Pizzeria Pronto Assembly

You’ve just brought your new Pizzeria Pronto Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven home, and now it’s time to take it out of the box. What do you do next? Cory, the lead designer of the Pizzeria Pronto, walks you through the complete, start-to-finish assembly of your outdoor pizza oven. Assembly is fast and easy; all you need to get started are 20 minutes and a Phillips head screwdriver! You’ll have hot, fresh, homemade pizza in just 5 minutes once your Pizzeria Pronto is up and running!


Hello, I’m Cory, I’m the designer of the Pizzeria Pronto®. You just brought it home, and today I am going to walk you through setting up so you know what to do with it. Now that you’ve had your oven unboxed, it’s a good idea to make sure you have all the parts. There’s a manual and a registration card, two baking stones, gas inlet assembly, rain cover, oven body, four legs, leg hardware, gas assembly hardware, knob, hood, and you’ll need to provide your own Phillips screwdriver. So before we start assembly, I want to remind you that you need to remove the safety caps on the oven body that protect it during shipping, and also not to touch the starter mechanism, which is calibrated at the factory to make sure the oven starts easily. Step one is to insert the legs. The easiest thing to do is flip it on its side, and we’re going to insert each leg. And then we’re going to hand-tighten each screw, taking the time to turn each leg so that the hole lines up, and then I’m going to wait to tighten this down until we have it on a flat surface. So now I’m gonna turn it back onto the flat surface and use the screwdriver to tighten it down. Now that we have legs secured on a flat surface, we’re going to insert the gas inlet assembly. The best way to do that is to turn it back over upside down. Then take this spindle end of the gas insert assembly and insert it in through this hole and then we’re gonna take three small screws, one here and here into the face of the valve, and then one here on the back support. Now that those are secure, we’re going to take the starter wire and we’re going to insert it onto the starter post, just push it on. Now we can take the knob and line up the flat part of the spindle with the flat part of the knob, push it on, and we’re ready to go. Now that we have the gas inlet pipe assembled we’re ready to put the stones in. We’re gonna take the first stone which is the completely flat stone, and we’re gonna rest it onto the tabs in the center of the oven. The second stone, the stone with the teeth, that’s gonna go teeth down, centered right on top of the first stone. Now that we have the stones in place, we’re going to put the hood on. There’s a back tab that you want to align to the back and have it fit inside the body and then these two front tabs will rock forward and drop in right behind the body edge, and she push it down and you’re going to make sure you have a good seal around the back, and there you go. Now that we have the oven assembled we need to attach the gas line to a standard propane tank and I’m just going to hand-tighten it until it’s snug and now we’re ready to light it. Now that gas line is attached, we’re ready to light the oven. You wanna push and turn, hear it click, and I just heard the flame light. And then look through this flame observation hole to make sure that the flame is lit. And you’re gonna preheat for 10 to 15 minutes, then put your first pizza in. We do recommend that you bring the oven inside after it’s cooled down and you’ve disconnected the gas, however if you’re unable to do that, we have a rain cover that snaps onto top and prevents water from entering the oven. If you have any questions, please consult your manual on how to assemble your Pizzeria Pronto. Good luck with all your wonderful pizzas on the Pizzeria Pronto.