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Prime Pizza Hones Little Tokyo’s Slice Skills Tomorrow

Inside the Fairfax shop’s second location in Downtown

Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
Prime Pizza, Little Tokyo

It’s high time the world got another Prime Pizza to enjoy. The Fairfax slice shop has been doing their thing for over three years, but as of this week pushes into new territory in the heart of Little Tokyo.

The new Prime Pizza is a larger, more expanded universe for pizzas and sides. The place covers roughly 1,500 square feet and actually offers some seating both indoors and out, as well as the regular stand-up slice rail prominent at the first location. There’s room for a classic Ms. Pac-Man sit-down cabinet arcade game as well.

As for the Prime Pizza menu, expect the usual slices and whole pies from co-owners Zak Fishman and James Starr and culinary lead Noah Galuten, with a growing list of available options for thicker square (otherwise known as grandma and sicilian) pizzas. There will also be room to permanently offer things like meatball subs, a Philly-style roast pork sandwich, and classics like a caesar salad. The full menu board is below.

Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
Prime Pizza’s menu

Prime Pizza Little Tokyo officially opens tomorrow, keeping hours from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Options for late-night dining and delivery will be added in the next month or so.

Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
141 S. Central Ave.
Los Angeles, CA

Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
Seating at Prime Pizza
Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
The dining room
Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
The exterior
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