Tried this hip new California cleanse this weekend.
Margherita pizza at Ugo in downtown Culver City. Good pizza, but if you want something of equal or better quality for half the price, hit up 800 Degrees in Westwood.
Third Wednesday special was 2-for-1, so we couldn’t pass that up. Try the gelato.
Matt asked me if I wanted in on this Paul’s Special from LaRocco’s in Culver City and I passed but that was like a half hour ago when I wasn’t hungry guess what now I’m hungry. Whoops.
#Margherita #pizza from #EnjoEAT in Culver City. Super thin. Super #creamy. Definitely #tasty. Recommended!! (at EnjoEAT Classico)
White Top at Blaze Pizza in Culver City. White cream sauce and mozzarella with bacon, pesto, garlic, oregano and arugula.
LA does it’s own thing. It’s own fancier, slightly more expensive thing. There shouldn’t be a point to make any sort of comparison. They are right about the hot dogs, though. Nathan’s is probably the only holdout in the old NY hot dog scene.
Note: the Jewish deli section totally overlooks the Pico/Robertson - Miracle Mile stretch of wonderful Jewish delis that provide a much better deli experience than Jerry’s.
Pepe’s on Central Ave. in Yonkers. Spinach & mushroom white and clam (with tasty tasty garlic) pictured. Not pictured: original plain.
Happy hour @ The Arsenal on Pico in Santa Monica!
S’that supposed to be some kind of fancy-ass west coast pizza? Looks like something the dog threw up. Stop lying to yourself, Chris. You’re better than that. Come on now.
Technically, margherita pizza. Y’know, that Italian style pizza. But this was definitely not a pro-level personal pie. However, after a couple beers it’s definitely something I’d throw together (and not up). For the record, it’s not a pizza place. it’s a $3 nice beer place.