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Good Pizza Delivery in Santa Monica (not Domino's)?

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bluedebil Feb 27, 2009 12:59 PM

I need to order some pizzas to be delivered for a lunch party in Santa Monica (near the beach/Promenade) but want something a step above Domino's. Can anyone help please?

  1. a_and_w Feb 28, 2009 08:28 AM

    Joe's (pepperoni)
    Richie Palmer's (mushroom and sausage
    Dagwood's (extra-thin crust, pepperoni)
    Abbott's (anything with olive pesto)

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      citizenx Feb 27, 2009 03:35 PM

      I order form Abbots, Bravo (on Main) and Ocean Park Pizza.

      1. Das Ubergeek Feb 27, 2009 01:10 PM

        I always got it from Santa Monica Pizza Kitchen on Wilshire and 14th.

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          ohdaylay Feb 27, 2009 01:23 PM

          Another quality choice. Richie Palmers is pretty good, too. Dagwoods is another decent choice.

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            mollyomormon Feb 27, 2009 02:43 PM

            I think Richie Palmer's is already closed...

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              a_and_w Feb 28, 2009 08:29 AM

              Is this recent? I ordered a pizza from Richie Palmer's only a week ago.

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                Servorg Feb 28, 2009 09:57 AM

                Molly must have them confused with another place. Richie IS OPEN.

                Richie Palmer Pizzeria
                1355 Ocean Ave
                Santa Monica, CA 90401
                (310) 255-1111

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                Richie Palmer Pizzeria
                1355 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

                1. re: Servorg
                  mollyomormon Mar 1, 2009 04:16 PM

                  My bad!

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                    New Trial Mar 5, 2009 11:14 PM

                    MoM may still know best--I went by there tonight on my way to Anisette for dinner and saw a change of ownership notice posted, with the new owner being something called "Blue Plate Oysterette" [according to the ABC application, the officers are a Jennifer and Jeffrey Rush]. The outside signage was still for Richie Palmer and the neon "pizza" sign was lit but I did not have time to stop in on my way to dinner, and the place was closed by the time I headed back from dinner, so I could not get the details.

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                      a_and_w Mar 6, 2009 06:18 AM

                      Weird. I was just in there Monday night for slices and didn't see any change of ownership sign. That makes me sad because these were some of the best slices I've had there yet.

          2. re: Das Ubergeek
            Frommtron Feb 28, 2009 10:53 AM

            Can I ask when the last time anyone actually ordered from SM Pizza Kitchen? I used to work nearby and ate there a couple of times. It was really bad but your recs usually never steer me wrong. This was about 6 years ago and I never went back after I left that job.

            Were they great and are now awful? Were they awful and are now great?

            I'm not a fan of Dagwood's either. I find their toppings to be subpar compared to other places in the area.

            I think Joe's on Broadway is actually pretty delicious and Abbot's is great. I just end up calling those places on the rare occasion that I order pizza.

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              Das Ubergeek Feb 28, 2009 12:43 PM

              It's been a while... I lived there in 2001, and it was quite good. I've had it more recently (2 years ago?) and had no objections, but you could totally go downhill in 2 years...

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                Bjartmarr Feb 28, 2009 05:30 PM

                I get pizza at SM Pizza Kitchen occasionally, and I haven't seen much change in quality over the past hald dozen years. It's acceptable, not fantastic pizza.

                But I'd rather eat the box it comes in than eat Joe's pizza, so you might want to take my opinion on SMPK with a grain of salt.

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                  Das Ubergeek Feb 28, 2009 06:27 PM

                  Exactly. It was the best pizza I could come up with nearby when I lived at 14th and Arizona.

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              ohdaylay Feb 27, 2009 01:04 PM

              That's a pretty easy one. Try Joe's on Broadway. Super thin, NYC style. Try the white pizza, it's a winner. Really, everything is good there. Some say it's overrated, but I say it is understated in a good way.

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                epop Feb 28, 2009 12:07 PM

                agree with ohdaylay. Joe's is the way to go

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