Today, cooking enthusiasts want a full outdoor living experience. This Chicago Brick Oven 750 Pizza Oven Cart Model will become the centerpiece for creating wood fired pizzas and much more! It's the showpiece and gathering place for friends and famil...See All Product Details
Today, cooking enthusiasts want a full outdoor living experience. This Chicago Brick Oven 750 Pizza Oven Cart Model will become the centerpiece for creating wood fired pizzas and much more! It's the showpiece and gathering place for friends and family to savor meals prepared to their flavorful best.
The classic design of the Chicago Brick Oven 750 Pizza Oven Cart Model takes outdoor living and entertaining to a whole new level. Made of a high-tech composite, this unit reduces oven heat-up time from two to three hours to about 30 minutes and has excellent heat holding characteristics. This mobile oven features a high-strength, custom-built cart with weather-resistant, heavy-duty casters to ensure peak operating performance and results. The perfect complement to an existing grill or patio, this unit is available in a variety of colors and textures to match any backyard décor or style.
- Height to stack = 82 inch
- Height to top = 56.5 inch
- Height of cart = 36 inch
- Width of cart = 35.5 inch
- Oven has a three-piece design (arch, hearth, and dome)
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- Type: Mobile
- Fuel Type: Wood
- Construction: Refractory Cement | Stainless Steel Fibers
- Overall Width: 35 1/2"
- Overall Depth: 40"
- Overall Height: 82"
- Certification: NSF Rated | UL Listed
- Opening Width: 17"
- Opening Height: 9 1/4"
- Cooking Width/Diameter: 27 1/2"
- Cooking Depth: 39"
- Internal Height: 12 1/2"
- Finish: Copper Vein
- Insulation Thickness: 3"
- Clearance to Combustibles: 10" to Sides | 18" to Ceiling | 30" from Door
- Item Weight: 700 lbs.
Great fun, worth the investment! Hope it winters well in New England
for serious bakers who have time to tend a fire
There is a lot of trial and error in learning how to use this oven, especially if you want to do more than bake pizza. How big a fire to build, how long it takes to get to temperature, how long it takes to cool to the temp you want, etc., all have to be figured out as instructions are pretty limited. I highly recommend getting an infrared thermometer. We bought it primarily to bake bread. We didn't understand how vital the insulating door was for that process, so had to place a second order for the door after an unsuccessful bread run when the oven cooled too quickly. It also wasn't clear how the insulating door fits in the oven and it took a phone call to the manufacturer to discover how the door has to be angled into the oven opening and set several inches in past the outer door. It was probably with our 4th batch of bread that we had success and got a wonderful, hearty crust any artisan baker could be proud of. A big plus is that it was delivered fully assembled on a pallet. It's incredibly heavy, but the pallet had a built-in ramp so we could ease the oven into position. Our conclusion is that we're glad we bought it and we expect years of great bread and pizza out of it.
Chicago Brick Oven 750
I think this will be a good oven if I am ever able to use it. First off, the company that delivered the oven scratched up the nearly brand new $2500 epoxy floor in my garage when the unit came delivered on broken pallet with exposed nails. Once I placed the unit in the backyard and went through the initial curing I noticed the hearth surface had become very rough and porous just from a light brushing with the wire brush supplied. After contacting CBO directly and sending pictures of the hearth it was determined that they would send a new hearth for me to install. That seemed as if it would be a simple process however it took nearly 2 weeks for the new hearth to arrive (less the high temp mortar that was supposed to ship with it). The hearth has now been successfully installed however I am still waiting on the mortar to arrive in order to complete the job. I did go to several hardware stores to purchase it directly however what they carried was not the right color and did not look to be the same type of mortar that I had to chip away from the old hearth in order to remove it. At this point I am not sure when the oven will be in service however it at least looks pretty good sitting there in the backyard.