What is a Wood-Fired Pizza?

Many shops boast about their wood-fired pizza, and for good reason. Wood-fired ovens achieve high temperatures lightning quick, cooking pizzas to perfection in a matter of seconds.

The heat of a wood-fired oven crisps the outside of the pizza’s crust and seals off any moisture within the dough. After cooking, chefs bless the crust, sauce, and cheese with a drizzle of high-quality olive oil before serving. The end result is a pillowy, chewy, and flavorful bite that will keep you coming back for more.

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Wood Fired Pizza in New York

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Wood Fired Pizza in Chicago

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Wood Fired Pizza in Brooklyn

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FAQ

Q: 🍕Why are wood-fired ovens used to make Neapolitan pizza?

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Q: 🍕What types of wood are used in wood-fired ovens?

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Q: 🍕Where can I find wood-fired pizza near me?

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