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james 10-10-2007 10:56 AM

Forno Bravo DC
 
We are happy to announce the opening of Forno Bravo DC. Dave Konstantin, a pizza lover, amateur chef and pro landscaping lighting designer has started representing Forno Bravo in Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC. He has an FB oven on display and is set up to do demo's and cooking classes. Dave can also help you coordinate installation, and will manage the process, and he is available for catering and lessons at your house, in your FB oven.

For more background, you can read about FB DC here:

http://www.fornobravo.com/company/fb_dc.html

You can contact Dave here:

Dave Konstantin
5835 26th St., N.
Arlington, VA 22207
(703) 536-3513
dave at fornobravo.com

This is really exciting, and we look forward to helping lots of folks enjoy a wood-fired oven around our nation's capital.

As an aside, we considered relocating to Northern VA last year, and did school visits and housing hunting in McLean and Great Falls. It's a beautiful area.

James

seemunkee 03-08-2008 02:57 PM

Re: Forno Bravo DC
 
Hi Dave,
Wow, I join and the first thread I find is from someone right around the corner. I'm across the river in Olney and looking to build my first oven. I'll be in touch off line.

jv17 07-30-2008 08:24 PM

Re: Forno Bravo DC
 
this one is exciting do you have an another branch in California?

Hops099 08-28-2008 09:15 AM

Re: Forno Bravo DC
 
Hi Dave,

Good to know there's a FB rep in the neighborhood. Would love to install a backyard brick oven, but our home is a designated historical property... getting anything modified externally is tough.

Anyway, I'm with seemunkee... while I was posting my intro, it appears that FB DC was announced. Wierd!

Modthyrth 08-28-2008 09:31 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Hops099 (Post 40137)
Good to know there's a FB rep in the neighborhood. Would love to install a backyard brick oven, but our home is a designated historical property... getting anything modified externally is tough.

What's more historical and authentic than a wood-fired oven?? It's all about how you present it to the approval committee. ;-)

exceloven 11-14-2008 06:45 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by jv17 (Post 38178)
this one is exciting do you have an another branch in California?

Yeah - I'd like to find one close to home too. I want mine to be authentic


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