About Pizzeria Mozza
Pizzeria Mozza is a bustling, urban burst of flavor and color. Open noon to midnight, seven days a week, Pizzeria Mozza is the perfect atmosphere - whether it be a business lunch or late night snack. The wine bar provides a vibrant venue for sampling from a selection of 50 Italian wines at $50 and under, but don't forget about the ample offering of antipasti, salumi and pizza.
Hours of Operation:
Open Daily from Noon to Midnight
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
$10 Valet. Accepts credit cards.
Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Late Night, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Pizzeria Mozza's Jack Warner Room is a rustic Italian wine cellar featuring an extensive family-style menu designed by Nancy Silverton & Mario Batali for lunch and dinner events.
Pizzeria Mozza Ratings and Reviews
Don't miss the opportunity to have lunch ...
Don't miss the opportunity to have lunch at Pizzeria Mozza. The pizza is wonderful but the appetizers and salads are also fantastic. Try the octopus salad, perfectly prepared and wonderfully seasoned, it is a winner. I do admit that I also gorged on a fantastic meat lovers pizza....in any event, go!
We had a great server named April who wa ...
We had a great server named April who was pleasant.
Pizza Bianca is wonderful. Eat it hot.
Pizza Bianca is wonderful. Eat it hot.
Parking is difficult in the area but you ...
Parking is difficult in the area but you can find street parking north of melrose if you don't want to valet. The pizzas were excellent. I had heard they were very overpriced but I didn't find that to be true.
Excellent food (salad and pizza in our c ...
Excellent food (salad and pizza in our case) in a pleasant setting. The bar was lively, we ate in the dining room which was quieter. The staff were helpful and friendly.
The food is always amazing here. I've been here multiple times. My service and food orders were very consistent until this recent experience. I'm not upset. I'm just sharing an experience. I felt like the waiter wasn't as attentive that day. Maybe she was having a hard day or week.
Not cheap but worth every penny
Probably one of the best meals ever. Pizza was amazing, salad was perfect, and the Butterscotch dessert was amazing with a perfect coffee. I went with one of my best friends for a nice casual lunch. You need to make reservations, and even then expect a little bit of a wait.
LOVE this place! Been going for years. Here is my only complaint...I wrote in the open table notes that it was friends birthday. I again told one of our servers when I got there and nothing was done at all. Food is always great!
We always start with the fried potatoes ...
We always start with the fried potatoes & squash blossoms. The Tricolore salad is a must. This time we shared the Bianca & Salame with Fresno Chiles pizzas. Since it's Spring we were able to have the Banana Gelato pie and as always the Budino is delightful! This is hands down my favourite restaurant because everything is so consistent.
Best Pizza in LA
I don't know what it is, but this Pizza is amazing. The cheese, the crust, the toppings, the wood burning ovens all add up to an over the top experience - and it's Pizza!
My boyfriend and I came here for date night. We spent a semester in Europe many years ago and are always looking for delicious pizza closer to home. The sauce was incredible and the atmosphere was perfect if you don't mind cozy tables. Highly recommend!
First Time Experience at Pizzeria Mozza
We went for an early dinner (4:30 -- that's REALLY early) because that's the only time we could get in AND it worked out with our 7:00 p.m. movie start time. The restaurant was surprisingly empty, although some diners were finishing up their meal when we arrived. They had either an extraordinarily early dinner or a very late lunch. We ordered wine and a martini and settled into the menu, which had so many choices that we wanted to try that it took us a while to order. We ended up with the calamari-stuffed potato with Green Goddess dressing as an appetizer -- delicious and rather filling. We then moved onto the chopped salad, which was big enough for four people. And we ended up with a veggie pizzetti -- a small pizza -- and a regular-sized pizza with arugula, prosciutto, and buffalo mozzarella. It was too much food for us, but that was okay because we had pizza for lunch the next day. Everything was delicious, and we are definitely going back soon to try other options.
Mozza is not quite what it was a few years ago when I was there. The roasted tomato and burrata was missed from the menu and somehow the fennel sausage pizza was dry, lacking the creaminess it once had. I also noticed a new method of flattening the pizza dough that I think mage the pie less bubbly. It just altogether felt a bit like the restaurant has been left to simmer on the back burner. Perhaps why we were able to get a seat at the bar straight away.
Shadow of its original self
Shadow of its original self
Mozza helps close the deal!
Want to impress at a business lunch? Take them to Pizzeria Mozza...you'll close the deal!
Have been here several times and I am never disappointed...I keep their # in my Phone!
First of all it was a bit of turn off to be placed in their "back room" i guess they want you to feel like like a wine cellar but it has a very claustrophobic feeling with low ceilings, no window, you actually feel trapped! We had a reservation and I had asked to be in the main room, but he said it would be a wait, even though I saw a table coming available, very pretentious. Food was a disappointment. We ordered many of the antipasti/ small plates and none were a standout, just fair. With so much to choose from in LA I won't be running back here,
First visit to the restaurant. We arriv ...
First visit to the restaurant. We arrived 20 min late for our reservation, but host was kind and very accommodating. I really appreciated that bc it was a special family celebration. Food was superb. Waitstaff was excellent and attentive even though the restaurant was busy. Small space and loud, so would not recommend for large group or those desiring a quite/calm dining experience. We were a party of 7 and it was a little tight. Overall, great and we will return!
