Pitfire Artisan Pizza
- Extra Phones:
Fax: (213) 808-1201
- Payment method:
- visa, amex, cash, discover, mastercard
- Historic Core, Downtown Los Angeles, Central La, Central LA, Gallery Row
Pitfire Pizza Company
Pitfire Pizza Co Inc
Pitifire Artisan Pizza
- Caterers, Pizza, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Validated
Wi-Fi: No, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Family Style, Sandwiches, Italian, European, Vegetarian, Continental, Pizza, Omelets
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Posted: 10/5/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Went in around 11:30 and ordered and sat at a booth. About five minutes late this douche who must have fancied himself a manager asked me if I was dining alone. I said I was, so he asked me to move to a smaller table since they got busy at lunch time. There were about 20 empty tables and booths at this time. Unfortunately I didn't tell him to get me a refund so I could leave, but instead moved to a two seater table and ate my lunch. By the time I left at 11:45 there were three new tables. Two booths had filled with two people each, the exact number my new table held also. So basically this douche pissed off a customer and lost any future business for nothing. Way to go. Hope you get Manager of the Year!
Posted: 4/3/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My real rating would hover around a 3.7. I like this place, it's clean bright, cheery and a perfect place for a lunch break downtown. Parking can be a bit of a pain at times, but the quick service here makes up for it. I always order the same this here the BBQ Salad hold the chicken and cheese which they serve with a piece of fresh baked focaccia that's pretty darn good. The Tuscan bean soup here is tasty too. I also hear that the pizza's are very good. It's a solid place, nothing out of this world, but when you work downtown, you're very grateful for places like these. The service is fast and friendly and the food always tastes fresh.
Posted: 2/8/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Hit or miss.
We occasionally order from Pitfire and it's off and on. Tonight we ordered a pizza and added extra ingredients.
There were four olives to spots with cheese and basically we received bread with red sauce on it... for 11 bucks.
Pasta is great, then arrives cold. Sometimes the order is full, other times it's 1/2 the size.
There needs to be some SERIOUS management and food policy changes. This is literally the umpteenth time they have given us a totally deranged order from what we could get from Pizza Hut. Next time, order Pizza Hut or Rocket Pizza. 100 times better.
Posted: 5/4/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My co-workers and I would go to Pitfire at least once a week. It's quick...you order at the counter and then seat yourself. My favorite lunch dishes are:
-BBQ Chicken Salad...no longer on the menu =(
They also have a stamp card (I believe you buy 10 items and then get 1 free) & also have a KCRW discount.
Posted: 3/24/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Went to this restaurant for lunch, with a colleague. I had the turkey meatballs with their special tomato sauce and my colleague had a sausage pizza. We both loved our dishes. It has a very cool decor and they offer daily freshly made Sangria. Huge selection of beers and wines. The staff shared with me there is a happy hour during Monday - Friday. Our firm may check it out after our busy season.
Posted: 2/6/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Great food, although the ingredients on the menu look yummier than what is actually on the plate. Overall the pizza is ok, and service is only slightly better. I've had the food delivered four times and each time there was a problem. They've forgotten an item, or the pizza is cold. For the most part, ordering over the phone with a credit card is a nightmare. It's so noisy in there and they can't hear your order or credit card. I've had to repeat myself many times. If you're gonna have lunch, go there rather than ordering... the food is better and you won't have to yell on the phone (that includes ordering online, as the system is not fool-proof).
Posted: 1/18/2009Provided by Citysearch -
A friend of mine and I decided to tread the infamous Art Walk in DTLA and stumbled upon this place. It was conviently located on our tour of the galleries. Let me just say it was amazing!
After reviewing the menu selection (all gourmet inspired food) We decided on on sharing a garlic steak panini and a Mediterranean salad. The ingredients were fresh, the food wasn't expensive and the atmosphere was great! Try their sangria.
Hint: Although parking can be a nightmare in Downtown, I found out that parking is free on the street meters after 5 p.m. on either Spring or Los Angeles. Just a couple blocks from Pitfire.
Check it out!