Located in a desolate industrial zone in far, far, far East LA, picking up a pizza at Dough Box is frankly half the experience. Marked only by a door with a sign that reads “Office,” you’re instructed to call Dough Box upon arrival, where they’ll then bring the pizza out to you and do payments at your car (you CANNOT go inside). It’s weird and thrilling and the only way you’ll ever want to receive Chicago deep dish pizza ever again. Good news: they also deliver anywhere, with only a $5 extra charge if you’re over 5 miles away.
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