Eating together, like being buried up to your necks in the same cube of cement, keeps families together. Build a solid foundation with today’s Groupon to Lucifers Pizza in Los Feliz. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a pizza meal on any day of the week (up to a $43.97 value) that includes:
- Two large pizzas (up to $19.99 value each)
- One order of garlic bread (a $3.99 value)<p>
- For $20, you get on a pizza meal on Monday–Thursday (up to a $47.96 value) that includes:
- Two large pizzas (up to a $19.99 value each)
- Two orders of garlic bread (a $7.98 value)<p>
Chefs at Lucifers Pizza fashion fresh, all-natural ingredients into 23 spiced-to-taste gourmet pies that have won over celebrities such as Megan Fox and critics at LA Weekly. A selection of five Upper Crust pizzas provides a canvas for locally sourced meats such as sopressata salami, all-natural four-cheese blends, and projected Fellini flicks, broadening into Damned Good pizzas that bear global influences. Eschewing processed food products, chefs craft sauce daily from hand-crushed tomatoes and stretch tender crusts by hand in order to uphold maximum freshness.
In a riff on the popular Italian appetizer of prosciutto and melon, the prosciutto and pumpkin pizza’s paper-thin, salty ham balances rich, roasted squash and garlic, and is finished with leaves of basil and spinach. Cashews and basil pesto smother chicken, bacon, and sun-dried tomato on the chicken-basil-pesto pie, whereas rosemary and lamb boldly proclaim their Greek heritage amid a sea of feta, caramelized onions, and olives, sprinkled in lemon pepper and parsley. Manifesting fires evoked in the restaurant’s name, the kitchen spices each pizza according to a zero-to-blazing chili rating. Diners can relax in the casual, darkly lit space and munch on fresh garlic bread in the shape of Smokey the Bear to smother taste bud blazes.
Hand-stretched dough. Sauce made in store from hand-crushed tomatoes. Locally sourced meats cooked and flavored in house. Natural produce sliced by hand. These components form the foundation of Lucifers Pizza’s pies, which LA Weekly lauded as “devilishly unique.” In addition to cooking up classics such as the margherita and the hawaiian, New Zealanders Adam and Milan Borch bake gourmet pizzas with nontraditional ingredients including roasted pumpkin, lamb, and Thai-style satay chicken. To accommodate dietary restrictions, their pies can also include gluten-free crusts and vegan cheese.
Adam and Milan craft each pizza on a spice rating from zero to blazing, which intrepid diners can combat by drinking the pizzeria’s own mineral-spring water, throwing back Mexican Cokes, or gargling foam from the nearest fire extinguisher. Lucifers Pizza’s tiny storefront evokes that spiciness with orange flames painted on its façade, and its dark and intimate interior echoes the restaurant’s darkly comical concept.