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sloanedone Oct 11, 2009 01:18 PM

Made the trek out to Santa Monica Saturday night and was surprised to find the new place fairly busy. Seems like an okay place to get a pie and some beers and the staff was friendly.

The Chicago-style pizza 12 inches, with lots of cheese and chunky tomato sauce that could use a little more spice. The outside edge is a little odd -- it's more like a fat, doughy NY-style crust. But it all tastes pretty good. It's better than Stone/Oak Fire Pizza and BJ's (no surprise there).

The NY pie did not fair as well. Tasteless, crunchy crust and a mild cheese flavor that overwhelms the nearly invisible sauce. Toppings didn't seem special, either. Wouldn't get the NY stuff again -- ever.

Santa Monica may finally have an option if you're looking for fatty, chunky Chicago-style, but those in search of NY pies will still be heading to Joe's.

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    yangro Dec 27, 2009 08:00 PM

    Weird, everyone's got their preferences. I thought the NY style was better than avg for LA. I'd say that Joe's in SM is the best NY pizza in the area by far, but NY&C is decently good.

    On the other hand, thought the Chicago style was....kinda bad. Smothered in tomatoes, crush was eh. Definitely doesn't compare to Little Star up in the Bar Area, at all.

    Does anyone know of any quality Chicago style pizzerias in LA?

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      Harry Nile Dec 27, 2009 08:25 PM

      "Does anyone know of any quality Chicago style pizzerias in LA?"

      Which kind of "Chicago style" pizza? Deep-dish (as at Pizzeria Uno and Due, e.g.)? Stuffed (Giordano's and Nancy's, e.g.)? Flat (undoubtedly, the most popular style in Chicago itself)? Etc.

      Oh, I forgot to answer your question: No.

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        Wolfgang Jan 6, 2010 08:49 AM

        I had a couple pepperoni slices on NYE.
        The crust was good; the pepperoni was average and a little sparse; the cheese is mildly average; the sauce was way too sweet and ruined the pizza for me. I won't go back unless it's late at night and they're the only game in town. And even then I must just go without.

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          apple7blue Jun 3, 2010 01:54 AM

          I doubt it. It--flat being the most popular style in Chicago itself . . .

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            RSMBob Jun 4, 2010 08:45 PM

            Yes, it's true...thin crust (usually cut into "squares" represents 80-85% of all pizza sold in the Chicago area according to industry experts. There are a multitude of well-known places for "tin crust" or bar/tavern style pizza. The deep dish/stuffed just gets more of the attention as "Chicago-style" because of its relative uniqueness.

            That being said...in SoCal my favorite thin crust "Chicago Style" is Casa Bianca in Eagle Rock and for stuffed/deep dish it's Tony's Little Italy in Placentia.

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            627 S San Jacinto Ave, San Jacinto, CA 92583

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              epop Jun 6, 2010 01:51 AM

              you'd think a place like this would make the Chicago flat square cut pizza. At least there's Casa Bianca. Meanwhile a shipment from Aurelio's arriving on ice this week.

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                apple7blue Jul 19, 2010 06:22 AM

                I guess by popular I meant by people who had taste haha . . . sorry, but percentage of pizza sold--you didn't cite what study or what industry experts, experts tell me 76% of all statistics are made up, haha--do not make for most popular as in the pizza most people would go for had they the choice. My reasoning for this is that Domino's, Pizza Hut, Papa John's dominate pizza sales, but I don't think people given the choice would choose them over places like Abbot Pizza Co or Berry's on Third, etceteras. But you may well be right, Chicago's mistake . . .

                Ugh! Casa Bianca?? That just creates suspicion in your taste for me. The pizza I got from there was so bad, and mentioning their thin crust, I am pretty sure that I could eat the cardboard box the pizza came in and not be able to tell the difference. I got to try Tony's Little Italy Pizza.

