Los Angeles is a hub for countless pursuits from that of the greatest cinema in the world to the endless activities that come with having incredible beaches. One of the most prevalent of these pursuits that may not come to mind first is that of great food. You can find incredible food from all over the world throughout Los Angeles, especially when it comes to Italian food and pizza specifically. While there are endless amazing places to get a delicious slice of pizza. The following are some of the best in town.

Sotto

This is arguably the most celebrated pizza in town. It all starts with the cooking methods within a Stefano Ferrara oven that was imported from Italy. It is through this style of cooking that this pizza gets a one of a kind flavor. The best example of the difference that this oven makes is in the crust which is crispy on the outside but more damp and chewy in the center, with blackened spots throughout. Add made from scratch sauce, creamy ricotta cheese, and the finest ingredients to top it off, and you have one of the best pies in town. Find it at 9575 Pico Blvd.

Jon and Vinny’s

There are many things that go into making a great pizza, but the focus here is the dough. All of the dough that these pizzas are made with rests for 48 hours before being cooked in the gas and wood powered stone oven. The result is a crispy crust that provides that subtle earthy tang. You will find pizzas with subtle flavor along with those that pack a big punch. One of the classics here is the White Lightning Pizza with mozzarella, ricotta, garlic, onion, oregano, and pickled jalapenos. Find this and much more at 412 N Fairfax Ave.

Pizzeria Mozza

The crust at Pizzeria Mozza is famous across the city. This dense and chewy crust is full of those delightful air pockets that make bread what it is. The sauce is vibrant and made from scratch and the pizza benefits in taste and aesthetic by mounds of melted cheese. This is perhaps the closest you can get to authentic Italian pizza in Los Angeles. Find this one of a kind classic at 641 N Highland Ave.

For every pizza restaurant mentioned here, there are many more that are serving up something completely unique and delicious. Visit one of the restaurants mentioned above or countless others, and you are sure to enjoy a meal that will satisfy even the most experienced pizza lover. No matter how you slice it, Los Angeles is one of the best places in the world to be if you are craving pizza.