Blaze Pizza secures funding to spread franchise across the country, while Umami's shogun will likely have a more patient approach.
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The photographer will offer a specialty pizza with a box featuring his iconic "L.A. Hands" image.
The special pie is intended to celebrate this weekend's return of CicLAvia.
The underground Chicago deep-dish maker is going legit.
This is the fifth location of Richie Palmer's 20-year-old empire.
The sequel to Umami's pizza concept will also feature a stand-alone deli with sandwiches on baked pizza dough.
Providing the neighborhood a well-cultivated everyday option ruled by a Stefano oven, proprietary starter, and a strong beer selection, this one's going to be slammed.
The new concept in Neapolitan-inspired pies comes from the founders and chef of Abigaile restaurant in Hermosa Beach.
Finally, some expansion news from what was predicted to be the world's next hot franchise.
The authentic Neapolitan pizza place will add a touch of dignity to such scenes as Yard House and Toby Keith's place.
Three locations of the latest assembly-line pizza chain will open in L.A. this year.
That's pulled pork bao we're talking about, not the ones at L.A. Fitness.
Of course, in a slice of typical Vegas excess, the property already has a Puck-branded pizzeria.
Richie Palmer is offering a free slice to anyone who brings in a receipt.
Pizza and wine may be the most popular dating diets in town.
The planned first of six potential locations will introduce L.A. to coal-fired pizza.
The growing brand is already ahead in the race to dominate assembly-line pizza.
The place is Neapolitan at heart, with native ingredients up top.
The current address will play home to the owners' Sixth Street Tavern.
A former devotee to Phoenix's Pizzeria Bianco, Scott Tremonti offers almond wood-fired traditional pies from a moving vehicle.