Lamonica's New York Pizza
1015 Gayley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone: (310) 208-7231
Primary Phone: (310) 208-6044
Phone: (310) 208-5535
Phone: (310) 208-6044
Lamonica's NY Pizza
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Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Fast Food, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
Pets Allowed: No
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11/01/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Originally from NY, I expected better. The place was dirty, tables filthy, and we had to clean our own. Value for the one topping slice was worthless. The server/cashier was a ditz. Only dough/crust, was acceptable, but the server did not put the spinach on top of our white pizza. At first we thought the dark green parsley bits in the cheese must be the spinach, but when we walked out, the server was giving others mounds of spinach and when we complained the mgr was belligerent and yelled. I don't care how many stars have gone here never again! They must be pocketing their cash only business too!!
10/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Pizza place is simple, with a good selection. They heat it up upon order. You feel like you're in NY with its decor, though they are decorated with pictures of the london subway.
I haven't been back in awhile, since the good 'ol college days. But I stop by anytime I'm in town.
02/12/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We have an account with LaMonica's here at UCLA. They deliver pizza to us every week. You'd think they'd be grateful for the business and try to get her on time BEFORE the seminar starts as we request they do. Today the delivery guy was half an hour late! When he showed up he wasn't the slightest bit apologetic. We asked if he was lost (you can excuse a new guy who doesn't know the campus too well) and he shrugged it off and said, ""no, the traffic was bad."" Well maybe if he left early (we gave them two hours from the time the order was placed) the traffic wouldn't have been so bad! Unbelievable. When we called earlier to find out where the dude was the woman taking the order (after keeping me on hold for 5 minutes) simply stated, ""he left already"" then hung up on me!
Oh, as for the quality of the pizza -- it's strictly mediocre, greasy, dorm room stuff you get when it's 3 AM and you have no other choice (not that they'd be open that late but you get the picture).
If you want quality, I'd suggest traveling to Echo Park for Masa of Echo Park! Now there is some tasty pizza...
11/10/2008Provided by Citysearch -
After soccer practice, I needed to find a pizza place for the 15 kids in the back of my van. On my left, I suddenly see this pizza restaurant sign and I yell ""Pizza Guys?"" The answer was ""Yeeeeeeeeah!"" So we stopped there and I was able to feed everyone of these little monkeys for only $25. Rad!
07/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
So there I was reading the local raves about Lamonica's New York PIzza in Westwood, Ca.. So, I call them and they answer with a yes to all the major questions, ie; delivery, delivery to my area,etc. So we get the pizza designed,they take my info ,so far so good and the nice lady says to me, ""Cash Only"". Cash Only?. Are you serious?. How do you stay in business?. She laughed. She added that even if I ate there I would have to pay with cash.
What a waste of time!. So,while I can't comment on the food I can say with certainty that this place has to be losing business in droves.
So,if you want a delivery...make sure you can get to an Atm before it arrives.
11/19/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Growing up on the west coast with two parents from back east, I've been forced into understanding the fundamentals of New York pizza authenticity. And while it's pretty much impossible to get an authentic NY pizza in L.A., LaMonica's produces some darn good pies. The secret to really getting the best of this place is ordering by the slice. They come out of the oven perfectly crisped and wonderfully thin. My favorites are the tomato basil and the mushroom, but they offer all kinds of toppings. The crust is thin, the sauce has a good acidity to it, and the interior is appropriately gritty, nearing hole-in-the-wall status (if it weren't for all the good reviews). I like to add a garlic roll to my order, a must for any garlic-lover.