                Has anyone been to Prizzi's Piazza? They have a Chicago style deep dish pizza which is good. It's not really Chicago style because its too thin--but probably because they try to make it so it can fit the regular pizza boxes, but its the first place that I have been to that even resembles Chicago style pizza--well not the gross Casa Bianca kind lol . . .

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                Prizzi's Piazza
                5923 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028

                Tony's Little Italy Pizza
                1828 N Placentia Ave, Placentia, CA 92870

                Abbot's Pizza Co
                1407 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291

                Berry's Pizza Cafe
                8412 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048

                1. re: apple7blue
                  Servorg Jul 19, 2010 06:29 AM

                  Have you tried Masa in Echo Park for Chicago style deep dish pizza?

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                  Masa of Echo Park
                  1800 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

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                    apple7blue Jul 19, 2010 06:55 AM

                    No I haven't, thanks so much . . . seriously because of places like BJ's or our local Numero Uno chain, I have become frustrated and angry about trying to buy Chicago style deep dish pizza. I normally don't even mention deep dish, because a lot of people start bringing up Pizza Hut. I might fly into a homicidal rage at times like that . . . and no I won't kill you if Masa is disappointing, lol . . . I can make the pizza at home, but making chicago style pizza is a lot more work then normal pizza, and sometimes you can't be arsed to make more than a cheese and pickle sandwich even, you aren't going to bother to try to make Chicago style pizza then . . .

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                    Masa of Echo Park
                    1800 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

                    1. re: apple7blue
                      Servorg Jul 19, 2010 07:06 AM

                      A great deep dish pizza is worth a few death threats... ;-D>

                      If you do try it come back and post your thoughts here or start up a new thread. Always like reading new takes on old places. They also have a killer (lol) bread pudding for dessert.

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                        reality check Jul 19, 2010 10:42 AM

                        Like many people, you have confused Numero Uno with Pizzeria Uno. Numero Uno is nothing like real Chicago style deep dish pizza.

                        Casa Bianca is too inconsistent. Been there three times, two times pizza was bad. One time pizza was very good.

                        I go back and forth, between Masa and Tony's. I liked Tony's better, then I liked Masa's better.

                        Masa tells customers their pizza comes close to Lou Malnati's. Honestly, I haven't had Lou's in so long, I can't remember. But I like Masa and think they do the best Chicago style deep dish pizza in LA/OC area.

                        1. re: reality check
                          WildSwede Jul 19, 2010 05:38 PM

                          I remember liking Masa's pizza, altho as a rule, I tend to prefer thinner crusts and am not a huge fan of Chicago thick crust pizza in general. Yes, Servorg, Masa's bread pudding is the best. THE BEST!! My friend and I were going to go there a couple of weeks ago just for that but they were closed for the 4th of July holiday. Ended up having a very unsatisfactory meal at the Red Lion instead.
                          I, too, have heard that thin crust is the pizza of choice for Chicagoans. I think I actually read that on the Chicago board from the mouths of people who live there when I was doing pizza research for a trip to Chicago.

                          1. re: WildSwede
                            Servorg Jul 19, 2010 05:41 PM

                            Masa has pretty darn good thin crust pizza too (for those who don't like their pizza's to weigh more than they do... ;-D> )

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                              WildSwede Jul 19, 2010 05:42 PM

                              I didn't know that - have only been once with a large group and the thick crusts were ordered before we got there because of the 45 minute cooking time. I will have to try it - thanks Sevorg!!

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                            apple7blue Jul 19, 2010 11:53 PM

                            I didn't confuse it, their menu claims chicago style pizza, I didn't know this when I first went there but I think either on History Channel or Food network they discussed the number of copies of pizzerias spawning from Chicago, numero uno was one of them. If Numero Uno didn't claim chicago style pizza--their pizza is not only not chicago style its gross.

                            Thanks for further recc-y of those places, the more rec's the more I will make the effort to go.

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                              reality check Jul 20, 2010 10:34 AM

                              Yes, you did confuse it. It is Pizzeria Uno and Uno that are being copied.

