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16 Local Pizzerias to Order Delivery From Instead of the Big Chains

Cave to those pizza cravings this weekend

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A blistered Roberta’s pizza.
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Yep, everyone is still eating lots (and lots) of pizza during the ongoing pandemic, especially as the weather turns colder and people gather in their homes to either watch some prestige television or spend time with friends and family. And with a rare early-season blustery winter storm dropping rain and a few tree branches around greater Los Angeles, now is a perfect time to skip the store, forego the fancy dinner outfit, and just snag some delivery pizza from a nearby LA pizzeria. Here now are some (but by no means all) of the city’s best places to get a pizza delivered, tonight.

Removed: 786 Degrees, Fingers Crossed, Quarter Sheets, Antico, Pizzana, Flame, Casa Bianca Pizza Pie, Hail Mary, Superfine

Added: Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co., Roberta’s, Cosa Buona, GTA, Vittoria Pizza, South Bay Pizza, Me-n-Ed’s Pizza Parlor

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Prime Pizza

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Prime Pizza is selling plenty of Sicilian-style pizzas (and lots of other styles) from its multiple locations, including Burbank and the team’s most recent opening, West LA.

Pizza Wagon of Brooklyn

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Family-owned Pizza Wagon of Brooklyn is going strong through the pandemic. The Sherman Oaks pizzeria is open daily for takeout and delivery, with plenty of cheese included.

LBK Pizza

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LBK is the kind of family-friendly pizza takeaway that every neighborhood deserves. Pies come out hot and fast here, and on busy days there can be a bit of a wait, so order ahead to enjoy at home.

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LBK Pizza
LBK

DTown Pizzeria

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Even as Los Angeles continues to aded more square pie spots at a record-breaking clip, real ones know that it’s hard to be DTown. As the name implies, this Detroit-style spot comes from a real Michigander in chef Ryan Ososky, and is still one of the best quarantine pickups there is.

Pepperoni pizza at Dtown Pizzeria in West Hollywood.
Dtown Pizzeria
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Chef Daniel Cutler’s pizzas boast inventive toppings and supple but charred crusts, making for some of the best delivery and takeout pizza anywhere in Los Angeles.

Cosa Buona

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Wood-fired pizzas are the thing at Cosa Buona, Echo Park’s corner operation that also offers delivery drinks and other at-home staples like mozzarella sticks.

Pizza and salad at Cosa Buona in Echo Park
Cosa Buona.
Wonho Frank Lee

Vittoria Pizza

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Alhambra classic Vittoria Pizza has been turning out pies on Valley Boulevard for 37 years, no small feat in such a crowded local pizzeria field. Build your own pizza or opt for one of the specialized flavor combos on the old-school menu.

Apollonia's Pizzeria

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Square slice favorites Apollonias is up and running from Wednesday through Sunday. On the menu are impossibly decadent, crispy-saucy-cheesy pies for takeout and in-house delivery.

Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.

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This Boyle Heights option is known for its blistered crusts and unique flavor combinations, moving from classics like the O.G. with pepperoni to mole, pink vodka sauce, pesto crusts, and more.

For fantastic pizza on an iconic street corner in Boyle Heights: Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co.
Matthew Kang

Vito's Pizza

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Classic New York City-style pizza joint Vito’s has multiple locations around town — from its West Hollywood original to the Westside and Downtown. The large, thin crust pies are terrific for sharing with the family.

Roberta's

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Brooklyn expats Roberta’s knows its way around a wood-fired oven, turning out smaller, heavily-charred pizzas with an array of toppings for local pickup or delivery from the greater Culver City area.

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A blistered Roberta’s pizza.
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Gjelina Take Away

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Casual offshoot Gjelina Take Away (otherwise known at GTA) offers some of the crustiest and most flavorful pizza on the Westside for delivery.

Gjelina Take Away pizza in a box ready to be picked up, at night.
GTA
Gjelina Take Away

Venice’s new Ospi traffics in a different kind of pie, an ultra-light, super-crispy pizza style little seen in Los Angeles. Don’t be afraid to add a few sides of pasta for take home perfection.

Me-n-Ed's Pizza Parlor

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This Lakewood staple offers ‘California-style’ pizzas as a build-your-own model, or with pre-made combos like the triple threat with loads of cheese and three kinds of meat.

South Bay Pizza

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Keep it simple with South Bay Pizza, a staple Redondo option for wings and lightly burnished pies. Create your own, opt for the meat lovers, or go vegan — it’s all possible here.

Little Coyote

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For a taste of some of the best new pizzas in Los Angeles, look no further than Long Beach’s Little Coyote. The New York-style pizzeria comes from Hatchett Hall alums Jonathan Strader and Jack Leahy.

