60 "Pizza" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
We picked up a couple pies (and a few subs, too) from the new pizza spot operated by Hatchet Hall, L&E Oyster vets.
786 Degrees is a quirky pizza place in Sun Valley with out-of-the-box toppings.
Game Over Pizza in Hollywood is an arcade, bar, and pizza parlor that feels like it was lifted from childhood.
MidiCi Pizza in Marina del Rey is a fast-casual spot making Neapolitan pies in a wood-fired oven.
Triple Beam’s second location in Echo Park isn’t much different than the original - and that’s a good thing.
Double Zero is a plant-based pizza spot in Venice that’s way better than you’d think a plant-based pizza spot would be.
Pizzana in West Hollywood is the second, equally good location of the Brentwood pizza spot.
Elio’s Wood Fire Pizza is definitely the best pizza made in the back of a Chevy Silverado you’ve ever had.
L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele is a Hollywood restaurant cranking out good pizza - and not much else.
Papa Lennon’s is a pizza place in Ojai with good pies, and great chicken parm sandwiches, but strangely, no Beatles theme.
If you’re getting pizza in Pasadena, you should get it from The Luggage Room Pizzeria.
Provami Pizzeria in West Hollywood won’t blow your mind, but it’s a dependable spot for Neapolitan pies.
In the pizza desert of the Westside, Santa Monica’s Milo and Olive is a giant, garlic knot-filled oasis.
Hail Mary is LA’s version of a NY slice shop or a Chicago deep dish tavern - an ideal neighborhood pizza spot built for this city.