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Double Zero Napoletana Restaurant Review: Double Zero takes its name from the eponymous soft, light Italian flour that is preferred for making pizze in southern Italy. The mother yeast for the dough was also imported from Italy, along with the two huge wood-burning pizza ovens. Besides pizze, you'll find cured meats and cheeses, salads, small plates, fresh handmade pastas, entrées and desserts. We disliked an overwrought approach to veal sweetbreads, crumbed and very over-fried, then presented with a mishmash of flavors that only further obscured the identity of the meat. More successful were the beef cheeks ravioli. For the pizze and other dishes, visit with friends to abet sharing. A roast pork dish with many side items comes in whole or half portions, and the half will serve two to four people. Desserts seem uninspired, but keeping choices simple is probably the best move, and the cheesecake lets you do just that. You'll find a comprehensive list of southern Italian wines, with most offered by the taste ($3-$7.50), glass ($6-$15) and bottle ($23 and up). In addition, there are a couple of Italian beers.