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Best Pizza that will deliver in or to Pacific Beach?

scottrj12 Nov 7, 2006 11:08 PM

Can anyone help me with this one. Where is the best pizza parlor that will deliver to Pacific Beach? Thank in advance!!!

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    young_chower Nov 9, 2006 08:38 AM

    Have you tried Hoboken Pizza? I don't know if they deliver but I liked their pizza a lot. It is a little more pricy though than Bronx...

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      emile Nov 9, 2006 11:28 PM

      Hoboken is great but delivery tends to exceed an hour. I really like La Cosa Pizza located on Garnet. Try the Milano.

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        mrfadedglory May 8, 2007 04:19 PM

        I grew up in New Jersey, and I can attest that Hoboken is easily the best NY-Style pizza in all of PB, and probably second to Bronx in all of SD. If you order a Stromboli with Meatball and Ham you can't go wrong.

        I used to also enjoy Central Park on Cass and they deliver, but they just changed owners and I haven't tried it since then. I didn't really care for La Cosa.

        Both Hoboken and Central are overpriced though. A 12" sandwich at Hoboken will cost you about $10, and a large cheese pizza $15

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          ladron May 8, 2007 05:37 PM

          Another vote for La Cosa here. We have gotten consistently good pizza from them over the past several years.

          Regarding the new location that used to be Central Park (can't remember the new name), I tried them a few weeks ago (post name change) and did not particularly like it.

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            jturtle May 9, 2007 09:41 AM

            The last time I lived in PB (think 1998) we always had La Cosa delivered. It was better then any chain, more reasonable timewise, they always had coupons and the pizza (most of the time) was some of the best delivery. We are moving back to PB in a month or two and I am really excited that La Cosa is still around!

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            Ocean Jim Feb 7, 2008 01:36 PM

            There is a Ciro's Pizza in Bar West that delivers to PB.

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              jturtle Feb 7, 2008 06:01 PM

              I am amending my answer from above--Olde City Grille! Their pizza is fantastic (NYC) style and the best deal around. They will also deliever slices if you want cheese steaks, fries--they actually work with the delivery, or salads. The pizza is great quality and I think $13 for a plain cheese that is larger then can fit in my fridge. If I order a pizza it lasts 2 of us at least 3 meals.

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                bizzwriter Nov 10, 2010 06:45 AM

                I was going to chime in on Olde City -- great pizza! Grab a cheese steak while you're at it too -- they import their rolls from Philly.

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              justin4brwda Nov 9, 2010 10:40 PM

              You gotta try il padrino in pacific beach. They deliver the best pizza around to me in mission beach.

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                pooch Nov 10, 2010 01:54 PM

                Throwing it out there...any bright ideas re. pizza delivery in carmel valley? All I can find is Oggies (not a fan) plus Dominos/Papa Johns. Del Mar Pizza will deliver up there sometimes but they take ages and are pretty pricey (and not great, in my opinion).

                Unless I'm missing something, CV is totally lacking in delivery options for all types. I am pretty sure there is not even chinese delivery, unless you go through restaurants on the run. I guess "someone" is trying to tell me that it is time to start cooking or get up and go somewhere rather than having it come to me!

                Del Mar Pizza
                211 15th St, Del Mar, CA 92014

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                  honkman Nov 10, 2010 02:55 PM

                  It's in Encinitas and I don't know if they deliver to CV but I would call Pizzicato. One of the better pizza places.

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                    pantani Nov 10, 2010 06:02 PM

                    I like the salads at Pizzicato but the pizza is scarce in toppings and they don't have a whole wheat option. There is a Woodstock in P.B. Never been there but had some good pizza at a Woodstock in Davis. I am not sure why Pizza has to be "New York" style. I prefer a thicker crust.

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                      honkman Nov 10, 2010 08:00 PM

                      I haven't visit Pizzicato in a year but always found their pizza nicely balanced with toppings and also like that they offered more unusual ones. Looks like they might have changed. I guess I have to visit them again soon to find out

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                        pantani Nov 10, 2010 08:52 PM

                        It's been a while since I was there last but I had the same problem with the grilled vegetable salad which was good in the past, mostly lettuce with some tiny bits of vegetables hardly detectable. I emailed them and received a response that the owners would contact me but they never did. They did have some creative pizza toppings.I wish they would step up their game.

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                    mikec Nov 15, 2010 02:14 PM

                    Did you try Bonjorno's in Solana Beach? They're not bad for New York style pizza (their owner worked at Bronx pizza for years before going out on his own).

                    Never been a fan of Del Mar Pizza.

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                  MrKrispy Nov 10, 2010 02:43 PM

                  Is Liberty Pizza on Mission Blvd still around? I haven't been in a few years but they were similar to Bronx Pizza and Hoboken Pizza.

                  Liberty Pizza
                  4634 Mission Blvd, San Diego, CA 92109

                  Hoboken Pizza Cafe
                  1459 Garnet Ave, San Diego, CA 92109

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