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Play dough: 4 Atlanta pizzerias that keep kids occupied

Patrizio Alaia of Mozza Bella will help young guests shape a bit of dough, and then he'll bake it for them. Courtesy of Mozza Bella

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Patrizio Alaia of Mozza Bella will help young guests shape a bit of dough, and then he'll bake it for them. Courtesy of Mozza Bella

There are a few pizzerias in Atlanta that go the extra mile to entertain children.

Amalfi

The 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.com

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Mozza Bella

When 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.com

Blue Moon Pizza

The staff will bring young diners a dough ball for stretching and shaping, and then will pop it into the oven.

Multiple locations, bluemoonpizza.com

Vingenzo’s

If 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.net

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