There are a few pizzerias in Atlanta that go the extra mile to entertain children.AmalfiThe dough room is encased in glass, so that kids of all ages can watch the process. Ask, and they will bring a ball of dough for tiny pizzaioli to practice.17 Andrew Young International Blvd. NE, Atlanta. 404-228-7528, amalfiatl.comExploreFirst Look: Amalfi Cucina + Mercato is evolving in BuckheadMozza BellaWhen partner Patrizio Alaia isn’t busy at this food stall, he not only will offer kids a bit of dough, but he also will help them shape and bake it.1235 Chattahoochee Ave. NW, Atlanta. 404-268-3317, mozzabellaatlanta.comBlue Moon PizzaThe staff will bring young diners a dough ball for stretching and shaping, and then will pop it into the oven.Multiple locations, bluemoonpizza.comVingenzo’sIf railroad tracks and a small park nearby aren’t enough of a draw, chef Michael Bologna also will bring little diners a ball of dough to shape and bake.105 E. Main St., Woodstock. 770-924-9133, vingenzos.netPizza in AtlantaThe Spring Dining Guide from The Atlanta Journal Constitution is devoted to the best pizza pies, pizza places and pizza makers in metro Atlanta.AJC Dining Guide: 2022 Pizza edition15 classic pizzas to try in metro AtlantaMeet the pizzaioli of Atlanta6 Atlanta pizza parlors that have stood the test of time15 new places to try pizza in AtlantaFor an original bite of Atlanta, try a pop-up pizzeria5 places to try pizza by the slice5 pan pizzas to try in metro AtlantaSave room for these desserts from five Atlanta pizzeriasIn metro Atlanta, you’ll find pizza with flavors from around the worldTry these spots for gluten-free pizza in metro AtlantaWhere to find vegan pizza in metro Atlanta6 other ways to enjoy pizza dough and garlicPlay dough: 4 Atlanta pizzerias that keep kids occupiedSign up for the AJC Food and Dining NewsletterRead more stories like this by liking Atlanta Restaurant Scene on Facebook, following @ATLDiningNews on Twitter and @ajcdining on Instagram.About the AuthorAngela HansbergerAngela Hansberger is a freelance food, spirits, & culture writer who has written for Bon Appetit, Atlanta Magazine, Audubon, and is a contributing writer for the AJC.