Reminds me of my home town cooking just like the food down in the French Quarters. Everything is JUST right. Friendly well mannered staff, know how to really make you feel a home!
333 S Alameda St Ste 300Los Angeles, CA 90013
From Business: fun for the whole family venue including 30 lanes of bowling (with 3 private rooms), a redemption arcade (featuring over 80 arcade games), a nine-table billiard r…
There are plenty of Pizza parlors in the area but this is the one I always head for. Lamonica's New York Pizza uses fresh ingredients, pizza is properly prepared and a great value for the price. Best customer service I have had in a while. Will definitely be back for more, soon.
Great - Very accommodating
I have been to Bestia's before and have always been pleased. It had been over one year since the last visit, and all the things I loved about it before remain in place still. I brought my nieces for their first time. Our waiter was so cheerful and pleasant. The food came out and all was delicious. We were allowed to take our time and at no time felt rushed. They allowed us to share dishes and even split the spaghetti and meatballs for us. I can't say enough good things about the restaurant and the staff. My nieces were so enthused and happy with our meal that we are already making plans to go back. Don't miss this gem!
when I travel to LA I always make it a point to come here and enjoy the pizza and atmosphere. The pizza tastes awesome!!!
Very classy. One of my favorite places to go. Love the music! Derrick did good for the community!
I was big fan of Sofra, but now I m not. Their kobide (donner) test like egg all the time, and beef kabobs are not moist enough.
small shack but great pizza deff recommend for anyone in the area, get the deep pan extra cheese and jalapenos
Bad acoustics, but good food. If you're willing to wait an hour and a half for a table in the evenings and weekends, this place is good. If you're willing to eat dinner at 530 or 6, then you'll have better luck and maybe only wait 15-20 minutes. The hostesses remembered my name and who I was and was able to grab me in the waiting area. The food was good, inexpensively priced for DTLA and the hype, and the desserts were delicious. I was lucky to sit near the side and was able to hear my fiance, while he spoke to me but if you're looking to take someone on a date, don't expect to talk much.
I remember eating the best slice of pizza I ever had in my life: it was the most delicious combination of Italian cheese on a thin pie with Tuscan prosciutto so cooked to the point, that it simply melted away on my tongue. Sadly this was not here but in Florence, Italy. This place here is somewhat overrated and does not make up to the hype... I am totally agree with this post writter