Pizza >Village Pizzeria
131 N Larchmont Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9000434.073960 -118.323798
Neighborhoods: Greater Wilshire / Hancock Park, Central LA
Awesome NY-style pizza. If you're ever in the mood, this place hits the spot.
As a born and raised New Yorker, finding a good slice of pizza in LA is few and far between; that said, with its East Village taste, Village Pizzeria is, what I consider, the second best pizza shop in LA.
Am I in LA or New York? Seriously rivals any authentic NY pizza but with the lovely LA weather.
Village Pizzeria offers delicious pizza. The crust is amazingly thin, the ingredients are good, and they serve the perfect ratio of toppings to crust. Next time I'll go for the Hawaiian!
The pheasant ravioli is to die for! Quaint little nooks to sit and eat with privacy. The place is very chic yet, still feels cozy and not at all stuffy. Will definitely be back!
Go this restaurant for an excellent taste of Italian dish. The pizza is really good and I highly recommend it.
nice – Wonderful ambiance..... Will go there again for sure...
This place has a really amazing design and atmosphere I was surprised to see a place like this with such a poor service and average food that's everything but Italian.
good food, good wine selection and great atmosphere. the red checkered table cloth variety of Italian restaurants.
Greek Salad and Crab Ravioli... my fav! The best part is that you get to bring your own wine and enjoy the views of sunset while you sit back and relax. Its a great place for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
DO NOT believe the hype – I would have to agree with the reviewer CSMobileUser2. The crust is simply too thin. Even folded over, the slice sags and droops and ingredients fall off. They fall off because there is hardly any cheese to hold them down, and that's IF they're even placed under the cheese to begin with, which, sadly for some by the slice orders, they are not. And Mapleman, their sausage IS incredible. It's incredible a place boasting pride and tradition in their pizza still uses that crappy, crumbly sausage that even Domino's stopped using years ago. This place is bogus.
The worst pizza ever! – Every New Yorker knows a good slice is hard to find in LA, so when you hear of pizza spot that prides itself for being New York OG one naturally gets excited. Don't! Or you will be as disappointed as we were. Everything from poor service to the cheap ingridients to the undercooked sicilian with barely any cheese to the sloppy topping distribution, you name, it was amatuer and basically vulgar. So unfortunetly another fake marketing trap you need to avoid.
NY Pizza Done Right In LA – Founded by former Brooklyn-ites, this pizza joint is all about NY, down to its decorations (NY inspired memorabilia), which keeps the spirit of the Big Apple alive. Their delicious, hand-spun pizzas are wrapped with dough made daily and contain no additives, while the toppings are ripe, fresh and California grown.
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