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In our continuing series on local restaurant options for the 53rd Annual Wickford Art Festival, I am happy to get to know Bravo Wood Fired Pizza. I am a huge fan of pizza, as is my family. I was very interested in the process so I grabbed some information from their website – www.bravowoodfiredpizza.com. I also discovered that they have gluten free options, which is a huge bonus when a member of your friends and family has a gluten intolerance. Typically, most pizza parlors offer dough that is made with gluten, so having a gluten free solution allows you to enjoy pizza without the physical side effects. Here is some additional information from their website as well as owners Jen and Gregg O’Neill:
Wood Fired Pizza is baked at 800-900 degrees next to a hardwood fire in an Italian brick oven. The dough is specially made for the oven and results in a crispy outside and a soft “fresh bread” inside texture. This is Neapolitan style pizza made in the centuries old traditional way. Most people who taste it for the first time say it is the best tasting pizza they have ever experienced. We also offer a gluten free pizza that is baked in the wood fired oven as well. It is specially formulated to be baked in a high temperature oven and our gluten free customers tell us it is delicious!
– Click here to learn more about the wood fire process.