The delicious smell of authentic Italian food wafts through the air as you walk to your table, and it doesn’t take long before they bring out an arrayed sampling from Fuoco’s Napoletana-style pizza production.
The authentic Italian food at Fuoco Pizza will bring a taste of home to your mouth. Known for their Napoletana pizza production, guests can enjoy fresh dough with toppings that are perfect in every way.
When you think of authentic pizza, your mind probably turns to a greasy cardboard box covered in tomatoes and cheese. But the moment Fuoco Pizza came onto our radar; it became clear that this was no ordinary slice! The name “Fuoché” means “fire” in Italian which led them to be given their moniker because all ingredients, including wheat dough, are cooked over open fires before being shipped off for storage or sold fresh at one’s location – never cold like most other chains offer theirs (which would quickly spoil). They also use hardwood charcoal rather than gas cookers.
The name Fuoco Pizza means “fire” in Italy, and it was given to this restaurant because of how their pizzas are produced using a traditional wood-fired oven.
There are uncountable unique features that make the pizza from Fuoco different than any other. The ovens, which were designed by artisan Stefano Ferrara and built according to ancient recipes with wood-fired heat, emit about 1000 degrees Fahrenheit (540 Celsius), perfect for producing some tasty cuisine.
Situated at 101 N Harbor Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92832, United States, Fuoco Pizza is a family-owned pizzeria that has been in operation for over 50 years. They offer classic Italian dishes like calzone, antipasti, and Insulate with different handmade pizzas as well as delicious desserts.
If you love authentic Italian cuisine, then Fuoco Pizza is the place for your next meal. The menu features all of our favorite pizza classics like calzone and antipasti, as well as several delicious traditional desserts that will have visitors wondering why they ever ate anything else.
When you visit Fullerton, make sure to stop by Fuoco Pizza for their delicious pizza. You’ll love all of the toppings and smells that will be coming out from this Italian house restaurant. On Mondays, they have a special Margarita menu; meanwhile, on Wednesdays, there are half-price wine bottles available too, so grab some vino before it’s gone.
What’s better than a delicious slice of pizza? A piping hot, mouthwatering Napoletana style pie from Fuoco Pizza. With an authentic taste that brings Italy to town and steady hands on deck for your orders- it doesn’t get much more perfect.