which also has the name Anne’s, is known for its “artisanal cheeses, handmade ingredients, and hand-rolled tortillas.”
The brand was founded in 2009 by a couple from Georgia, who became famous for their pies.
The business grew in popularity as Anne’s grew in size and popularity.
In 2019, the brand expanded to the U.S. and Canada.
Anne is based in Maryland.
The Anne’s franchise will continue to operate the original store in Washington, D.c., but Anne’s is also expanding in other areas, including Maryland and Virginia.
Read moreAbout the Anne Family: Anne’s pie company, Anne’s Pizza, was started by two siblings, Ann and Amy, who were raised in Georgia and eventually emigrated to the United States.
The sisters, who are now parents of five children, say they chose to focus on pie because it was their passion and because it would make them feel like they were contributing to a community.
The family’s passion for pie led to Anne and Amy opening Anne’s in Washington in 2017.
The company is located in downtown D. C. and serves a menu of about 10 types of pies, including the famous Anne’s pizza, and the Anne family’s signature pie, the Anne-Inspired Chicken Pie.
Anne has also opened the Anne Pizza & Pasta restaurant in New York City and is in the process of opening another restaurant in Washington D. c.
Anne said he would like to expand his menu in the future.