Pizzeria Mozza

100% love it
Mario Batali's L.A. hotspot
Hands down the best Napoletana pizza in Los Angeles. The pizzeria is located next door to the more expensive sister restaurant, and boasts a much more relaxed atmosphere. Be prepared for a wait, as the crowds can get large.
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    • MattTwoTee
      MattTwoTee Over a year ago
      Loves it

      I knew about this place, but it wasn't until a friend started working here that I decided to make the trip. Boy was it worth it! I could eat everything here any day of the week! I am so ecstatic to have a friend cooking at a restaurant of this caliber, and hope they open one in San Francisco soon! #NancySilvertontoSF!

    • DTracer
      DTracer Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Butterscotch pudding? yes please...
      Can't recommend this place enough. Pizza is to die for, the spicy muscles appetizer is a godsend, and yes, the butterscotch pudding is a dessert that must be experienced. Try going on the early side (6-6:30 or so) if you don't want to wait for a table.

    • Scott
      Scott Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Amazing food, easier to get into than Osteria
      I stumbled into Pizzeria Mozza on accident (it looked nice from the outside), before I knew about all the buzz about this place (I'm not a fan of celeb chef places and Mario Batali doesn't do anything for me). The pizzas were amazing with different ingredients than your standard pizza fare. This reminded me a lot of my hometown's Pizzeria Delfina - high end pizza and italian fare. And the desserts: amazing! We sat at the bar and ate (which meant we got right in), so that might be a good way to beat the crowds.