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Numero Uno Pizza has been cheesing up Chicago–style deep dish and spinning out New York–style pies since 1973. The pizza spot's menu, brimming with eight specialty pizzas ($14.95+ for a medium), travels from the shores of Hawaii with pineapple chunks and canadian bacon to the sands of Santa Fe with smoky barbecue sauce and chicken breast. Pie aficionados orchestrate their own masterpieces from a choice of crusts ($4.95 for a 7” individual) lavished with a selection of 20+ toppings such as feta cheese, pepperoncini peppers, and artichoke hearts ($0.75–$1.95 each). Diners can close the hatch of a genoa-salami-and-cheese submarine ($8.95 for a footlong) and venture into the depths of the ocean, or climb up mountains of triple-chocolate Blackout cake ($4.95) in search of glory and napkins.

28860 Roadside Dr
Agoura Hills,
CA
US

Big Mama's & Papa's Pizzeria sates appetites with a slew of handmade pizzas, fresh toppings, and casual Italian fare at 17 Los Angeles–area locations. Menus vary by location, and include specialty pies such as the garlic-chicken pizza or a build-your-own-calzone option that supplies more than 40 toppings to stuff inside freshly made calzone dough. Gluten-free and whole-wheat crusts address dietary preferences, and catering service transports piping-hot morsels directly to birthday parties or traffic-court dates. Customers can also pick up a free birthday pizza on the day of their birth.

19527 Ventura Blvd
Tarzana,
CA
US

The specialists at Fratelli's New York Pizza craft pies in true Big Apple fashion. And true to the literally gigantic fruit that city is named for, they don't skimp on the toppings. The signature Fratelli arrives loaded with pepperoni, sausage, and meatballs, while the eggplant pizza piles on flavor with breaded veggies and ricotta cheese. But the marinara-phobic need not worry—dozens of other items populate the eatery's casual Italian menu. Classic pastas, thick hero sandwiches, and crisp salads can also fill tables. And to insure convenience, every mouthful can be enjoyed in-house, or taken to go with carryout and delivery services.

20929 Ventura Boulevard
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Santino's Tapas & Grill's friendly chefs and servers delight patrons with warm welcomes, a convivial tapas-bar atmosphere, and menu of shareable plates, delicious pastas, paninis, and steaks. The outgoing staff members pride themselves in making each guest feel at home, entertaining visitors with positive energy, witty banter, and sophisticated Vaudevillian comedy routines. As diners eagerly devour fresh salads, mouthwatering Spanish finger food, and juicy cuts of meat, a colorful display of weathered-wood accents, colorful artwork, and interesting cork sculptures excites the eyeballs.

1611 Pacific Ave
Venice,
CA
US

Scientists envision a future where crust scraps will be used to fuel Americans insatiable desire for fuel made out of crust scraps. Today's Groupon helps pass the time with $20 worth of cheese-spackled, toppings-topped, earth-friendly mealpies for $10 at Pizza Fusion, an eco-conscious pizzeria. 1905: Einstein's famous equation, E = mc2, hypothesizes a fusion-style reaction, while Einstein himself hypothesizes a romance between Meg Ryan and Tim Robbins. 1946: Designer bombs tested at Bikini Atoll create a variety of decorative cloud shapes, including beach ball, dolphin, and silhouette of the United States.1978: Attempts to use nuclear fusion to prevent magician David Copperfield from appearing on TV are largely successful. 2010: Simultaneous, worldwide experiments with nuclear fusion result in the renewed popularity of player pianos and the transformation of friendly cats into gigantic-instrument-of-mayhem cats.

2901 Ocean Park Blvd, Ste 123
Santa Monica,
CA
US

The sun rises and sets on the staff at Milo and Olive. From 7 a.m., bakers start filling the chalk-scrawled bakery trays with house-made baguettes, bagels, and pastries, and at 11 p.m., the last waiter clocks out after a long night's work. In between, customers can watch the chefs work in an open kitchen as they begin preparing for lunch and dinner crowds by roasting vegetables, braising meats, and returning eggs to their rightful hens. Chef Jason Mattick lets the ingredients he culls from farmer’s markets inspire the majority of his afternoon and evening menus. Aside from creating leafy salads and small plates, these veggies crown pizzas from a selection that changes regularly, depending on the ingredients on hand. Mattick finishes each one—which could be topped with locally produced mozzarella or sustainably raised meats—in the restaurant’s wood-burning oven.

2723 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica,
CA
US