                              There are many places that claim to be Chicago style deep dish pizza but they aren't even close. A place called Chicago Pizza in Santa Ana and Joe's Chicago Pizza in Upland, both claim to be Chicago style deep dish pizza but both had the same pizza as Numero Uno.

                              If you read Numero Uno's website they started in NORTHRIDGE, CA

                              http://www.numerounopizza.com/franchi...

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                                apple7blue Jul 25, 2010 09:14 AM

                                That's not what their takeout menu says, I can email you a scan.

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                              cls Jul 25, 2010 09:25 PM

                              To chime in on the Chicago debate, I recently did Uno's, Giordano's and then flew back and did Masa on consecutive nights in an attempt to fairly compare them. IMO Masa was the best of the three.
                              Casa Bianca? I'm sure there's pizza like it in Chicago but that doesn't make it good.

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                              Masa Restaurant
                              2063 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107

                               
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                                epop Jul 26, 2010 12:23 AM

                                two words missing at the end: TO ME

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                                  Servorg Jul 26, 2010 05:38 AM

                                  "two words missing at the end: TO ME"

                                  cls said "IMO" - if that doesn't clearly delineate that the poster was speaking only for themselves I'm not sure just what else you would need for them to say?

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                                    epop Jul 26, 2010 09:01 AM

                                    I can see your point but grammatically I read it as 'IMO Masa is the best of the three'. Then the Casa Bianca jab stood more independently. I'm not saying it is the pizza for everyone but it is the best of approximation of the Chicago flat pizza.

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                                    Masa Restaurant
                                    2063 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107

                                    1. re: epop
                                      Servorg Jul 26, 2010 09:14 AM

                                      "I'm not saying it is the pizza for everyone but it is the best of approximation of the Chicago flat pizza."

                                      Missing the "to me" disclaimer, aren't we? ;-D>

                                      Seriously, unless someone says "This is the best to everyone - no question about it" then we are all speaking for ourselves. And if someone does say "This it the best to everyone - no question..." then they are idiots, and don't need anyone of us to point it out. After all, who else could cls be speaking for? One voice, one opinion, one vote.

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                                        epop Jul 26, 2010 11:59 AM

                                        Touche! Yes, to me!

                                2. re: cls
                                  hnsbmg Jul 26, 2010 02:25 AM

                                  That's an interesting idea, cls, but how about a little more information for the curious?

                                  Are you saying that you ate at the original Uno at Ohio and Wabash in Chicago? (Unlike the rest of the chain, the two founding outlets -- Uno and Due -- have not grown their menus extensively as the franchise has grown to a couple-hundred restaurants and made numerous changes.) Also, which one of the many Giordano's did you visit?

                                  I've been comparing Los Angeles burger shops and, whenever possible, order my burger with the same toppings. Did you do something similar with the three pizza houses to get a fair comparison? Of course, you can go only so far -- Uno and Masa both make deep-dish pizza, but Masa uses a cornmeal crust. Giordano's stuffed pizza (I assume you didn't get their thin variety) is made differently yet again, with the fillings stuffed between bottom and top dough layers.

                                  I like your idea of direct inter-city comparisons and would appreciate a few more details on your methods.

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                                    cls Jul 26, 2010 08:29 AM

                                    Wow, methodology. Although I wanted a fair comparison, my goal was to enjoy the Chicago pizza as much as possible. I went to Giordano's on Rush and Uno on Ohio and ordered their special, stuffed (Masa doesn't use green peppers in their "Lotsa Meat" but it's as close a comparison as I could get off the menu. Definitely the Masa cornbread crust was tough to compare, so to take that out of the equation, I found the quality of ingredients much better at Masa. The green peppers in both Chicago places were bitter and strong tasting, to me a telltale sign that they weren't fresh. The tomatoes in the sauce were highly acidic, while Masa's were more sweet, also a sign of freshness. Lastly, the herbs at both the Chicago places were stronger in smell and more bitter in flavor than Masa. Not to say that Masa is using locally produced, fresh organic ingredients exclusively, but their overall quality I found to be higher resulting in a much better overall flavor.
                                    Along the same vein with Casa Bianca, I have the same problem. Cheap canned and prepackaged ingredients generally make for lousy food.

