From Our Editors
There are many ways to craft a pizza, but few chefs are as exacting as those at Providence Coal Fired Pizza. There they make sure that the oven stays at a temperature of 900 degrees—hotter than traditional or wood-burning ovens—to sear in the flavors of the local ingredients and ensure a crispy, consistent texture. From the oven's balmy depths emerge a wide range of pies, including minimalistic margherita pizzas, meatball pizzas, and crispy discs smothered in fingerling potatoes and local clams. Chefs also dish out salads, coal-fired wings, and hummus to complement their stable of pizzas.
An extensive beer, wine, and cocktail menu accompanies Providence Coal Fired Pizza's alimentary offerings. With soft lights and chic, burnt-orange walls, guests can relax as they tuck into pizzas and tipple beverages.
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