- $15 for $30 worth of coal-fired pizza for two or more people
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Providence Coal Fired Pizza
They say that good things come to those who wait. But at Providence Coal Fired Pizza, you don't have to wait long for what are perhaps the most distinctive pizzas in the state. This is because of what's billed as Rhode Island's first and only coal-fired oven, which crisps and chars the pies' air-thin dough over anthracite coals that heat up to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit. There are nearly a dozen specialty pizzas to choose from, with unique toppings such as house-pulled pork and fresh clams shucked daily, though these aren't all that's prepared in the namesake oven. The baked goat-cheese appetizer is, too, as well as crispy wings seasoned with sea salt and rosemary that are said to taste just like roasted chicken.