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                                    Masa Restaurant
                                    2063 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107

                                     
                                    1. re: cls
                                      Servorg Jul 26, 2010 08:32 AM

                                      I've posted several times of late recommending Masa. Nice to read your very thorough and well explained reasons for why you like it. I have to ask, did you try their brioche bread pudding? I know that is normally a difficult thing to do given the size and weight of the deep dish pizza. But I try to keep myself from "over eating" on the pizza just to save room for the bread pudding.

                                      In any event, nice review. Thanks for posting.

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                                      Masa Restaurant
                                      2063 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107

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                                        cls Jul 26, 2010 09:24 AM

                                        I'm all for the bread pudding at Masa.
                                        As some have stated, in many ways their pizza is not "true Chicago pizza," but I definitely prefer it.
                                        As an aside, when I spoke to a couple locals about the pizza comparison they groaned at the idea of Giordano's and Uno's. They said without trying Malnati's it was an unfair comparison.

                                        Maybe I can catch a flight to NYC soon.

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                                        Masa Restaurant
                                        2063 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107

                                        1. re: cls
                                          hnsbmg Jul 26, 2010 11:55 AM

                                          Thanks for the extended reply! I hope to be in Chicago in another month or so and will have to stop by a Giordano's and see how they're doing now that they've grown into a large (mainly local) chain. In the meantime, I'll try Masa's. Although I've never warmed up to cornmeal pizza, I do like many other cornmeal products, and maybe that crust has been waiting patiently for me.

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                                            kevin Jul 26, 2010 12:55 PM

                                            what about Tony's Little Italy in Placentia? That's pretty darn good pizza.

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                                            Little Italy
                                            627 S San Jacinto Ave, San Jacinto, CA 92583

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                                            apple7blue Jul 26, 2010 09:34 PM

                                            Did you mean Chicago? I got really excited when you said Masa was better than Chicago pizza. So in what ways is Masa not true Chicago pizza? Malnati's is the kind of pizza that looks like what my family makes at home, so that they may have a point. I've only seen it on tv though. Some of my family is from Chicago.

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                                apple7blue Jul 30, 2010 06:28 AM

                                Okay I hope this doesn't confuse other people reading this thread but yes I now have tried Masa in Echo Park for Chicago style deep dish pizza. Edit: I will post my thoughts when I can be arsed to do so.

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                                  Servorg Jul 30, 2010 06:35 AM

                                  You can always post a brand, spanking new review that (gasp!) stands alone in search of comments! ;-D> (in any case I look forward to reading it)

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                                epop Jul 19, 2010 05:21 PM

                                Casa Bianca is the closest to Aurelio's Pizza in Chicago. For those that like the latter the former is a must.

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                                  kevin Jul 19, 2010 07:56 PM

                                  i like casa bianca, so be it!!!

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                                    epop Jul 19, 2010 08:22 PM

                                    yes. Above someone accused me of having questionable taste.

                                    When I make pizza I make it more like Antica's, a three minute crisp with little cheese, like the best in Italy. But I also love Casa Bianca.

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                                      Servorg Jul 19, 2010 08:29 PM

                                      "Above someone accused me of having questionable taste."

                                      That comment was not directed at you.

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                                        epop Jul 20, 2010 10:00 AM

                                        Apple7blue's post followed mine, so I assumed it was referring to me, and to people who like casa bianca.

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                                          Servorg Jul 20, 2010 10:04 AM

                                          "...so I assumed..."

                                          Just one more illustration of the truth behind the old adage regarding the word "assume"... ;-D>

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                                            kevin Jul 20, 2010 12:50 PM

                                            ah, the old adage.

