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Pizza with Egg, Ham, Bacon, Sausage, or Chorizo w/ Egg

Last week I was making a special order for a “thin crust charred cheese pizza” at Lamp Post and began talking to the crew about my not ever seeing eggs offered as a topping in the L.A. area. Eggs on pizza is offered in N.Y. and although I have never been to Australia I recall reading someplace that eggs are a very popular pizza topping there. The Lamp Post crew told me that they do that as a special on Saturday mornings. I haven’t tried it yet and I am not sure whether they offer it every Saturday morning. They also said they will make it as you wish adding ham, bacon, sausage or chorizo w/ eggs – Breakfast on a pizza. I will try this soon and I might even make a special request for a grilled veggie omelet pizza with a thin crust Are there any other egg topped pizzas in L.A.?

Lamppost Pizza
4368 Peck Rd
El Monte, CA\
(626) 444-2631

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  1. Spago inside Gelson's has a breakfast pizza now and again.

    Bourek can be like an egg pizza. Try Big Momma and Big Poppa's or Moishe's.

    Mozza has a pizza with egg on it.

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    1. re: 1munchy1

      Big Mama's and Papa's in downtown LA features khachapouri as seen here: http://www.chow.com/photos/128698

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      Big Mama's & Papa's Pizzeria
      657 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

      1. re: Servorg

        That's what I was going to say!

        1. re: Servorg

          Yum! The ones in the San Fernando Valley make them too!

          ONe is enough for three meals!

          1. re: 1munchy1

            Whoa, that looks great! (Thanks for the pic, Servorg.) Where are the stores in the SFV? Any in the west valley -- e.g., Woodland Hills, Canoga Park, like that?

            1. re: ozhead

              I've seen them in North Hollywood, Sherman Oaks, Encino, Studio City. I think Woodland Hills or Tarzana, Van Nuys maybe.

              1. re: 1munchy1

                I just ate at the Big Mama's in North Hollywood about two months ago and got the khachapouri for the first time. It's located on Lankershim a couple of blocks north of Skinny's. Skinny's is a bar that plays live music but serves no food. Some friends were playing there and since I was early I was looking for food. It's a big meal.

          2. re: Servorg

            Pizza Land on Laurel Canyon also makes those. Ive never tried them though, something about an egg on my pizza just doesn't sound quite right. But I've seen quite a few people order them.

        2. Went to Riva last night and OMG... their pizza was amazing and they offer Egg as a topping...

          --Dommy!

          1. 26 Beach has a breakfast pizza with either ham or bacon. They used to make a chorizo pizza, not sure if it still on the menu. www.26beach.com

            1. La Pizza Loca has chorizo available as a topping, but I have never tried it so don't know if it is any good

              1. Pizzeria Mozza does a 'za with Guanciali, Egg and Radicchio. Guanciali .... mmmm!

                1. FWIW, Whole Foods has pizza with eggs, bacon, sausage on Saturday and Sunday mornings. I have yet to try it.

                  1. I know Bossa Nova serves their pizza with egg on one of their pizzas.

                    http://www.bossanovafood.com/site/ind...

                    1. Little Dom's on Hillhurt in Los Feliz has a very good breakfast pizza. You can also "build your own". And they have a fabulous bloody mary!

                      1. Robano's in Toluca Lake has a breakfast pizza, can't vouch for it however. their regular pizza is pretty decent, and their courtyard is a pretty great place to watch football games, if you are in to that sort of thing.

                        1. I was asked once, "whats your culinary philosophy?", "anything fried or with a runny egg on it is good!".

                          1. UPDATE. I went to Lamp Post Pizza in El Monte today and learned that they do not make a breaskfast pizza that they offer to the public. When the employee told me that they make it on Saturday ,morning he assumed I understood that they do not open until 11:00 am and that he was talking about what the employees make to eat for breakfast as they ready the place to open They do offer a chorizo pizza but not with egg. .

                            Still I am glad I made the post because of all the list of places to try a breakfast pizza which resulted. That pic Servorg lposted is what I kinda what I saw in N.Y..-- looks so good. Thanks to you all.