Our favorite pizza place in the city, we would drive long distances (read: from the Westside) just to grab one of Triple Beam’s Roman-style slices. Luckily, if you’re coming from Dodger Stadium, you don’t have to be so dramatic - the second location of the Highland Park pay-by-the-slice joint recently opened in Echo Park. Like the original, the menu changes seasonally, but if you happen to be there on an asparagus pizza day, get it.
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