Pizza >Wildflour Pizza
2807 Main St, Santa Monica, CA | Directions 9040534.000208 -118.481385
Monday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Neighborhoods: West LA, Ocean Park
Best Pizza in Town – Without a doubt, a must to have pizza and a warm environment.
Best Pizza West On The Atlantic Ocean – Wildflour Pizza is by far the best pizza on the West Cost. How could anyone every say anything negative about the Wildflour. These people obviously woke up on the wrong side of the bed, or have some type of financial investment with a competing pizzeria. The freshness and service gets 5 Stars in my book. Everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy a piece of LOVE. I sure did.....
Blah. – There are so many wonderful pizza places out there, it is a complete mystery to me how this one ranked so high. We live in Canoga Park, but we were going to a show at the Aero so I hopped on citysearch to check out local pizza places. Wildflour sounded promising, but ugh, what a disappointment! I will drive from Canoga Park to Los Feliz just for the insanely good Pizza Rosa at Palermo in Los Feliz, or to Hollywood to get the Lightship pizza at Nova Express. That's how dedicated I am to getting good pizza. And there's a great pizza place in Woodland Hills called Paoli's. YUM! Why anyone, even someone who lives in Santa Monica, would head over to Wildflour is beyond me. It's not the worst pizza I've ever had, but it certainly isn't good, let alone great. It is on par with frozen pizza, which is cheaper and you don't have to leave the house.
You have to try this pizza – I'm from outside New York, so I don't know anything about "Boston pizza", but this stuff is the real deal. The crust is crispy, and somehow they manage to get th northeast dough that noone else in LA seems to be able to recreate. Also, it's actually better than a lot of pizza back home as it's not quite as greasy, but just as delicious
mediocre at best – Why is wildflower ranked as one of the 7 best pizza's in all of Los Angeles you ask? I have no clue. Maybe most people eat Mama Celeste at home? Maybe people like Little Caesars or papa John's? I live 1 block from wildflower and I will either walk to Dagwoods or Bravo Cucino (eat love) both on main st instead of skipping over to wildflower. Boston style crust??? What? Even the whole wheat crust taste like bisquick. The bread seems either very low gluten or maybe its all purpose flour. It lacks that stretch. the cheese is average as well as the sauce. A top quality frozen pizza is hands down better. The people running it are very nice though.. but is that worth chowing down on average slice? Im not saying its garbage really.. but should not be listed anywhere near a best of, let alone top 7 pizza's in L.A..... come on....
Thin-crust Boston-style pizza meets Western healthy gourmet. – In Short
The bright yellow frontier storefront, hardwood interior and sawdust-sprinkled floor make the perfect setting for a quick slice--the back patio is right for taking time. The thin-crust pizza hosts all toppings, from the expected (mushrooms, meatballs, onions) to the gourmet (feta cheese, roasted red peppers, artichokes). Some diners opt for the build-your-own option: Wildflour's health-conscious suggestions (such as cheese-free or whole-wheat crust) and the choice of tomato sauce or pesto. The dough is made on-site.
Average Pizza – The crust is like those cheap cardboard type pizzas. The toppings were good though. There are definitely better places in West LA - Bravo Pizza and Red Brick to name a couple.
Food on East Coast tastes better – California has the weather and the pretty girls (at least they are not weather beaten like back East), but let's face it, the food is far better on the East Coast than it is here. However, Wildflour Boston Pizza is 2nd best to being on Commonwealth Ave in Beantown.
If you haven't tried it, you can continue fooling yourself into thinking you found good pizza in California somewhere else.
One of the Top Pizzas in L.A. – I tried a slice of mushroom and a slice of pesto. Both were delicious. The crust is thick and chewy -- just the way I like it. Service is friendly. Between Abbot's and WildFlour, I choose Wildflour.
Great Pizzas – I visted LA from England, and we ate a number pizzas from all over USA, the best pizza I had was from Wildflour, These pizzas were awesome, thin crusts, fresh toppings, what else could you ask for !!! It was real busy when we went in there, I guess everyone loves them like I do, If the owner reads this review,, HEY ,Get you A$%$ over to ENGLAND, We want your pizzas!!
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