Had I been able to check off 2 items for question #2 (What could zpizza improve the most?), I would have marked Food and Service. The pizza I purchased wasn't that flavorful; on 1 pizza, I ordered 2 different pizzas (one on each 1/2) and they didn't taste that different from each other. Also there was a cook who kept on touching his hair. It just grossed me out so much that just in case he worked on my pizza, I ended up throwing out most of the pizza.
Great pizza in a cozy location. They offer some unique and tasty (and healthy) toppings
Great pizza with many delicious choices, not just the usual pepperoni or sausage. Also located in a pretty area. We will definitely go back.
From the moment we walked in the door the cashier seemed uninterested in serving us. Even less so after I asked about vegan options, which were the reason we bought the Groupon in the first place. He barely looked at us and responded tersely and/or with boredom to our questions. Then they brought out the wrong sizes of pizzas, one missing some toppings. When we called someone over to let them know that they had brought the wrong sizes he said in a rude voice, "No. You said small and extra large and that's what came out on the tickets. I heard you." We had the receipt to prove otherwise and he did eventually say that it was his mistake, but his initial response was very rude.
Great taste and very fresh!
They actually do have parking
Delicious pizza and crust. Expensive without a coupon.
the pizza was good but not good enough to displace my favorites. On the pricey side.
From Our Editors
Since opening the doors to its first location in the art-colony atmosphere of Laguna Beach, Zpizza’s cooks have carefully crafted gourmet pizzas. The chefs artfully shape each pie, first using organic wheat flour for the dough, hand-throwing it, and fire-baking it to a thin, crisp crust. Wisconsin skim-milk mozzarella from grass-fed cows crowns pizzas, along with certified-organic tomato sauce and fresh produce. In addition to classic toppings such as pepperoni and sausage, they also enhance pizzas with inventive ingredients such as cremini, shiitake mushrooms, and truffle oil patented by Thomas Edison. Small gluten-free crusts are available to support all topping combinations. Vegan choices include the Berkeley vegan pie with vegan cheese and veggie-burger crumbles.
Zpizza also attempts to better the environment with eco-friendly delivery bikes, recyclable containers and bags, and nitrate-free meats. The company also helps the community with charity fundraisers and school partnerships to promote literacy by sponsoring reading programs and hiding sonnets under each layer of cheese.