Pitfire Artisan Pizza
5211 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601
Phone: (818) 980-2948
Pitfire Pizza Company
Pit Fire Pizza Co.
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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Recently came to this place to eat and i love it. Love their salads and their pizzas. And the outside is great. Very nice place to go in the afternoon with family
After years of living in the neighborhood, I finally stopped by for lunch... now I feel foolish for not trying it sooner.
The atmosphere was pleasant, the service was top-notch, but most importantly the food was shockingly good. The garlic chicken kale soup (can't remember the proper name) was a $2 add-on but may well be the best soup I've ever had, which is ridiculous to say but nonetheless true. The chopped salad and heirloom tomato pizza were light and refreshing on a hot day, and all of that was perfect for two people to share. Plus, they have boylan grape soda.
Looking forward to coming back here again.
Despite it being a chain restaurant, I do love their pizza & the outdoor seating. If you are looking for wood-fired pizza in N. Hollywood (with a craft beer to wash it down) this is the place to go.
03/05/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Pitfire is a fun place to go. In a great location in North Hollywood I have been coming here for many years every so often. This pizza place can compete with the best: their combinations of crust and toppings makes you want to come back again and again. Last time we caught a show in downtown and came in with a large group. The manager helped set up a large table and was very accommodating to our wishes. Once we got our food, it was excellent, as always and certainly rounded out a wonderful evening. The staff was attentive.
06/01/2010Provided by Citysearch -
With an ever-changing, seasonal menu, Pitfire Pizza is quite a gem, and with organic arugula, caramelized onions, tomato sauce, hazelnuts and pesto, all for $9.95, they're also easy on your wallet. One of the more interesting items gives a tip of their hat to Dr. Seuss, the ""Green, Eggs & Ham"" pie features organic rapini, baked egg, and prosciutto with truffle oil.
09/04/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I am not sure why I keep going back. On several occasions I have ordered pick up from this place and a good 90% of the time there is a mistake.
Once I ordered Gorgonzola cheese to be added to a salad. I went and picked it up, drove home, and then realized there was no cheese. I called to ask what happened to my cheese and the girl told me they were out, okay, why did you charge me for it? They offered to give me a free meal on my next visit, I thought this was nice, but when I asked about comping the cheese she said the free meal was in lieu of the cheese. Umm... no I will not pay for something I did not receive.
I used the comp to get a sandwich one day, it took a while for them to find my name for the comp, they should have a better system. I brought my sandwich home and it was soggy, I should have learned my lesson about checking the food before I leave the restaurant.
Oh and for some reason I was always think this will be a cheap alternative to other restaurants in the area but I always end up spending at least $30 for dinner.
So again, I want to like this place but....
07/13/2009Provided by Citysearch -
When Pitfire pizza started delivery service, my husband and I were so excited. The second time we ordered, we were not told that a new delivery fee of $6. Furthermore, we were not told that one of the items we ordered was no longer on the menu. Instead, the restaurant sent some other dish (which was disgusting). Luckily, we don't have food allergies, because we thought they had just changed the recipe (why it looked different) until we took a bite.
I called Pitfire to complain about this nasty concoction they sent instead of their yummy (no longer on the menu) mac and cheese. The manager apologized that the person who took the order didn't notify us of the menu change. She offered us a free meal upon our next order. I was pleased with this offer.
Upon placing my next order, I was told they had no record of the offer nor did the manager even get on the phone to speak with me. The hostess just said, ""we don't have your name on file"" and was silent even upon telling her that I was very upset and would never eat there again. She didn't apologize or even offer to help.
You've lost our business. I highly recommend you train your employees for better customer service and that you follow through with your promises. This type of treatment sends a message that your establishment doesn't care about it's customers. You've lost our business and I was thinking of trying your catering for monthly meetings (catering for 15-25 people multiple times a month). Not anymore.