Double Zero is a vegan pizza spot in Venice, and while the pizzas aren’t going to fool anyone who loves cheese and meat, the crust is good enough that even your pepperoni-obsessed friend will be happy here. It’s wood-fired, and has a great crunch without being too dry. As far as toppings go, we like the simple margherita, with a great tomato sauce and some basil, but if you want something more exciting, the potato with roasted garlic and cashew cream is good, too. It’s a buzzy spot on Lincoln in Venice, and draws the sort of hip crowd you’d expect at an expensive vegan pizza place.
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El Huarique Peruvian Cuisine
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Teddy’s Red Tacos
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Both neighborhood hangout and special occasion spot, Charcoal is sometimes a bit confusing, but not when it comes to their very tasty food.
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Jon & Vinny’s
Jon & Vinny’s on Fairfax is an incredible take on American-Italian food, and it’s a place we go back to again and again.
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