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Settebello, Pizzeria Mozza, or others?

Hey guys

So I'm looking for a pizza place, and will be consuming equal parts pizza and wine+dessert. (Most likely 1 app, 1 pizza, some wine, and several desserts)

I've been to mozza before, but never been to settebello. Open to other suggestions too!

*edited to make it less confining.

Thank You!

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  1. With those parameters, Mozza. Pizza alone, Settebello.

    1. neither -- olio much better on pizza. for deserts not as good, but a damn fine chocolate pizza thing.

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      1. re: jessejames

        I think it impossible that Olio is much better on pizza than Settebello, but your comment has inspired me to try it.

        1. re: set0312

          i love it, takes like 3 minutes to cook in that wood burning oven -- i like the marguerita one or the one with the fennel pepperoni. nice beer/wine choices. very very casual. hope you do enjoy. re settlebello, olio wins out for me based on being very close to our crib, so i get to enjoy it often. settebello not shabby by any means!

      2. This would be *my* ranking based on your parameters (pizze/vino/dolci):

        1. Pizzeria Mozza
        2. Sotto
        3. Settebello
        4. Bestia
        5. Milo & Olive

        *Mother Dough would've made the list, but their desserts kind of suck. I take that back. Their dolci suck a lot.

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        1. re: ipsedixit

          re: milo & olive
          in particular, i think their anchovy pizza is the best in town.

          1. re: westsidegal

            I'm a simple person, but if I could eat their Bianca pies all day long (and not throw up after about 10 of them), I would.

          2. re: ipsedixit

            Yahh, sure.

            You are a simple person with refined tastes who eats at some of the finest restaurants in L.A. and New York and other places in the world.

            Oh, and you have a degenerate love for McDonald's Filet-of-Fish sandwiches, the flaw that makes you human.

            ;)

          3. For something different, I would recommend Pizzeria Il Fico on Robertson. They have a good selection of apps and desserts. Great pastas too

            1. Also recommend Sotto. Especially if wine is involved. I like the wine selection at Sotto better than Pizzeria Mozza. Ask for help from the sommelier. The Margherita (soft wet center) is delicious and I usually drink it with the COS frappato. Reasonably priced. Hard to go wrong with the combo. Sneak in an order of the rigatoni with chicken livers and maitake mushrooms.