The thing that stands out most about Panza Pizzeria, a new pop-up operating out of a West Hollywood apartment, is the sourdough crust. It’s thick and buttery with outrageously crispy edges that everyone in your party will be fighting over all night until it’s gone. Chef Brian Radlinshi expertly roasts each vegetable, making the Vegetariano a must-order in our books. It comes topped with onions, cherry tomatoes, marinated mushrooms, black olives, pickled pepperoncini, roasted broccolini, and rosemary. It’s a ton of toppings, but because each vegetable is so fresh, nothing gets soggy and the crust holds up. If you’re looking for something with a bit of a kick, try the excellent “Diavolo,” with pepperoni, spicy tomato sauce, candied jalapeño, and homemade hot honey.
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