829 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9006934.086146 -118.376558
Neighborhoods: Melrose, Central LA
Half Priced Pizza and Appetizers During Happy Hour! – This place would be a bit pricey for pizza in general, but during happy hour, it's a great steal. And, they have incredible toppings. They give you quite a bit of flexibility in adding and removing items from the pizzas. I had a great goat cheese, tomato, pesto, pepper sausage, and mozzarella pizza (normally $15, but half price during happy hour). They have all sorts of incredible toppings and they pair them together well. I'm not generally a thin crust fan, but the crispy thin crust and healthy toppings mean I don't have to feel so guilty about eating pizza.
Great deal for Happy Hour – Went for pizza and beers during Happy hour, when prices are DRASTICALLY discounted. Service was friendly, but not attentive.
Food seemed to use quality ingredients. Very nice bar.
For the Happy Hour prices, you cannot beat this place anywhere in Hollywood.
Avoid on game nights – Unless you're looking for a loud sports bar atmosphere you'll want to avoid this place. Otherwise you'll get average but expensive thin crust pizza served by an apathetic staff.
Best Pizza & Happy Hour In The City Hands Down – The pizzas are awesome here. Started out with the chicken skewers and the buffalo chicken calzones. Both were great. We then ordered the prosciutto and arugala pizza, a BBQ chicken pizza and a mushroom pizza. All the pizzas were delicious. They have good draft beer and we had a kick @ss rocky road pizza for dessert. The best part of the meal was that everything was half off because of happy hour. Highly recommend. The service was good too!
Best thin crust pizza and Happy Hour prices! – The stone fire pizza is some of the best pizza I have ever eaten (and I am from the East Coast!) Traditional and non traditional toppings keep the menu interesting without being overwhelming. SO far the Wild Mushroom Pizza and the Vegetarian are my favorites. Happy Hour is every day 4-7pm plus all day on the weekends and included half price on drinks and pizza. Seriously an entire stone fired pizza for only $7! You can't find that anywhere else in LA. The service has been great and we have been there at least 5 times now. They have several flat screen TVs around the restaurant and bar so you will never miss a game (if that is your thing). And since there are sports, there are MEN! IF you and your Girls want to meet some guys, you should check this place out;-)
Average Pizza from a place that thinks too high of itself – I have nothing to complain about when it comes to the food. The pizzas were tasty, but nothing special. My problem with this place is that it thinks it's something special.
My girlfriend and I went there looking for a casual dinner of good pizza and good beer. We showed up late on a Thursday. The place was 75% empty. However we were told that because we didn't have a reservation, the only table avail was a bar table in the back (past the bar on the way to the restrooms). I asked if we could sit on the empty patio and was told that all the tables were reserved. The service was mediocre, probably because we were hiding in the back and our server plain forgot about us. Everything was just a bit more expensive than it should have been. Then as we leave and I can see the front again, the place is still 75% empty. No one had used these "reserved" tables in the hour and half we were there.
This place gave me the impression it cares more about trying (and failing) to be trendy and part of the La Cienega club corridor than good service. It was everything that can be wrong about a restaurant in LA. I would not go back and can't recommend it for any reason.
LOUD – At Stonefire Pizza, you'll get great happy hour prices, great food and a really nice, efficient staff. Just go alone because you won't be able to converse with a guest because their rock & roll music is extremely loud. I took my family and my mother and had to scream at them because they were blasting AC/DC. I'll go back (with earplugs) because it seems that most restaurants in L.A. play music so loud, you feel as if they're trying to please themselves rather than their guests.
Great Deep Dish Style Pizza – Love the deep dish at this place. Took my friend, who was born and raised in Chicago, and she said it was very comparable to the original Chi Town deep dish. Plus the waitresses are stunning.
upscale casual yummy-ness – I've never written one of thest things before, but I always find them helpful--and I'm inspired enough to tell you that Stone Fire lived up to the pizza hype. You know that feeling when you're in NYC and you just casually pick up a slice from Wherever and it's Fantastic? Well, I just got back from NYC, and even with that memory lingering on my taste buds, Stone Fire may be one of my new fave LA spots. It has enough ambience for a date or a get together, but is not stressfully trendy , has a menu for everyone, sweet and attentive servers with no attitude, and pizza that rocks. I lived in Chicago for a few years and the Chicago deep dish is bursting with fresh, plummy tomatoes--my waiter bet me that I couldn't eat the whole thing--and he was right--I barely slogged through two pieces--so to top it off, this place is a bargin!
Fun Happy Hour – Stopped by Stone Fire Pizza last week on La Cienega for Happy Hour. It was great with Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio and the pizza was half priced, too. We had a pepperoni thin crust pizza and a Greek Salad and completely cleaned our plates. Super nice bartender, too.
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