Hollywood Pies sometimes feels more like LA food folklore than a real place you can pick up a pizza. But we’re here to tell you, the glorified pick-up window on a sleepy stretch of Pico is very real and serving some fantastic deep dish pizza. They do have a tiny dining room now with a few scattered tables, but that’s not your move. You’re calling your pizza in from work, picking it up on the way home, and living out your greatest existence on your couch.
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