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Title: Replacement for a pizza party
Post by: Reefkeep on November 30, 2020, 02:12:14 PM
Hey folks, Iím in search of a replacement for a large 70 x 70 pizza party.  Iím located in the US and apparently they are not longer an option. 

I need something around the same or larger size.  I would prefer the option to use both gas and wood.  Any suggestions?
Title: Re: Replacement for a pizza party
Post by: JeffShoaf on November 30, 2020, 06:23:19 PM
I have a natural gas Pizza Party Passione listed for sale in the "for sale" forum... It's easily switchable to wood.
Title: Re: Replacement for a pizza party
Post by: Reefkeep on November 30, 2020, 10:33:26 PM
Jeff, thatís a deal and a half but Iím looking for new and something that I can get replacement parts if and when needed.
Title: Re: Replacement for a pizza party
Post by: 02ebz06 on December 01, 2020, 12:13:56 PM
Check this out:

https://authenticpizzaovens.com/collections/modern

Looks a lot like Pizza Party and they have one that is a little larger I believe.
Ships from Houston, TX

EDIT: Doesn't look like it has gas option.  You might inquire.
Title: Re: Replacement for a pizza party
Post by: amolapizza on December 01, 2020, 01:00:05 PM
FWIW, these are well regarded in Italy, though I've never used one myself!

They are available on the US market and can be bought for wood/gas operation.  AFAIK they are constructed from a refractory cement and are not built the same way as a traditional brick oven.  I have a friend who baked 45 second pizza in it (with some difficulty as the bottom tended to bake too fast at those temps).  I'd really like to get one myself, but seeing the price and weather where I live..

https://ziociro.com/
Title: Re: Replacement for a pizza party
Post by: DoReiMe on June 23, 2021, 12:03:23 PM
I have a natural gas Pizza Party Passione listed for sale in the "for sale" forum... It's easily switchable to wood.

Do you still have it available? It is natural gas correct, not propane option?