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Olio Pizzeria

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WHY Pizzas as good as Mozza’s, only less expensive and with less hoopla surrounding them. WHAT Bradford Kent is an obsessive fellow, prone to toss out dough that he feels isn’t just right, and refusing to serve a pizza that is the slightest bit overcooked. Given the tendency toward overly blackened crusts these days, that [...]

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Brownstone Pizzeria

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WHY Huge, floppy New York-style pies and hearty traditional pasta dishes. Eat your pizza quickly—they get soggy if they sit around, and they don’t take home well. WHAT Huge, ultra-thin-crust pizzas are served in a basic storefront setting. The pies and slices can be taken to Colorado Wine next door for a funvino con pizza [...]

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Pizzeria Mozza

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WHY Pizza dough of perfect flavor and bite, paired with superb toppings; the margherita is simple the way E=MC2 is simple. WHAT Is Mozza’s pizza the second coming of Christ? You’d think so with all the hullabaloo around this pizzeria and its celebrity-chef parents, Nancy Silverton and Mario Batali. But the result is something more [...]

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Pavich’s Brick Oven Pizzeria

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WHY Distinctly unique Croatian pizzas that are among the best in L.A. WHAT There’s no room for interior dining at this San Pedro pizza joint, but that’s a necessary sacrifice—Pavich’s allots most of its square footage to an enormous brick oven. And it’s with that oven that owner Zdenko Pavic is able to craft truly [...]

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The Coop Pizza

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WHY Superb New York—style pizza, by the slice or the pie. WHAT Is this the best New York—style pizza in town? Many think so, and it’s certainly on our very short list. There’s no seating, just a stand-up counter with room for two to eat a slice or wait for a pie; Cheviot/Palms locals get [...]

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The Luggage Room

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WHY La Grande Orange’s casual sibling is a busy pizza specialist in the same historic Pasadena train station. WHAT Gourmet toppings like fig and blue cheese or sausage with shaved fennel top chewy sourdough crusts from a wood-burning oven. Crab legs, salads like the Green Day and a few other appetizers complete the menu; plenty [...]

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Mother Dough

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WHY True Neapolitan-style pies in a pleasant sit-down space with beer and wine. WHAT According to the menu, Neapolitan-style pizza is meant to be enjoyed without excessive toppings. The thin, chewy crust has a distinct sourdough tang, while the tomato sauce is bright and fresh. Pies are simply topped with buffalo mozzarella, a scattering of [...]

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Folliero’s Pizza

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WHY A little bit of Queens in Highland Park (which is, now that we think of it, the Queens of L.A.). WHAT It’s not the lightest pizza in town—the crust is on the substantial side, and the cheese overpowers the sauce—but there’s no denying the appeal and comfort of this old-school New York Italian pizza, [...]

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Two Boots

WHY Echo Park’s first real pizza parlor comes with Cajun-via-New York flavor, and you can even get a slice to go. WHAT This acclaimed New York pizzeria picked Echo Park for its first western outpost, making locals happy with hearty pies with slightly sweet crusts, bearing such whimsical names as the Big Maybelle and the [...]

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Valentino’s Pizza

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WHY Excellent Brooklyn-style pizza (thin-crust) sold by the slice here or delivered promptly by the whole pie. WHAT Former New Yorkers (yes, plenty of them live in MB) say this is the closest thing to home in L.A., and indeed the crust has that not-soggy-yet-floppy-enough-to-fold-in-half consistency so essential to a New York pie. You can [...]

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