About Pizzeria Mozza
Los Angeles, CA 90036
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 wines from a list with a selection of Italian wines, 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
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$12 Valet. Accepts credit cards.
Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Late Night, Private Room, 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
Pizzas are always great. Garlic bread is ...
Pizzas are always great. Garlic bread is one of the best! While it's one of the few nice places still open post-theater, you do run the risk of some popular items running out. Always has been a great experience for us.
As always, each dish is spot on perfect, ...
As always, each dish is spot on perfect, from the simplest grilled bread with garlic, to the perfectly dressed crisp salad, to the variety of pizzas. Our favorite is the white pizza with freshly made sausage and sage. And save room for the butterscotch budino 👍🏻
Haven't had pizza like this since I was ...
Haven't had pizza like this since I was in Italy! Amazing flavors - they really know how to keep it simple and highlight the ingredients' natural flavor.
Service was great - both attentive and efficient, without being overbearing. It's a smaller, cozy place so it can get a little bit loud. I've only ever come here with 1 other person so shouting across wasn't necessary like it might be in a larger group with a bigger table.
Also, THE BUDINO. I see why this is on so many "Must Eat" lists in LA. Amazing!
I love the food here. Grew up in New Yo ...
I love the food here. Grew up in New York and this is the first L.A. pizza I can rate outstanding -- in fact, stupendous. At lunch, the restaurant fills up rapidly and is quite noisy, but I am willing to shout at my table mates if that's the price for light crunchy crusted pizza with innovative and uniformly delicious toppings and those magnificent squash blossoms with ricotta. This is hands down my favorite neighborhood restaurant. I do business lunches here and also just lunch or dinner with a pizza aficionado friend.
My wife and I made this our first dinner ...
My wife and I made this our first dinner in Los Angeles after a long flight. The waitress recommended an outstanding wine and we each had a Margaurita pizza. We agree that it was the best we had ever had, even with years of eating them in connection without our 25 years in New York City and years in Chicago and Cincinnati.
I came to this restaurant 6 years ago an ...
I came to this restaurant 6 years ago and had one of the best pizzas in my life. On a return visit to LA, I brought a group of friends for the same meal and was very disappointed. The quality of ingredients and food taste has declined over the past years. Sadly, I won't be remembering this as a great restaurant anymore, and will not recommend.
The food was delicious as always - but t ...
The food was delicious as always - but the experience was lack luster because of the lack of service. After we were seated we never had the same server throughout the evening and had to ask for wine refills from our bottle and for water refills. We were often left waiting. I spoke with the manager casually and said it was disappointing and he sent glasses of wine over to cushion the situation. It was a Saturday night and was busy - for future, I'll probably only visit during the week. This visit didn't live up to how highly I spoke of it in the past.
Pizzeria Mozza was one of my fav restaur ...
Pizzeria Mozza was one of my fav restaurants in LA. But I may consider to take it out of my must-go list for now. Returning to Mozza after about four months on a recent Friday night to find the food missing that spark/magic. Pizza was surprisingly soggy, meatball dry. They were decent relatively speaking but not the Mozza that I remembered. Was it because there are no more chef in the kitchen?
Love this place. My kids love this plac ...
Love this place. My kids love this place. Food is great. It's always busy and the wait can be long without a reservation, but the food is consistent and the service is great. One of my favorite casual restaurants for a quick date night or family dinner.
I'm a big fan. Always love it!! Yes, pi ...
I'm a big fan. Always love it!! Yes, pizzas are to die for--but really love antipasti. So many delicious veggies, bruschetta, salads -- and hearty nightly special. Creative, casual dining. Reasonable wine list. Small wine room somewhat quieter than loud main room.
This was my 2nd time here. The food was ...
This was my 2nd time here. The food was great, our server accommodating despite the long wait, even with a reservation. She even gave us a couple complimentary items since our wait was long. All in all, our out of town guests enjoyed it and we were all happy.
Great place! I took my mom and she enjo ...
Great place! I took my mom and she enjoyed all of the dishes! We ordered the grilled carrots, mussels and the roasted squash as appetizers than the margarita pizza. Also, the affogato was amazing as well. Will come back for sure!
I have never been so insulted in a resta ...
I have never been so insulted in a restaurant in my life.
My wife and I went here hoping to enjoy a quality Sunday lunch. We drove especially to try this place out. When we go there, we ordered an item on the menu and another meal on the DineLA promotion. We were tersely informed that we were not allowed to share the DineLA menu.
I'll told our waitress that that will be fine and I will order the DineLA meal myself and my wife will order an appetizer on the regular menu. If they don't want us sharing, we not share. Even if I think their rules are ridiculous, I will honor the rules of their establishment.
Not 5 minutes later, a manager comes over and tells me that I can't order the DineLA meal under the promotion because they don't allow sharing and that I would need to order both items the regular menu (at non-promotional price) or a second DineLA meal for my wife. I already gave my word that I will eat my own meal all by myself and now some guy comes up to my table and questions me over a pizza? Am I supposed to sit at a separate table now just to prove my integrity? Does my wife have to order food she doesn't even want just to satisfy the house rules?
By this point, we lost our appetite and the situation had become unsalvageable. No pizza is worth some draconian hovering over me, questioning me on how I'm supposed eat it like some kind of pizza inquisition. Thanks for ruining our Sunday lunch.
Went here to try their DineLA lunch menu ...
Went here to try their DineLA lunch menu (they didn't offer a dinner version).
Pizzas were thin, crispy, and the ingredients were fresh. Probably some of the best pizza we've had in awhile. We adored their desserts - the butterscotch budino and the affogato.
Service was attentive and friendly. We arrived early for our 4pm reservation (so easy to do on Open Table), and they sat us in an intimate side room which was definitely less noisy than the main room.
DineLA was misleading. When viewing opti ...
DineLA was misleading. When viewing options I selected this place because it read they were participating. Apparently not for dinner. The table next to us apparently thought the same thing and asked what the DineLA menus was. Not okay.
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