Campo de' Fiori, the four year-old pizzeria on the corner of Fifth and Berkeley that specialized in Roman-style pizza ala pala, appears to have closed for good. The restaurant has been entirely cleared out, and a worker inside the space confirmed that it won't be re-opening. Many thanks to a tipster for sending the above photo of the work in progress.
Owner Andrea Dal Monte spent 15 years perfecting his dough recipe, and the unique pizzas were characterized by their square shape, light and crisp crust, and tasty toppings like the bacon and pecorino on their popular Matriciana. It had trouble finding its niche, however, and was never exactly packed, even though it was able to stick around for four years.
I've reached out to Dal Monte for details, and will update if I hear back.