735 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Phone: (213) 623-3029
Fax: (213) 228-8510
Parking: Garage, Street, Validated
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Take Out, Pizza
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
By Appointment Only: Yes
Price Range : Average
Good for Kids: Yes
Recently enjoyed a late lunch here on a Saturday afternoon and found it to be pleasant. The service was attentive, the food fresh, and the atmosphere was relaxing.
I ordered and enjoyed a Chicken Caesar Sandwich, while my companion had a bowl of asparagus soup with a side of hummus and pita that she raved about.
The quality of food is consistent with what I've come to expect from CPK. And while none of the items we had were the typical pizza or pasta fare that CPK is known for, all of what we had - including the raspberry iced tea - was good.
04/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
2 for 2 - Both times I went to CPK I have had poor service. It is unforunate becasue the food is pretty good. The server took forever and when the food came out it was cold. The soup wasn't available so I had to get the slaw which I didnt want. The time before this, the server spilled my drink on my lap and ruined my pants. There are plenty of other places to get non-traditional pizza without the headache!
11/23/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We ordered for take out and they claimed that we didn't have an order because the person behind the counter doesn't speak english. About 30 minutes later and a 20 minute walk back to the car we had our cold pizza. Made a complaint to corporate and they did nothing which leads me to believe they stand behind bad service.
05/27/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Having worked downtown for the last 6+ years and lived here the last 2, I have been here on numerous occasions so this is not a review after having visited once or twice. This location is only good Mon-Fri for the 9-5 crowd, ie lunch. Every time without exception, when I have been here after lunch or on the weekends, this place is horrible. My wife and I just had lunch yesterday and the service was bad, there were several tables that had not been cleaned, the $7 margaritas were so bad I asked if they had given us virgin drinks by mistake and the food was just edible. If you want a better CPK experience head over to the 330 So. Hope location, but that isn't a stellar experience either, just a lot better than this one. With downtown making a comeback, I can only hope that the competition will force them to clean up their act.
05/26/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Seating was quick and friendly. I got a nice table outside. Service is usually great at this place, but not this time. The waiter took forever to come to my table. He finally took my order of ice tea and food. Brought the ice tea and bread to my table and left me with no silverware, napkin, or sugar. The tea had to be returned because it was cloudy. So was my second glass. The dumplings were delicious, my salad was not. I've ordered the ceasar salad for years. This one was soggy at best. My grilled shrimp were COLD and rubbery. I thought that I was just having a bad day, but the guy next to me had to return his tea and salad as well. I didn't return the salad. I just wanted to leave. And to top it off, I paid 7 DOLLARS to park!!!!!!!!! My ""lunch"" came to 22 for the tab, 4 for the tip, and 7 for the parking = 33 DOLLARS!!!!!!! And it wasn't even good.
09/14/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I ate a LOT of CPK, considering one of my roommates worked there, and never got sick of it. While I don't find dining there to be the most remarkable experience, considering the array of fun places to explore in LA, the take out is consistent and the pizza is truly awesome. Thin crust, ecclectic ingredients, crispy and delicious. I opt for take-out, be sure to try the thai crunch salad.
07/11/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Though all CPKs are essentially the same, visiting this particular location was one of the more enjoyable experiences I've had at the mega-pizza-chain. Situated between the Staples Center and Downtown L.A., it has the feel of upscale dining, and you'll be sure to spot many locals who look like celebrities but probably aren't. Here's a general CPK tip: order the honey wheat bread with your pizza. It's to live for.
06/28/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Entrees,appitizers,salads & Freindly service,if any of this appeals to you, Well make a stop at the Pizza Kitchen. Opened with the Shrimp springroll's, great start.. cool & refreshing. Moved on the the main crouse BBQ Chicken Salad. One fork and you can tell your in for a treat. When you get the chance take the ride over you won't be dissapointed!