Mack Kobbra's Profile
If u like NY style, Tomato Pie (in Silverlake and WeHo) and Mulberry St. (In Beverly Hills and Encino) are almost identical tasting and, I think, excellent NY style pizza. Nicky D's is good but kinda hit and miss. Casa Bianca is incredibly overrated and I don't like the cheese- too gooey and stays gooey even cold and the sauce has no flavor. And wtf canned mushrooms? I like the Capri in Highland Park better. Mazzarino's (haven't been in a while) good but nothing spectacular. Joe Peep's is just a ton of cheese, not my thing. Pizza Buona is good flavor if u like thicker crust but I agree the topping under the cheese thing is not my favorite approach as their pizza tends to be a bit soggy. Hard Times, Palermo,Barone's, Raffalo's, Michelangelo's, Crispy Crust (hate the cheese), Ruddeliss, are all decent but forgettable. Thin crust So Cal style I like Little Toni's in North Hollywood best, greasy but good- something about the peperoni is a little different, has a unique and delicious taste. Also recommend the original Petrini's in Santa Barbara, another uniquely delicious, garlicy thin crust pizza that tastes like no one else.