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Little Coyote
Matthew Kang

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Prime Pizza

Prime Pizza is selling plenty of Sicilian-style pizzas (and lots of other styles) from its multiple locations, including Burbank and the team’s most recent opening, West LA.

Pizza Wagon of Brooklyn

Family-owned Pizza Wagon of Brooklyn is going strong through the pandemic. The Sherman Oaks pizzeria is open daily for takeout and delivery, with plenty of cheese included.

LBK Pizza

LBK
LBK Pizza
LBK

LBK is the kind of family-friendly pizza takeaway that every neighborhood deserves. Pies come out hot and fast here, and on busy days there can be a bit of a wait, so order ahead to enjoy at home.

LBK
LBK Pizza
LBK

DTown Pizzeria

Pepperoni pizza at Dtown Pizzeria in West Hollywood.
Dtown Pizzeria
[Official Photo]

Even as Los Angeles continues to aded more square pie spots at a record-breaking clip, real ones know that it’s hard to be DTown. As the name implies, this Detroit-style spot comes from a real Michigander in chef Ryan Ososky, and is still one of the best quarantine pickups there is.

Pepperoni pizza at Dtown Pizzeria in West Hollywood.
Dtown Pizzeria
[Official Photo]

Ronan

Chef Daniel Cutler’s pizzas boast inventive toppings and supple but charred crusts, making for some of the best delivery and takeout pizza anywhere in Los Angeles.

Cosa Buona

Pizza and salad at Cosa Buona in Echo Park
Cosa Buona.
Wonho Frank Lee

Wood-fired pizzas are the thing at Cosa Buona, Echo Park’s corner operation that also offers delivery drinks and other at-home staples like mozzarella sticks.

Pizza and salad at Cosa Buona in Echo Park
Cosa Buona.
Wonho Frank Lee

Vittoria Pizza

Alhambra classic Vittoria Pizza has been turning out pies on Valley Boulevard for 37 years, no small feat in such a crowded local pizzeria field. Build your own pizza or opt for one of the specialized flavor combos on the old-school menu.

Apollonia's Pizzeria

Square slice favorites Apollonias is up and running from Wednesday through Sunday. On the menu are impossibly decadent, crispy-saucy-cheesy pies for takeout and in-house delivery.

Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.

For fantastic pizza on an iconic street corner in Boyle Heights: Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co.
Matthew Kang

This Boyle Heights option is known for its blistered crusts and unique flavor combinations, moving from classics like the O.G. with pepperoni to mole, pink vodka sauce, pesto crusts, and more.

For fantastic pizza on an iconic street corner in Boyle Heights: Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co.
Matthew Kang

Vito's Pizza

Classic New York City-style pizza joint Vito’s has multiple locations around town — from its West Hollywood original to the Westside and Downtown. The large, thin crust pies are terrific for sharing with the family.

Roberta's

Robertas Pizza
A blistered Roberta’s pizza.
Eater NY

Brooklyn expats Roberta’s knows its way around a wood-fired oven, turning out smaller, heavily-charred pizzas with an array of toppings for local pickup or delivery from the greater Culver City area.

Robertas Pizza
A blistered Roberta’s pizza.
Eater NY

Gjelina Take Away

Gjelina Take Away pizza in a box ready to be picked up, at night.
GTA
Gjelina Take Away

Casual offshoot Gjelina Take Away (otherwise known at GTA) offers some of the crustiest and most flavorful pizza on the Westside for delivery.

Gjelina Take Away pizza in a box ready to be picked up, at night.
GTA
Gjelina Take Away

Ospi

Venice’s new Ospi traffics in a different kind of pie, an ultra-light, super-crispy pizza style little seen in Los Angeles. Don’t be afraid to add a few sides of pasta for take home perfection.

Me-n-Ed's Pizza Parlor

This Lakewood staple offers ‘California-style’ pizzas as a build-your-own model, or with pre-made combos like the triple threat with loads of cheese and three kinds of meat.

South Bay Pizza

Keep it simple with South Bay Pizza, a staple Redondo option for wings and lightly burnished pies. Create your own, opt for the meat lovers, or go vegan — it’s all possible here.

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Little Coyote

A stack of white boxes of pizza with olives on the topmost pie.
Little Coyote
Matthew Kang

For a taste of some of the best new pizzas in Los Angeles, look no further than Long Beach’s Little Coyote. The New York-style pizzeria comes from Hatchett Hall alums Jonathan Strader and Jack Leahy.

A stack of white boxes of pizza with olives on the topmost pie.
Little Coyote
Matthew Kang

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