America’s Coolest Pizza Ovens

The ultimate pizza ovens are built by hand, reach astounding temperatures, retain heat, and, as a bonus, look fantastic. Here, tricked...

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Eataly; New York City

A partnership with the Naples-based restaurant chain Rossopomodoro, La Pizza at Mario Batali’s sprawling Italian market uses a fornodoro (golden oven) designed by the Italian artist-architect-designer Riccardo Dalisi. The wood-fired oven, which is kept at a constant temperature of 800 degrees, has a cooking surface made from volcanic stone that originated near Mount Vesuvius. The oven bakes six pizzas at once; the pies are available adorned with classic Italian toppings like quality anchovies, fresh mozzarella and house-made sausage. Must try: The umami-packed Capricciosa, topped with mozzarella, mushrooms, prosciutto cotto, artichokes, tomato sauce and olives.

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