#SurfCitySocial: Making Connections Over Delicious Zero Zero Pizza

The first Surf City Social of the year was successfully held on February 8, 2017 at Zero Zero Pizzeria in Downtown Huntington Beach. Part social club, part business mixer, #SurfCitySocial is part of Surf City Family’s new advertising program. The event gathered the movers and shakers of Huntington Beach including business owners, bloggers, and local photographers.

Registration Zero Zero
Checking in at #SurfCitySocial.

Guests feasted on delicious food prepared by Francesco Zaza and his team at Zero Zero. Their pizza is made with organic flour and other ingredients imported from Italy.

Zero Zero Owner Francesco Zaza
Zero Zero Pizzeria owner Francesco Zaza. Photo by Lauren Lloyd.
Old friends gathered at Zero Zero pizzeria. Lauren (Main and PCH), Hunter (ShotHunters) and Dana-Beth (Designs by Dana-Beth, who helped re-design our website!)
Seen in the crowd was Anaheim White House Chef/Owner and philanthropist Sir Bruno Serato – he was just getting a pizza but Surf City Social attendees all gave him their best wishes after the fire that destroyed his restaurant.
Photographer Victoria with Zero Zero owner Carlotta.
Making new friends.
Me (Surf City Family Publisher/Editor) Marcie Taylor and food blogger Priscilla Willis (shescookin.com) Fun Fact: Priscilla and I used to organize the annual HB soiree, back when they were called “Tweetups” a precursor to our Surf City Socials.

Authentic Roman pizzas with ingredients from Italy and organic flour make the pizzas truly unlike any other pizza you’ve tasted in these parts.

Who wants pizza? Photo by Lauren Lloyd
Don’t forget the cannolis!
Do you tiramisu? The coffee-flavoured Italian custard dessert was just so good. Photo by Lauren Lloyd.

Swag bags were filled with goodies from the Taste of Huntington Beach, Del Sol Salon and Stax Cookie Bar.

Thanks to swag bag sponsors — the Taste of Huntington Beach, Del Sol Salon, Stax Cookie Bar and of course, Zero Zero Pizzeria.

A portion of the event proceeds benefited Build Futures, a local non-profit organization. According to Founder Kathy Tillotson: “Our mission is to take homeless 18-24 year-olds off the streets and provide them with stable, safe housing and the services, resources, and support needed to obtain and maintain employment, self-sufficiency and long-term independence.”

Located at 221 Main St., Huntington Beach, between Meleesa the Salon and Starbucks, Zero Zero Pizzeria (formerly Doppio Zero) serves pizza by the slice. They are open daily. Please check their website for their hours of operation.

Save the date for the next Surf City Social: March 29!

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