first time I've ever seen Valoriani ovens finished to look like Neapolitan ovens, kinda interesting.
This could also be the first time Roberto (APN) has certified a pizzeria using a Valoriani oven. I think that aspect is more disappointing than it is interesting.
Nate, I'm sure you're already aware of this, but try and time a bake.
I've had Roberto's burrata- both on pizza and as an app, and it didn't blow me away. It might be cultural conditioning, though. He's also a renowned cheese guy, so perhaps I was expecting too much.
I don't know why they don't offer a plain margherita with bufala. I have no issues with oven roasted tomatoes- I just don't want them on a traditional bufala marg. Nate, special order a plain margherita, but substitute the bufala for the fior di latte (and agree to the $2 additional charge) and... ask them to omit the pecorino. While there's nothing wrong with pecorino on a margherita, for your first pie, I think you should stick to tradition, and, more importantly, pecorino is incredibly easy to overdo. A lot of people mistakenly sprinkle pecorino like reggiano- and it tends to overpower a pizza in that quantity.
Other than that, the soppresata is an upscale pepperoni analog and a crowd pleaser. You definitely want something with meat. If your table is more sausage fans than pepperoni, get the sausage.
A prosciutto and arugula pie is another important Neapolitan standard, imo. I'm sure you're aware of this, but confirm that they don't cook the prosciutto.
If the pesto is made in house, that might be worth getting. If you want to go really crazy, you could take a page out of Starita's book and combine the sausage and pesto in another special order.
Speaking of special orders, whatever you go with, pay the surcharge and get bufala on at least one of the non marg pies- perhaps the prosciutto and arugula.
Everybody always feels obligated to get the Montanara (fried pizza), but it rarely lives up to expectations. You won't be able to fight the urge- but try to temper your expectations
How many people are you going with? If you go with all my recommendations, you might be taking a lot of pizza home with you