True to its name, Late Night Pizza doesn't even open until eleven every night.
That brings their total spots to seven, with an eighth in the works.
Bauer is more positive, and loves the pizza, but Patty points out that the crust isn't as often as the "new crop of Neapolitan wonders" around town.
L.A.'s pizza plutocrats are falling over themselves to claim they started the trend.
The Eagle Rock matriarch opened the parlor in 1953 and earned raves for her pies.
Lobbyists for the industry argue that pizza has too many variations to slap a calorie count on it.
It's an interesting read.
It's from Italy, and it cooks a pizza from scratch in two and a half minutes.
The budding pizza chain plans 100 stores now that the president of Skechers has ponied up some cash.
That's 11th and Harrison, folks.
Alas, it will be called Farina Pizza & Cucina Italiana.
Just shy of two years in business, Addie's Pizza Pie at 3290 Adelaide has closed. Berkeleyside has the news, and says the owners had to close despite decent support from the community. They already own several other businesses between them,...
The rather awesome wood-oven pizza truck debuts at last.
It's the first of its kind in the world, as far as anyone knows.
Owner Nick Yapor-Cox is an Oakland native who recently moved back after four years in New York kitchens.
The pizza bar boasts a huge menu and pride for its craft beer supply.
They give a sign-language interview to KQED.
Berkeley's favorite pizzeria expands west.