68 "Pizza" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Dtown Pizzeria in West Hollywood is home to some of the most authentic Detroit-style pizza in LA.
Cento Pizzeria is a weekend pop-up inside Tartine Sycamore that’s cranking out tremendous Neapolitan pizza.
Angie’s is a pop-up pizza oven cranking out excellent Neapolitan-style pies.
Fingers Crossed is a new Italian restaurant in Hollywood by Evan Funke that, like Nicki Minaj’s alter ego, is focused on all things Roman.
Brandoni Pepperoni is a West Hollywood pizza pop-up with fine-dining roots, and incredible pies to show for it.
De La Nonna is a weekly pop-up at Dudley Market in Venice serving fantastic pizzas that you probably also call focaccia.
Tartine’s Silver Lake location has the breads and pastries you know and love, plus one more awesome offering: Pizza.
DTLA pop-up Dough Daddy doesn’t make it easy to order their Detroit-style pies, but this pizza is worth the extra effort.
786 Degrees is a quirky pizza place in Sun Valley with out-of-the-box toppings.
Game Over Pizza in Hollywood is an arcade, bar, and pizza parlor that feels like it was lifted from childhood.
MidiCi Pizza in Marina del Rey is a fast-casual spot making Neapolitan pies in a wood-fired oven.
Triple Beam’s second location in Echo Park isn’t much different than the original - and that’s a good thing.