Grab a Pie Hot From the Lava-Rock Oven at 90 Second Pizza

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90 Second Pizza's oven sits at the heart of the kitchen, and it really is the centerpiece of the entire restaurant. It features a slab of volcanic lava rock imported from Vesuvio, Italy that retains heat better than other materials, which keeps the oven at a scorching 900 degrees—and that's how the chef bakes your pizza so quickly, in just 90 seconds.

The dough, however, takes much longer to make — more than two days, in fact. The process allows ample time for the dough to rise so that it's ready when you order. If you're craving a classic pie, you can't go wrong with the margherita, layered with San Marzano tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and fresh basil. For a more substantial slice, try the Meat Lovers pizza with ham, pepperoni, and sausage on top. You can also skip the sauce and order the Pizza Bianca, a white pie with mozzarella cheese, cherry tomatoes, and mushrooms.