was directed to Haven Pizzeria
in Bethesda, Maryland to see their unique blend of tabletop. Haven
has a unique tabletop , connecting the restaurant to its roots, and proves that "thoughtful" tabletop can be practical
...it needn't be expensive
, it can be used reinforce a restaurant's brand message.
is born out of the what some call the birthplace of American pizza - New Haven, Connecticut, where Frank Pepe started the trend early last century. Haven Pizzeria
in Bethesda has brought the best of New Haven to Maryland, including a simple, practical
tabletop of metal trays from American Metalcraft
....simple, yet heavy "enough"
flatware from Walco
....and appetizers coming out on a small wooden pizza board. The one concession to indulgence being the fine Luigi Bormioli
wine glasses - "Hey, we're in the wine business,"
says owner and operator Mark Bergami.
Sometimes, simpler is better and Haven Pizzeria
keeps it's tabletop simple. But, it is a tabletop that reinforces the brand that Haven Pizzeria
is building. Straightforward, honest food......just like New Haven....with terrific wines. What's not to love about that?
By the way, that much of that straightforward and honest food comes out of the Haven's
incredible ovens! You can check them out in this video ... or, better yet...get over there and try the tomato pies that come from them. We have no doubt you will be impressed.
Talk about differentiating
does it on the table ....and, with the food from their ovens. To learn more about Haven Pizzeria
, go here: http://havenpizzeria.com/