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ROMAN STYLE

PIZZA

NEW YORK

STYLE PIZZA

NEAPOLITAN STYLE PIZZA

TYPE OF PIZZAS WE SERVE

NEAPOLITAN STYLE PIZZA

Neapolitan pizza, or pizza Napoletana, is a type of pizza that originated in Naples, Italy. This style of pizza is prepared with simple and fresh ingredients: a basic dough, raw tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, and olive oil. Neapolitan pizzas are also cooked at very high temperatures (800 F to 900 F) for no more than 90 seconds.

NEW YORK STYLE PIZZA

New York-style pizza has slices that are large and wide with a thin crust that is foldable yet crispy. It is traditionally topped with tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese, with any extra toppings placed on top of the cheese.

ROMAN STYLE PIZZA

Roman pizza dough tends to have an airy crust made with olive oil, flour, water, yeast, salt, and occasionally a touch of sugar. The addition of oil is the main distinction from Neapolitan dough and it gives the crust more weight, flavor, and a crispy crunch. Roman style pizza is also traditionally square.

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