                                            and to keep this chowish, for the people who like bianca, what topping's do you like on there, or do you prefer it au natural?

                                            1. re: kevin
                                              Servorg Jul 20, 2010 12:53 PM

                                              I'm a sausage, mushrooms, onions and garlic sort of guy. But sometimes I load on other toppings, which gets my wife exercised about making the pie "too wet" and "then it starts!" ;-D>

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                                                kevin Jul 20, 2010 12:55 PM

                                                pies that are wet are worthless, absolutely worthless. that's why i usually order the fried eggplant on there (though that makes the pie way too greasy and heavy) and perhaps some black olives. but otherwise tomatoes, green peppers, mushrooms, and onions just make it too darn wet.

                                                1. re: kevin
                                                  Servorg Jul 20, 2010 01:03 PM

                                                  One of the biggest offenders for us (although we both enjoy the taste) is adding artichoke hearts to the mix.

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                                                    apple7blue Jul 25, 2010 09:17 AM

                                                    A wet soggy pizza sucks kevin, but some people know how to use those toppings on pizzas--Old Town Domenico's could make a great vegetarian pizza chock full of veggies, but I tried to get the same pizza from the other related Domenico's and they couldn't do it.

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                                                  epop Jul 25, 2010 12:04 PM

                                                  mushroom, green pepper, olives and hot pepper. Cut in squares is a must. And crispy requested too.

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                                                    apple7blue Jul 26, 2010 09:45 PM

                                                    I ordered that pizza from them and it was honestly gross. Not the square part, I don't think they cut it square. The crust literally tasted like cardboard. it was so bad epop, sometimes you might chalk a bad experience as just that--but this was so bad I am not willing to take the risk--of like $20 or whatever I spent. I sincerely doubt asking for square slices would make it good.
                                                    I thought you would have mentioned sausages because a lot of the people who like their pizza mention that.

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                                                      epop Jul 27, 2010 10:36 AM

                                                      I don't eat pork so can't vouch for the sausage.

                                                      The crust could be better but if you ask for it to be crispy then it is delicious (or at least better), to some of us. It isn't Antica or Mozza. It is a homey cheesy pizza that takes a long time to bake and reminds me of a hundred different pizzas in Chicago. It isn't for everybody but every time I've taken people there we've had a ball.

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                                                        apple7blue Jul 27, 2010 03:33 PM

                                                        I did say crispy, because he asked me how I wanted the crust. I am definitely not an impatient person who hurried them. Anyway, I thought it was funny you order the same topping that I did--I thought maybe my pizza was bad because of my toppings when I was considering in hindsight. Though I also asked the manager, who took my order, what vegetarian toppings he would recommend--he said they were all good.

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                                                          epop Jul 27, 2010 06:13 PM

                                                          I'd say it isn't your cup of tea.

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                                                            apple7blue Jul 27, 2010 06:18 PM

                                                            Especially since I don't drink tea . . . heh

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                                                              epop Jul 28, 2010 12:50 PM

                                                              funny. Then especially so, yes.

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                                                        cls Jul 27, 2010 08:00 PM

                                                        IMO, what you got is typical. Not a fluke order. Most positive reviews of the place I have read usually are along the lines of: the pizza is good because it reminds me of... usually it's not a quality assessment.

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                                      chowchi1 Jul 19, 2010 08:37 PM

                                      Love Casa Bianca as it is the closest to Chicago style thin-crust as well as the Italian sausage in LA. FInally tried Masa again after many years and was pleasantly surprised. The crust and flavor reminded me of a cross between Malnati's and Giordano's. After having the pizza I did not have my craving for Chicago deep dish which a good thing. I've never heard of of thick style Chicago pizza maybe deep dish and stuffed as well as thin crust but not thick style!

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                                        WildSwede Jul 20, 2010 10:07 AM

                                        I think you can figure out what I meant, right? And I do think that THICK is a very dead on description of it too.

