The second Pizzana in Weho is a lot like the Brentwood original: There are good pizzas, and enough other interesting things to keep you happy. For starters, we like the meatballs (and especially the garlic bread that comes with them) and the Caesar and chop salads, and the pizzas are unique. There’s the Cacio E Pepe pie with parmesan and cracked black pepper, and the particularly great Uovo, with egg, prosciutto, and bacon jam. If you’re going with a group (which is the best way to eat pizza) be aware that they have a tiny space that’s mostly in an alley, so call ahead.
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