4339 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002934.095411 -118.283473
Open until 3 am
Neighborhoods: Central LA, Los Feliz
Huge portions of New York-style pizza at great prices. They will make anything by the slice, whether its on the menu or your own creation. This is a great spot for post-bar, late-night noshing. Local delivery and weekday lunch specials.
Pretty good thin crust pizza here. I had one with feta cheese that was especially good. Slices are ok, but it's definitely better fresh out of the oven with your own pie.
Better Than Dominoes – Their slices are huge!. The Marguerita is really tasty, as well as their Inferno (If you're into that sort of thing.)
Best Pizza I have found in LA so far – I have tried many pizza slices in LA but I couldnt find one that came close to my favorite slice from the west Village where plain slices are just $2. So far these guys come the closest. Also very friendly/cute/cool staff...
Great place for a slice – I recently discovered this place after leaving Malo one night and it is wonderful. The pizza there has a perfect crispness to it and it isn't overly covered with cheese like most places in Los Angeles. It is a great, small pizzeria that delivers also. Check it out.
Delicious!! – The Elmerino is what I ordered and by far my favorite pizza in LA! Its sooo delicious. Thin crust, fresh mozzarella, pesto, pinenuts, basil and topped with olive oil. I cant wait to go back and order this pie! Also, this place stays open late. Which is great. The atmosphere is very chill and cool.
Citysearch Editorial Review – More of an after-hours hangout than a neighorhood pizza joint, this hole in the wall is where Silver Lake hipsters (is there any other kind?) can be found until 3am on weekends, rocking to a soundtrack of punky garage bands. Framed by cozy brick walls splattered with rock posters, the storefront hosts Sunset Junction locals all day, but after midnight it transforms into ground zero for an Eastside crowd sporting tattoos, piercings and vintage Iggy Pop tees. A stream of scenesters from local clubs like the Echo or Spaceland stop in for thin crust NY-style pies or slices. Pizzas are tricked out with intriguing combos like the Inferno, which marries hot Italian sausage, jalapenos, pepperoncini, red onion, garlic and crushed red pepper, while the off-menu Garage Pie--an homage to Malo across the street--sports ground beef and pickles.
best thin crust pizza on the eastside- possibly LA! – if you love thin krust...this is THE place.
RECENTLY MANY HAVE TRIED, BUT GARAGE PIZZA KILLS IT ON THE THIN KRUST!
I would prefer fresh roasted jalepenos to pickled on the cholo pizza, but if that is the only issue, so be it.
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