                              4. GenevieveCa Oct 12, 2009 10:54 AM

                                went for lunch with my husband on friday. It was rather busy once we were seated, the wings hadn't been delivered, the italian beef wasn't ready... tad dissapointing.

                                we settled on some NY slices and a pizza sandwich.

                                i liked the dough on the slices, maybe a bit too stretched out in the middle in comparaison with the thick edges. the cheese was good and plentiful. the sauce however had this burnt tomato paste after taste that wasn't good.

                                20 minutes of waiting for 2 cheese slices?? come on! I know they just opened but...

                                Husband had the sandwich, bread was ok, sauce was same as on pizza, sausage and pepperoni are so full of fennel you can't taste anything else.

                                Might try the chicago style at some point, but this isn't a place i would go back to unless someone i was with REALLY insisted on it. I can do much better at home.

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                                  chowchi1 Oct 11, 2009 04:54 PM

                                  Had the deep dish pizza today with a fairly large crowd for Sunday lunch. What sticks out immediately is the chunky tomato sauce with a good bite that definitely defines this pizza. I had sausage and green peppers but pretty much had to search for the sausage which has some flavor but not robust by any means. The green pepper had flavor but not very visible. Agree with the comment on the crust -- it is sort of doughy, fluffy with little taste, and is not a firmly defined crust albeit Lou Malanati's or Gino's East. Overall, I enjoyed the pizza given I have not found much like this anywhere in LA. What was most interesting to me was observing the crowd was definitely here for the pizza and seemed enthused by the experience. I'll try the NY style at a future date.

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                                    Bria Silbert Oct 11, 2009 09:22 PM

                                    I agree that the NY style wasn't authentic but I liked the taste of the crush and the freshness of the ingredients and the pull of the cheese. We had one NY and one Chicago and two salads (both of which were very fresh and not overly dressed).

                                    My two quibbles - no knives and plates way too small and secondly, the price of the pies is rather high and are only offered in one size.

                                    I still liked it better than the other pizzas in the West LA / Santa Monica area though and thought the staff was incredibly friendly and accommodating.

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                                      mdpilam Oct 12, 2009 12:23 AM

                                      Re: the price:

                                      I don't recall the price of the NY style, but the Chicago style was similarly priced to Zachary's in the Bay Area (which I compare Chicago style to), but I believe it was smaller.

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                                    mdpilam Oct 11, 2009 02:32 PM

                                    Yeah, I went on Friday night, and was mildly impressed. We went with the Chicago style, and we were warned about how long it might take since it was pretty busy, and the kind waitress even told us we'd probably get some complimentary garlic knots - we didn't mind the wait though, so we ordered a couple beers and relaxed. The pizza arrived and the first thing I noticed was the tomatoes: very fresh tasting and sweet and a bit acidic. They overwhelmed the rest of the toppings (pepperoni, mushrooms - which were cut up too small, onions and cheese), but we didn't really mind, since they were good. My complaint about the pizza though, is the crust. It was a bit soft; it lacked the crispness of a well cooked crust. Also the crust was rather tasteless. I should say that my experience with Chicago style pizza is limited to Zachary's and Little Star in the Bay Area; both of which I love and think are great. Both are clearly better than NY & C, but NY & C gives a respectable Chicago style pizza in LA. Oh, we never did get any garlic knots :(

                                    Oh, and although we didn't order any NY slices, they didn't look great (at other people's tables), but take that with a grain of salt...

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                                      yogachik Oct 11, 2009 02:02 PM

                                      I disagree. Was there earlier today and got a slice of the NY sausage and peppers and it was FANTASTIC!

                                      The tomato sauce is tart and yet sweet, which really makes this a treat. The crust is crunchy and the best part: the peppers were a little crunchy, too. They weren't smothered and limp like so many places, but had some pop.

                                      My one complaint: full pizza is $27.

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