Monza

451 King ST

Charleston, SC 29403

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Phone: (843) 720-8787

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Monza

Monza's dough is made using imported San Felice wheat flour, natural Neapolitan yeast, filtered and pH balanced water then kneaded with a mixer imported from Naples. The pizza is baked in a wood fired oven at 1000 degrees resulting in a thin crispy crust, topped with fiore di latte mozzarella, and fresh local and regional ingredients whenever possible.

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