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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. Want a perfect wood-fired pizza near you? Find it on Slice.

Wood Fired Pizza in New York


Mimmo Cucina Italiana

4.3(27)

1690 York Ave

New York, NY 10128

Closed
Free Delivery
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Waldy's Wood Fired Pizza & Penne

4.6(223)

800 6th Ave

New York, NY 10001

Open Now
Free Delivery
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5% Off Online

Adoro Lei

4.6(7)

287 Hudson St

New York, NY 10013

Open Now
Free Delivery
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Capizzi

4.3(23)

547 9th Ave

New York, NY 10018

Open Now
Free Delivery
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AOA Bar & Grill

4.4(8)

35 Ave of the Americas

New York, NY 10013

Open Now
Free Delivery
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Wood Fired Pizza in Chicago


Legno By Suparossa

4.6(73)

4250 N Central Ave

Chicago, IL 60634

Open Now
$2.95 Delivery
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5% Off Online

La Vecchia Trattoria

New

7419 W Irving Park Rd

Chicago, IL 60634

Open Now
$2.00 Delivery
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15% Off Online

Flamin' Pies

4.8(11)

3477 N Broadway St

Chicago, IL 60657

Open Now
Free - $5.00 Delivery
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15% Off Online

Flamin' Pies

New

3349 N Sheffield Ave

Chicago, IL 60657

Open Now
$1.50 - $4.00 Delivery
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5% Off Online

Pi Hi Cafe

3.9(8)

3539 N Western Ave

Chicago, IL 60618

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$3.00 Delivery
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FAQ

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

A: Wood-fired ovens are ideal for making Neapolitan pizza because of their ability to reach and maintain exceptionally high temperatures. When set to roughly 900 degrees Fahrenheit, wood-fired ovens cook the Neapolitan crust at roughly 600 degrees while the toppings are baked at just above 200 degrees. The end result is a crust with an ideal crunch/chew ratio and toppings that retain their moisture, without burning.

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

A: Wood-fired ovens are often powered by oak, which can be easily found for sale in most areas. However, other hot-burning woods such as beech, birch, maple, and ash are also used to fire ovens.

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

A: You might not know it, but there are tons of shops offering wood-fired pizza near you. To find and order the best wood-fired pizza in your area, download the Slice app for iPhone or Android.

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