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Coals Restaurant Review: The tried and true traditional pizza lover may balk at the pie-producing methods at this Port Chester restaurant. But loyal diners come for the unique texture of the crusts, which is a result of whole-wheat and cornmeal rolled into the dough that’s then hand-stretched and cooked using a gas-heated grill. Try a "smokey joe" with fontinella, smoked mozzarella, tomato, pecorino, sweet coppa and red onion. Non-pie options include appetizers and soup of the day. Start with crispy Brussels sprouts with walnuts, raisins and grana padano, or share spicy grilled wings. Wash it all down with a number of seasonal brews from local breweries available by the bottle and on tap. Originally hailing from the Bronx, Coals boasts a décor that may be less than subtle yet undeniably memorable. With a mix of kitsch and campy memorabilia, the setting, like the menu, is unique with a flavor all its own.