Apparently, owner Giuseppe Vitale has been pushing the truthful bounds of his East Coast heritage.
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Nine-time World Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani goes loco for a slice at Vito's on LaCienega.
It's pizza with a sourdough crust and funny toppings.
Closed after serving Old Town for 20 years, the pizza and pasta restaurant has a tiny new home.
That's a lot of slimy little orange tongues.
Researchers discover a possible health benefit for treating type two diabetes in your bottle of Cabernet.
The restaurant says they've cut the menu in-half to focus on their best-sellers.
"The pizzas will be wood-fired and very Neapolitan."
The name, appropriately enough for the Westfield, means "dome."
His project still has no certain location, but it's not dead.
Having landed on Pizza Today's "Top 100" list, the Manhattan Beach restaurant looks to expand.
The owner's taken the lease on the next door Cafe DiBartolo space.
There's no way this is true, right? RIGHT?!
The local family-owned chain expresses their good cheer through the medium of pizza.
Could it be a second version of The Luggage Room that the company recently brought to Pasadena?
The diminutive pizza place has caused a sensation in New York, let's just hope it translates better than Cafe Habana and Richard Sandoval.
They opened way the hell back in 1985.