Pizza and a movie. Pizza and beer. Pizza party! Thin crust, Chicago-style, pineapple lovers, pineapple haters, and everything in between. 🍕🍕🍕 And today I wanted to share some of my local favorites!
One of my absolute favorites right on Larchmont Boulevard is Village Pizzeria. A Brooklyn transplant by way of San Francisco opened Village Pizzeria in the late 90s in Hancock Park. They make fresh dough daily as well as their own sausage, meatballs, marinara sauce, and balsamic & Italian dressing. And they use only fresh cut produce.
Read our earlier blog post about Village Pizzeria here.
On Melrose and Highland is Pizzeria Mozza which is co-owned by Nancy Silverton who also owns Osteria Mozza, Mozza2Go and chi Spacca.
PIZZERIA MOZZA ISN’T JUST A RESTAURANT. IT’S AN ACTION FILM, A MASTER CLASS IN THE ART OF MAKING PIZZA, A TRIP THROUGH ITALY’S WINE REGIONS AND A MAGNET FOR A DIVERSE CROWD OF HUNGRY DINERS ONLY LOS ANGELES COULD MUSTER.Los Angeles Times
A little more east on Wilshire and La Brea is Apollonia’s Pizzeria which opened in 2012 in Miracle Mile.
Heavy is the head that wears the cheese crown. And heavy is the stomach that consumes it. But that heaviness is the most delightful, delicious weight imaginable: so much so that you’ll wonder how you ever managed without so much cheese lace in your life.
Apollonia’s Pizzeria opened in 2012 but is getting a second wind these days, buoyed by a square slice that owner Justin De Leon introduced to the menu last year. The airy, almost foccacia-like base, light on the cheese and dabbed with a satisfying amount of bright, tangy tomato sauce, falls somewhere between the classic Detroit-style slice and the pan pizza found at Burt’s Place or Pequod’s in Chicago.Los Angeles Times
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