Sixth & Mill is a pizza place from the people behind The Factory Kitchen (a restaurant we really like) and Officine Brera (one we’re not really into). Unfortunately, we don’t love Sixth & Mill either. It’s in a converted warehouse in the Arts District next to Officine Brera that looks a lot like other converted warehouse restaurants you've probably eaten in. There’s a big menu of pizzas, pastas, and fried things, and there’s nothing technically wrong with the food here, but most of it is just boring. While gnocchi, tomatoes, and burrata are all things we like, they somehow lack flavor when combined here. The pizzas are fine, and have a decent crust, but that doesn’t really matter when the toppings are bland. There are plenty of interesting new pizza places in LA right now, so feel free to skip this one.
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