Fuoco di Napoli takes after Antico Pizza with the not-quite-finished feel to the place, the Italian sodas, the fire-breathing wood-burning oven, the by-the-books "vera pizza Napoletana." It also has Antico's most celebrated former pizzaiolo, Enrico Liberato, manning the oven, working the dough, and training the staff. And while Fuoco may not have the accidental charm and pulsing energy of its precursor a few miles south, it does have one thing Antico can't claim — perhaps the best pizza margherita in Atlanta. With food this good, scattered service and vaguely anywhere-ish atmosphere don't seem to matter so much. Full review here.