5.Ate Café: A Closer Look

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"The kitchen centers around a small gas-fired stone deck oven, and the pizzas it turns out show real promise. Not quite Neapolitan style, the pies boast a slightly puffy crown surrounding an otherwise thin crust. A quick-ish turn through the stone oven renders the bottom crust crisp and charred in spots. A pleasantly yeasty flavor and a slightly chewy interior texture are offset by the blistery bubbles that bloom on the perimeter, dappled and shattering as you pull the pie apart." Find out more about 5.Ate Café in our review, "Nestled Inside a Climbing Gym, 5.Ate Café Is Serious in Its Intentions." PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS.