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Side Pie



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Side Pie started as a pandemic-era pop-up operating out of someone’s backyard in Altadena. These days, it’s moved down the street to a restaurant space with a huge back patio complete with string lights, a stage for live music, and a wood-fired pizza oven. Unlike similar shops around town, Side Pie’s pizzas come with a thin, crispy crust and slices are cut so large we advise you to tilt your head while you eat. The pepperoni, ricotta, and basil-topped “Altadena” is our favorite option, but we also love the “Kevin Lyman.” It’s essentially their version of a white pie and comes with a light cream base and topped with ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan, and garlic.

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