Great food, but an uncomfortable sit.
Great food, but an uncomfortable sit.
Another wonderful experience. The food, service and wine were all great. Didn't make it past three appetizers :-) They even accommodated my hearing issue, so graciously.
Amazing pizza! Perfect balance of flavor ...
Amazing pizza! Perfect balance of flavor. All the appetizers are really good too!
Best pizza in LA (perhaps US)
Don't get it twisted, if you want great pizza, go here. There is nowhere else. Note - this is NOT (thank God) Neapolitan style - pizza should have a complex, crispy crust period.
Amazing food. Julie was great. Tables ar ...
Amazing food. Julie was great. Tables are tight. Super loud. But worth it.
the meal wasn't that amazing for the price... I can;t lie. It was just so so, i guess.
Great service, eclectic pizzas, great sa ...
Great service, eclectic pizzas, great salads. Dessert is a must, the Caramel Coppetta is unreal, try it.
Food was very delicious, service was gre ...
Food was very delicious, service was great, noise level is very high but it is worth it!
Still going strong
Haven't been here in years...and was really very pleasantly surprised! All the food was quite delicious and we sat in what was called the Wine Room. It was off of where I've always sat. I never even knew that room existed....it was very crowded but that room didn't get too noisy. All in all a very good evening. Service was great as always...and the budino is a must for dessert!
The restaurant is too dark. The seating ...
The restaurant is too dark. The seating is terrible - we were literally one foot from the tables next to us. The pizza costs $16 and when I ordered extra pizza sauce and cheese - they charged me $30 for the pizza! Ridiculous. The cauliflower appetizer was more like fast food than gourmet food. Furthermore, the valets are reckless -they scratched my car against another car on the way out! No apology no nothing! Just claimed they had no liability and we're not responsible. In short, it's an over-rated place and over-prices with poor ambiance. I wouldn't recommend it.
Fresh & tasty food
We arrived @ 4pm. Nice & quiet but by the time we left very busy. We enjoyed the more relaxed/quiet dining experience. Seating is very close together which seems to be more common unfortunately. But the food overshadowed all of this. Misto salad was sooo delicious, you could taste the individual flavors of the ingredients. I really liked that!! FAB Pizza too!! Will go again to bring family members that didn't join us this time.
Delicious food and a fantastic dessert. It was not pretentious and as always the chop salad is very special.
Mozza is the best pizza in LA
Went to Mozza for lunch after picking up relatives at LAX. I was really surprised we could get a reservation for 4 at 12:30 on a Friday. The service was impeccable, with our server providing recommendations based upon our preferences. We shared two salads and two pizzas, plus a bowl of the best burrata I have ever tasted. Everything arrived at the appropriate time, food and wine paired wonderfully, and we shared a delightful chocolate bread pudding for dessert. I have been to Mozza 5 or 6 times and it never fails to impress me every time.
Great dough, sauce and toppings Great wa ...
Great dough, sauce and toppings Great wait service
greasy and not flexible..
Waiter took our order for half and half pizza but when served two while pizza came.. Very disappointing. Pizza r very greasy but pizza dough wasn't, so I liked the dough..
Not only are the Pizza's the best in LA
The best Pizza in Los Angeles (Maybe America). Fabulous side dishes. Great daily specials. Wonderful desserts. This is one of my very favorite restaurants in Los Angeles. Be sure to try any of the salads.
the valet service was out of control, disorganized and blocking the stret. Front desk staff rude when we mentioned it, threw his hands in the air and was loud enough for other patrons to look at us in disgusto
Pizza never disappoints. Best pizza out ...
Pizza never disappoints. Best pizza outside of Italy. Wish they still had my slow cooked broccoli. Also miss the romanesco which is a super yummy seasonal appetizer. Hope it comes back soon.
Two words: Butterscotch Budino
We hadn't been to Pizzeria Mozza for many years, but only because it's hard to get a weekend reservation. We had forgotten how good Mozza is. The pizzas are Italian style, not the greasy cardboard that passes for pizza stateside. The dough is chewy, yet light. The toppings are creative and delicious. The chopped salad was enough for three people to share. But don't split the lentils with goat cheese appetizer: you'll want to hoard it all for yourself. Although we were pretty full after our appetizers and pizzas (two pizzas for three people) the waiter told us the Butterscotch Budino (an Italian pudding) was not to be missed. Oh-My-Gawd, he wasn't kidding. Probably the best dessert ever. Can't wait to go back!
Definitely not one of the best pizza's in LA.
We went with high expectations since Mozza was rated having one of the top 10 best pizzas in LA. Very disappointed. The pizza was very basic and flimsy with absolutely NO wow factor. Tony's Bella Vista in Burbank, CA and Masa in Echo Park, CA have THE best pizza and deserve way more attention than Mozza.
The Best Pizza in LA, maybe anywhere.
We go to Mozza once a month. All of the food is exceptional. We look forward to it all month.
Exceptional Pizza and Butterscotch Budino!!!
Enjoyed a wonderful dinner including exceptional pizza and butterscotch budino!
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