Food Review: Flames 231 

This simple, satisfying pizza is a worthy tribute to a lost legend.

Crisscrossed logs fire a pizza oven at the end of a long granite bar. I imagine the flame-licked pit is the furnace of buried Locomotive 231, entombed beneath Jefferson Park, giving an eerie double-meaning to the Richmond Cold Storage Building, which…

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