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By Pittsburgh The Tribune-Review
Friday, Feb. 17, 2012
 

Stone Neapolitan Pizzeria, which promises a finished pizza pie in 90 seconds, will occupy starting in April, the lobby level of River Vue Apartments, the former State Office Building, Downtown, being converted into 218 apartments.

Joining Stone Neapolitan in the building in April will be the first tenants for the apartment units, said Millcraft Industries Inc. of Washington, Pa., the developer.

The pizzeria will be baked on Italian imported wood-burning oven and the restaurant will offer dough made fresh daily, house-made fresh mozzarella, Italian deli sandwiches and fresh salads along with wine on draught, bottled beer and Italian sodas. said Rick Werner Jr., founder and owner.

The oven is the center piece of an open kitchen where one can watch pizza-making process in action. Both indoor and patio sitting will be available.

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