a few words about us


OPEN DAILY at 11:30am

Fire Works Pizza accommodates diners on a first come first serve basis.

We are unable to take reservations and we do not utilize call ahead seating.

About Fire Works Pizza

Fire Works strives each day to offer its guests the best creations possible, from the best ingredients available. Together, with the help of our local producers, we hope to have everyone leave happy; from the meat lovers to the tree huggers. Our neighborhood farmers are up early each morning picking the freshest deliciousness for your salads, pizzas, and sandwiches. So the dew doesn’t have time to dry before a perfectly crafted pizza is rising to form in our 700 degree wood-fired oven.

Wondering what you are going to wash it all down with? Worry not. We have 12 beers on tap, with breweries such as Stone, Founders, and local favorites always flowing freely. Not to mention over 80 beers in bottle to back them up. In addition to our brews, our sommelier Marko Carreiro has put together a list to draw praise from. Marko has shown through the list his great love and knowledge for wines the world over, as well as a burgeoning respect for Virginia wines as well.

So, if you’re taking your one and only out for a special evening, or piling the whole family into the van, Fire Works will always be there for you. Come sit out on our deck, or snuggle up to the bar and find a friend…Because you always have a friend at Fire Works!

On the Map


We are located at the intersection of Loudoun and Harrison streets in south east Leesburg across from the Loudoun County government building. We are 35 yards north of Tuscarora Mill Restaurant at the northern edge of Market Station.


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  • «Fire Works, in Leesburg's Market Station complex, has put the Italian back in pizza and, along the way, put the train-station feel back in the town's former freight depot. Both endeavors are stunning successes.» Read Full Article » Washington Post
  • «The best things about the free-form pies at this Loudoun County pizzeria—owned by the same folks behind the neighboring Modern American restaurant Tuscarora Mill—are the high-quality toppings: locally grown veggies, nitrate-free pepperoni and prosciutto, sausage made from Virginia lamb, Mahon cheese. The beers, a mix of Belgian ales and New England porters, are as carefully sourced as the ingredients.» Read Full Article » Washingtonian Magazine
  • «(Co-owners and brothers Kevin and Shawn Malone) turned a historic freight depot into a family oriented neighborhood pizzeria that serves delicious eats with mostly local, organically grown ingredients and great tasting microbrews...» Read Full Article » Lifestyles For Modern Moms