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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
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
While the food here was certainly good, it was not at the level one would expect of a "star" chef. The truly disappointing part was that I mistakenly added my charge slip incorrectly, which showed $10 more than it should have for the total - the difference being the "tip". While I clearly indicated the amount I wished to tip, the server elected to take the mistake in their favor - rather than add the tab correctly. As a generous tipper, this put the tip well over 20%
Great restaurant with excellent service. The pizza was good, with a large selection of choices and toppings. For me, I would return for their starter alone. The mozzarella di bufala with pesto, basil, and tomatoes was my favorite thing on the menu - it was fresh and absolutely delicious (I could have eaten it for all three courses). I would highly recommend!
Food and restaurant was just ok to me. I was expecting a little bit more of the restaurant. The dessert was not good. The Carmel tasted as if it was burnt. The waitress was nice but very dry with no personality. I would not Recommend this place to no one. You can find better places tor purchased pizzas in LA.
We were in LA for a long weekend. We'd heard about Nancy Silverton's restaurant and were compelled to go!
Overall a good evening out. Pizzas were good but service could have been improved....
We were only just finishing our appetisers when our pizzas were "plonked down" on the table. The plates from the appetisers were not taken away for some time, basically until we beckoned the waiter.
So, maybe kitchen timings could be improved or I was expecting too much.
Pizza Napolitana, delicious, warm and complex flavors. The special tomatoes are actually worth it. The crust of the pizzas are The Best - it's a yummy soft cracker with prefect air pockets 😍
The ricotta filled squash blossoms are really a special treat! The squash and sweet potato bruschette has such a beautiful and delicate flavor, is amazing.
After long last we went to this much loved and well-reviewed Nancy Silverton establishment. It was good. The pizza was spectacular; the ingredients and crust best I've had. The special for the night was eggplant parmigiana, one of my favorites. But it was not a memorable dish here. Ok but not memorable. Sorry.
Server (female) was so rude. We had about 4 different servers throughout our meal. The pizza was undercooked, very chewy and no taste. The cheese wasn’t melted at all. I got tomato basil and mozzarella pizza We added prosciutto and it tasted like deli ham. 24$ for 4 slices of pizza. So overpriced, I’m not cheap by any means but it was not worth it at all. Much rather got pizza at Felix Trattoria in Santa Monica. I’m disappointed I love chef Nancy but the pizza and food her staff is putting out is not pridefully made at all. Sadly I won’t give it a try again.
Never stops to surprise us with the wonderful tasty menu available. Pizzas are truly close to Italian style and flavor and that’s something it really makes want to go back often. Service is incredible and attentive. Great deserts and good selection of beers on tap
Some of appetizer’s were good. Tuna with peppers, burrata with pesto, and roasted cauliflower. Others not so wonderful especially the pate on toast. Bianca piazza good but piazza with prosciutto and red sauce terrible. Reasonable bottle of an Italian Pinot. Service nice but the restaurant is tired looking. Menu needs improvement. This is the fourth time here (has been several years since last). With all the new restaurants spaces and new chiefs MOzza is lacking
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