LA’s obsession with Detroit-style pizza is officially in hyperdrive, and that’s certainly not a bad thing in our books. Just be sure to put Dtown Pizzeria at the top of your list. Operating inside Phorage in West Hollywood, this pop-up is run by Detroit native Ryan Ososky, who is cranking out the kind of real-deal, Detroit-style pizza that reminds us of Buddy’s or Jet’s (for any Detroit natives reading this). The crust is perfectly golden and crispy with a light, airy center that makes taking down a whole pie by yourself a very doable option. The 1946, which comes topped with a red stripe - not the beer, in Detroit that means a thick ribbon of marinara - and oregano, and The Goomba (pepperoni and fennel pollen) are standouts.
Search by Perfect For
More spots in West HollywoodSee more
Ysabel West Hollywood
Ysabel is sceney bar/restaurant full of bad food and tons of people dying for a job.
Dan Tana’s is an LA classic and the kind of place where every night feels like a celebration.
Zankou certainly isn’t the best Mediterranean food in LA, but it’s still an old friend who always has your back.
More Pizza spotsSee more
An office park in El Segundo might seem like a strange place to find excellent Roman-style pizza, but that’s Il Romanista.
Suggested by our writers
No, Pizzeria Mozza is not the best pizza in LA. But that doesn’t mean it’s not still a good restaurant.
Dough Daddy LA
DTLA pop-up Dough Daddy doesn’t make it easy to order their Detroit-style pies, but this pizza is worth the extra effort.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more