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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 wines from a list with a selection of Italian wines, but don't forget about the ample offering of antipasti, salumi and pizza.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Hours of Operation:
Open Daily from Noon to Midnight
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
$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
Amazing food! Our party of 4 each had a different pizza which were the best! Nancy's chopped salad was enjoyed by all--flavors and textures were outstanding . Parking is valet and efficient. We were seated in the wine dining room and it was cozy and lovely. Thank you all at Pizzeria Mozza.
The pizzas that we had were really good and thats the reason I gave 4 stars. Our overall experience was going good until the server (who was acting cocky all the while) really spoilt our mood when we ordered dessert. We ordered the Gelati (offering was to pick 3 flavors). We chose 2 scoops of pistachio and one of olive oil. When we recieved the Gelati bowl we could clearly see that we were served 2 scoops of olive oil and 1 pistachio. When we brought this to the servers attention, he told us to wait till he confirms from the kitchen what was served. We patiently waited and he got back saying they divided the 2 flavors half and half in the gelati bowl i.e. 1.5 scoop each (which wasnt the case clearly as I told him to have a look at the bowl). Either ways thats besides the point since the order was for 2 pistachios and 1 olive oil scoop. He kept repeating his non-sensical explanation of how the kitchen served us 1.5 scoops of olive oil and 1.5 scoops of pistachio and even refused to acknowledge that they have made a mistake, forget "sorry". We didnt want to spoil our mood since we were celebrating mothers day so I didnt argue and didnt bother to call the manager.
The pistachio ice cream as expected was good but too bad there was too little of it!
Went for a nice mother's day lunch. Wait and host staff were cold and trying to rush us out. We ordered appetizers and the waiter rushed us to include our pizza orders as well (Asian guy with glasses - his job should be in jeopardy).
Host staff was passive and greeted us with this heads down. Seemed like a bunch of entitled and untrained children.
Sad way to treat all the great mothers.
Food didnt quite make up for the bad service. The bus staff was very accommodating and polite, though.
The food was great and our waiter was good but the interaction with the host was awful. I called in advance to let them know that we were running late for our reservation due to traffic/accidents on the road. Even though we were on our way, they told me they would only hold the reservation for 15 mins. Luckily we arrived within 15 mins of our reservation but they wouldn't seat us b/c one of us was parking and they don't seat incomplete parties. This didn't make any sense to the rest of us b/c we were happy to start eating and drinking right away. When we were finally seated, the host told us to hurry up b/c they needed the table in an hour and 20 mins. We almost walked out but we were hungry so we decided to stay. The tables were so close together, ours had to be pulled out to allow people to sit around it. If felt like we were having dinner with the strangers at the 2 tables on either side of us. Other than the cramped, noisy quarters and the atrocious front of the house staff, the food was good and our waiter was pleasant. But it was definitely not an experience I'd ever choose to repeat.
Warning: Order your food course by course. Our waiter pushed my family of five to order everything all at once - he was clearly only concerned with turning tables. We arrived at 5:45 and everything we ordered was dumped on our table within fifteen minutes. He brought our pizzas while we were just beginning to eat our appetizers. When I asked the manager to please slow us down, he did not seem to care. We drove all the way from Calabasas for my husbands birthday-total waste of time. Too many good restaurants in Los Angeles to put up with this.
Everything was simply delicious at this restaurant! Highlights were the Roasted Carrots, and the Squash Blossom Pizza. The bread definitely delivered! It was fun to eat here with friends. It is a loud and vibrant place to eat, and you are squished in with the other patrons, so I was happy not to have made reservations for a romantic occasion.
I went to Pizzeria Mozza with my sister for her birthday. It was a really fun and energetic experience. We loved the drinks and the atmosphere, although the way the tables are set up is a bit crowding. It was really fun! We were encouraged to order more than we could eat, but it was fine because both of the pizzas were amazing and different and they let us take the extras home. Overall it was a good experience, but one that I'll reserve for very special occasions and will recommend only to my friends who don't mind a rowdier more crowded atmosphere.
This is a happening place that's welcoming with excellent food and service. The roasted vegetable salad is unique and delicious and healthy. The pizza is expertly prepared with a perfect crust and fine toppings. Additionally, this a great place for a late dinner, dessert and/or drinks.
Absolutely amazing. The pane bianco was unbelievably good; best bread I've ever had. Lots of interesting pizza options. Pizza dough was also very good: a bit spongy, crispy crust because of the wood fired stove, everything I expected. My wife and I will definitely be back.
We hit this place every time we're in LA. The squash blossoms alone would make it worth it, but the pizza is fantastic. We didn't let a crumb go to waste. I had the meat lovers and added Fresno peppers for a kick. Fried cauliflower was great as well. Gelatos were amazing and the budino is always a favorite.
We were celebrating our 8 years wedding anniversary. My husband and I have always wanted to go but we could never find a reservation available. But we did on a Monday night and it was the best experience ever. Our waiter was the best, he suggested a great bottle of wine and appetizers. We had the Burrata with roasted tomato , shaved prosciutto and sauteed carrots that were out of this world. For pizza, we got the mushroom and leak/ sausage.
Great experience, great food.... we will defiantly come back for more pizza.
I really enjoyed myself here with my friends. I saw the place on Netflix Chef Table. The pizza were really good even the leftovers. I enjoyed the salad too. One had a bit too much dressing but the bread kinda soaked it up. I would definitely go back if I was ever in LA again.
We had an earlier (4:30) reservation than we wanted because we waited too long to make the reservation ..but it turned out to be perfect for 7 p.m. show at the Pantages. the back private room is very quaint, we were glad to go back there because the front area where the bar is can be quite loud and louder than we wanted. the service was wonderful and the pizza especially was fantastic we would definitely go back again
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