You'll Love A Visit To This Coal-Fired Pizza Oven In West Virginia
There are plenty of great places around West Virginia to grab a pizza, but this one is extra special… it’s the Mountain State’s only independent coal-fired pizzeria. Take a look at these delicious pie, and you’ll want to stop in to try a taste of this unique cooking method.
Mia Margherita is the first and only independent coal-fired pizzeria in West Virginia.
The unique flavor of the pizza is created by baking them quickly in a 1000 degree oven heated by domestic Anthracite coal.
The coal is clean-burning and produces almost zero smoke, but the high heat creates a pizza with a slightly charred crust.
The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere for enjoying your pies.
Or you can eat the pizza outside on the porch, or get it to go.
Try a classic Mia Margherita pizza, similar to the very first coal-fired pizzas baked in America.
It has San Marzano plum tomato sauce, olive oil, fresh basil, fresh mozzarella, and house-made pesto.
Or get creative with something like the The II Fico.
This pie has mozzarella, provolone, and fontina topped with shaved prosciutto, arugula, plump figs, fig puree, balsamic and gorgonzola.
also offers other interesting culinary delights, like their popular Italian herb and lemoncello marinade wings.
The wings are also roasted in the coal oven.
Finish off your meal with some Italian-inspired desserts!
These sweet treats will make you want to keep coming back.
Mia Margherita Coal Fired Pizzeria is located at 139 Conference Center Way, Ste 137, Bridgeport, West Virginia.
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