Here you will find wood fired pizza ovens made in Italy: the ultimate cooking tool to enjoy together with your family and friends. Browse our selection of fine Italian pizza ovens, get outdoor kitchen design ideas featuring our pizza oven photos and choose the wood fired oven that is right for your home or backyard.

Why choose Los Angeles Ovenworks?

Our wood fired pizza ovens are made of refractory clay, the best material for thermal stability and for ease of installation. The traditional design of our Italian ovens is very energy-efficient, with the floor elements fitted inside the dome walls.

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Our ovens are unmatched in quality - handcrafted in Italy with a keen eye for details. Some of our competitors offer low-quality imitations, which can be difficult to install and may not last a lifetime. Our ovens include a refractory exhaust manifold and commercial grade floors so that you can focus on relaxing with your family and the delights of your gourmet meals, rather than hassles and fixes.

Plus, we offer personal customer service and accountability that is always here for you. With Los Angeles Ovenworks, you won't be working with a vast network of affiliates - you'll have the attention of an individual who cares about your needs.

We ship our wood fired pizza ovens nationwide and they can be easily assembled in your home or backyard. All of our pizza oven kits include a handheld laser thermometer and The Ultimate Wood-fired Oven Book.

Call us at (800) 516-5716 to order your own Italian wood burning oven!

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Frequently asked questions

  • Where are Los Angeles Ovenworks’ wood fired pizza ovens made?

    Our wood fired ovens are handcrafted by artisans on the island of Sardinia, in Italy, and are made from high-quality expanded clay and refractory materials. The careful manufacturing process has earned it the certification, making these ovens a true blend of traditional and modern techniques.  The simple design so popular in Italy — with the curved dome and the floor elements fitting inside the surrounding walls — makes them very energy-efficient.

  • Why are Los Angeles Ovenworks wood fired pizza ovens easier to install than mason built brick ovens?

    The Italians have designed our high-quality wood fired ovens so that they can be assembled on site in order to reduce the hassle, risk, and expense of building a brick pizza oven from scratch. Brick ovens can take a long time to build and require a skilled mason specialized in these projects. In contrast to brick ovens, purchasing a wood fired oven kit from Los Angeles Ovenworks will simplify your building process and allow you to spend more time on the design of your indoor or outdoor kitchen.

  • How long does it take to heat up a wood fired oven?

    Our wood fired ovens take approximately 1 hour to heat up for the smaller to medium size models and 1 hour ½ for the large models.  Once the pizza ovens are hot, they stay so for a long time and you can cook many dishes as the ovens gradually cool down

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Latest news

  • New: Jamie Oliver's Dome60 Now Available in the USA

    We are very excited to offer Jamie Oliver's wood fired oven! He is such a cool guy and we adore his cooking style: simple, fast, tasty. Try Jamie's recipes in your own pizza oven and amaze your friends whether firing up for a quick pizza pie or baking a veritable feast. The Dome60 comes with a metal stand, pizza paddle, brush, and a metal door with thermometer. Read more

  • Our Model 80 Available Also as a Pre-Assembled Oven.

    Made in Italy by merging old-fashioned artisanal methods and the newest technology!
    You can heat it up fast and cook true neapolitan pizzas, bread, meat and much more for your family and friends. This outdoor pizza oven comes with a metal stand and is a great solution for the patio, for a vacation home, or if you plan to move. Read more

  • The World’s Most Irresistible Meals Start With Fire: The Ultimate Wood Fired Oven Book

    Beyond bread and pizza, wood fired ovens embody the old-world lifestyle of a gracious and welcoming home. Join author Anna Carpenter as she shares the warmth of her Italian childhood, where great meals were enjoyed around the fire with family and friends. Read more