814 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002934.086082 -118.291566
Neighborhoods: Central LA, Wilshire Center / Koreatown
Great Taste, Great Price – Great pizza. I heard about this place from food network. This is an amazing pizza co. They make the biggest pizza I have ever seen, and it taste great. The prices are not too bad and the slices are ridiculous! They are so big. They have a great slice, soda and salad for 8 dollars. You cant beat that. They also have great sandwiches, calzone, and salads. So there is something for everyone. Even a great desert menue.
GOOD FOOD NOT SO GOOD SERVICE – SO GET THIS IM WITH FRIENDS STARVING WHEN ONE OF THEM STARTS TALKING ABOUT THIS PLACE LIKE IF ITS THE BEST THING TO HAVE HAPPENED TO FOOD SO WE CALL & ODER UP SOME PIZZA I DEFINITELY DONT REGRET IT FIRST TIME & WOW WAS IT GOOD REASONABLE PRICES FOR THE FOOD TOO ON THE OTHER HAND THE DELIVERY GUY WE ALL FOUND TO BE VERY RUDE CAME WITH THE BIGGEST ATTITUTE BUT WHATEVER TRY THE FOOD ITS LIKE NOTHING ELSE IVE TASTED
Great little pizzeria – I'm happy every time here with the pizza and the price. What they've got ready by the slice is always beyond the usual cheese and pepperoni (though those are there and good too), and while the service is fast and very friendly they never whisk a slice out to you without enough time in the oven. It's quintessentially small, and I personally like the place a little more than Village Pizzeria on Larchmont-- Rocco's tastes a little less greasy. The lunch specials are a great way to try the place, and oughtta keep you coming back.
Great PIzza Shop – I wanted to drop this review onto city search, because for years i have yet to find a pizza shop to come close to my area back in Rochester NY where i grew up. I am not sure what it is about Rocco's but it reminds me of a fun, friendly neighborhood pizza shop i used to frequent growing up in NY. The Slices are great and i finally moved into Los Feliz area so now i get delivery from them which seems to work out well. i heard they are working on a beer and wine license, so that will be cool. to pop in get a pitcher and watch a game. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.
but there ain't no mcdonalds next door??? price clarification again – vermont location
slice of cheese 1.89
lunch special, slice with topping, 1/2 salad & soft drink 4.98
We dont like this place, Please read below – 3.50 For a slice of cheese pizza? I was in there the other day, I ordered the "special", when I did the math, ordering the soda, side salad and pizza came out less if I ordered everything separately ? I asked them about it, they said ?oh we raised out prices as of last week ?Honestly, the food is not worth the money. The pizza was a slice of grease and the salad was overly soaked in dressing. The waitress did not seem to address my concerns and was too busy sitting and chatting some her friends at a table. The cashier guy looked to be either half asleep or high, I asked him about the prices and he could not comprehend a single word. Also if you plan on ordering ?take out " the salad that comes with the "special " get stuffed into such a small container, you lose about 70% of salad compared if you order inside. As you can see this company tries to cut costs and jack prices with all the tricks in the book. I really wish the people there were more nice, All in all this Rocco?s Pizza on Wilshire Blvd turn out to be a bad experience every time, you are better off going to the Mc D?s next door.
GREAT SLICES – stopped by after class to grab a slice. decided to grab to with a coke for the lunch special, really good deal. great slices, great service. cool college type hangout...
New York-style pizzeria satisfies students, slackers and Silver Lakers with tastes of Little Italy. – In Short
A couple of Brooklyn expats created this lively Eastside pizza joint (formerly Vito's) across from LACC. Quintessential Italian-American equates to checkered tablecloths, ceiling fans, big chalkboards, and of course maps of the motherland. Sidewalk tables buzz with a diverse student crowd, neighborhood rockers and hipster parents. The menu includes thin crust staples and Sicilian-style pizza by the slice or pie, plus specialty pizzas like pesto, penne vodka, eggplant parmigiana or ziti pie. Other items include hot wings, pastas, sandwiches, Caesar salad, calzones and lasagna.
Best NY Pizza in LA – All you need to know: $8 large 18" cheese pizza. And it's amazing. The place is owned by a bunch of NY Italians who know who to make a great pie. The only con would be pricey toppings if you get them.
great NY pie – just moved into the los feliz area dn acouldn't find a place for a decent pizza. a friend told me about rocco's across from the college so i decided to go by. we ordered the pie for pick up. plain cheese. thats the way i do it when someone says NY pizza. actually the place doesn't advertise NY pizza but i found out a bunch of italian guys from NY own it. anyways the pie was great. ate it in the place. well half then the rest later that night cold.... it was just as good then. give it a shot...
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