ou know a pizzeria means business when its ovens must be installed via crane. It took a serious crew to get Amalfi Pizza's two 6000-pound wood-burning ovens into the second-story restaurant, but all that effort would be a waste if they didn't know how to use them. So the operating partners staged at a pair of legendary Napoli pizzerias to perfect their craft. The pies are traditional, sometimes to the point of obscurity, like with their Carnavale pizza formed in the shape of a star with a ricotta-stuffed crust. It might sound like something dreamed up for Instagram, but it's actually a special occasion pie served in Italy during Easter.
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