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Payment method
paypal, discover
Price Range
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Neighborhoods
West Los Angeles, Westside
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Pazzo's Pizzaria

Pazzo Pizzeria Los Angeles

Categories
Italian Restaurants, Pizza, Caterers, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: No

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average

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foodloversarah

03/23/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
yummy calzone only decent pizza

go here for a calzone for dinner which are made fresh and to order. they are delicious, although I usually ask for extra cheese in mine to make sure all of the dough of the calzone is full of goodness. The pizza here is only so so, and I haven't tried the pasta, but I go here every now and then to grab a calzone to go. I wouldn't eat there because they always have a tv on pretty loud inside the place making a not so great dining atmosphere, but take out is great and fast from here

espbruin

03/21/2008

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Overall
Great if you like to be disappointed

The side house salad was 1/4 head of lettuce and 1 piece of carrot.

The garlic bread was half a piece of sub roll bread with melted butter on it.

and the caprese sandwich was soggy and missing ingredients.

Admittedly, the sausage pasta was spicy and not half bad.

With so many other options around, I'll chalk this one up on the loss column.

cityspace

11/17/2007

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Overall
I AM THINKING CRIMINALS!

On Saturday afternoon my building was littered with several flyers on the ground and in door jams. A man with a backpack filled with flyers was sitting on my steps eating a sandwich. I was expecting guest that I wanted to impress. I asked him to pick up the flyers. He said he that he didn?t drop them and that his flyers were Chinese. I asked him to leave my property. He refused. I threatened to call the police as he was trespassing. He got up spilling more of the same flyers that were on my building out of his backpack. He walked up the street. I called the store and asked for the manager or owner. The woman that answered the phone refused, would not provide any names and hung up on me. Does this flyer guy or the women that answered the phone also work in their kitchen. There's no first amendment right to litter or otherwise vandalize my property. It's criminal that he won't pick up the mess and rude that they wouldn't take the call. Stay away!

miket3333

09/08/2007

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Overall
POOR BUSINESS PRACTICES

On Saturday morning as I was taking my family home from an outing (we live a couple blocks apart), when we approached the condo's front door there was a guy talking on his cell phone asking someone to come downstairs. This is a secured building where my family lives. As I held the door open for them and went to walk in, the guy grabs the door and holds it open. I turned to him and said that he cannot come into the building without permission because we didn't know who he was. He put his foot in front of the door and said it was ok and that he had permission. I said no, he would need to buzz the person to be let in. He would not move his foot, so I atttempted to close the door to get his foot moved. He yelled at me and used profanity in front of my family. As I proceeded home, I saw the guy distributing menus for Pazzo Pizzeria! Come to find out he was pretending to be talking on the phone to someone in order to get into the building!

The worst part is, I called the restaurant to alert him to this situation, and the manager was condescending and in a very unconvincing tone said he would handle it. Of course I expect him to do nothing.

For the safety of yourselves and your families, these people are hiring absolute low-life degenerates. If he is not going to be accountable for his employees actions, then he will lose business.

DO NOT ORDER FROM PAZZO PIZZERIA!

samsclams

12/08/2006

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
best pizza on the westside

Moved here from NY 2 years ago and this has come the closest to our favorite pizza - nice crust, good sauce, and the pazzo combination has all my favorite toppings. Great for delivery or eat-in!

thefayth

04/15/2005

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Overall
Not for Pizza, but for Pasta!

Pazzo pizza, sandwiches and garlic bread leave much to be desired; the salads remind one of the new york delivery salad. THE PASTA however, is amazing and the best value in town! Super sized servings and delicious sauces, succulent meat and morsels! And they deliver!!! Try the Chicken Chardonnay, your choice of noodle. I prefer angel hair.

*Nod

Go on, it's good and worth it. :)

GiraffeBoy

10/11/2003

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Overall
It's all right, nothing special

Had lunch there after work. Typical Italian pizza place (small tables, checkered cloth). Had the all-meat pizza; it comes with a side salad and a can of soda. Naturally, this is a greasy dish; I wasn't shocked. There were six different shakers on the table! In addition to the salt, pepper, red pepper flakes and parmesan cheese you'd usually find, they had oregano and garlic powder! A pretty good value, too, for this part of town.

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