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De Sano Pizza Bakery

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This sounds promising. Located on Santa Monica Blvd, near Normandie in East Hollywood, it has some things going for it.

Hope it's open tomorrow:

http://www.eatingla.blogspot.com/2014...

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  1. Oh, and the website with the all-important menu:

    http://desanopizza.it/

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    1. re: SilverlakeGirl

      Looks REALLY good!

      1. re: VenusCafe

        I love CANNOLI. This is over the top ... I want one.

        http://www.urbanspoon.com/rph/61/1784...

        1. re: SilverlakeGirl

          have you seen Factory Kitchen's amazeball canoli?
          http://sinosoul.com/wp-content/upload...

    2. I saw that as we'll! I'll bookmark it on yelp. Please report back if you go soon.

      1. I went there on Saturday right when it opened. Had the small Margherita with pepperoni. It was really fascinating to see them make the pizza in front of me. I got to talk with the owner, he said that everything is imported from Italy. I was amazed to see my pizza cooked in two minutes. It comes out in a very thin crust, but I got to say that I've never been so impressed with a pizza. Everything came together absolutely right. I definitely will be back. They make the real thing. You'll never think of Dominos, Pizza Hut or Papa John's again!

        NOTE--They are closed on Sundays.

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        1. re: JosephEBacon

          Thank you.

          Here s a photographic montage:

          http://bunboyeatsla.com/index.php/201...

          I am unaffiliated.

        2. I stopped in today and I am happy to report it is a great addition to this side of town. I am not a connoisseur of Neapolitan pizza by any means, but I find it a step above 800 degrees, and at a better price point and equal to Mother Dough.
          You order at a counter, the young woman working was knowledgable and helpful. I had a bianca pizza and spinach salad. The crust was charred and chewy. The salad was a bit meh, with a heavy balsamic dressing.
          The space is HUGE. They are applying for a beer and wine license. I can see this place hoping once it is granted.
          I would love to hear other Chowhounds take on the pizza that are more knowledgeable on Neapolitan style.