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The Real Deal.
Spent the first 40 years of my life in New York City. Moved here in 2003. Not only would Pizzarito be perfectly at home on any corner in Manhattan, Brooklyn or the Bronx, it is the only pizza in Los Angeles that I will eat. Every single person I have brought there or recommended it to has raved about it. This place makes all the "NY Pizza" places in LA seem like frozen overthought imitation. If you want a REAL slice, good and simple, you should check this place out. Also, the Sicilian is as good as any I've ever had - anywhere.
Best Pizza In the Marina. I am lucky enough to live close to this place. Whenever I need my pizza craving fed, this is the place to go. Just writing about it gets me hungry.
BEST AUTHENTIC NEW YORK PIZZA.
THIS IS THE PLACE TO GO IF YOU'RE IN SEARCH OF AUTHENTIC NEW YORK PIZZA BY THE SLICE. LOCATED IN THE VILLA MARINA MARKETPLACE SINCE 1984.OUTSTANDING QUALITY AND SERVICE.
THE ITALIAN MUSIC IS A NICE TOUCH. PATIO SEATING IS WONDERFUL.. A GREAT EXPERIENCE, DON'T MISS IT.
AL the owner, is a real j&*k!! Dont give him your pizza$$!!.
i jokingly commented to "Big-A" about the .25 for refills (that almost every reviewer mentions as "ridiculous")
and he turned red, literally!! there's something wrong with this guy, "He aint right!".....he told me if i didnt like it i could leave....really he said that!! very odd guy indeed..he's a cross between the soup n@zi and fredo, from the Godfather...hey, i just realized "fredo" and "AL-fredo"...maybe its him!? anyway, try johnies or stefanos in sm for the real deal ny pizza...this odd-ball doesnt deserve our pizza$$.....
Good pizza. Need a pizza fix? Pizzarito is a tasty choice for a good price. You can get a slice, you don't have to get a whole pie.
Great slice, but what's with the soda refills?. I have to reluctantly admit this is the best slice on the westside of LA. They get that the secret weapon of a slice is the sauce! Why reluctantly? First, these slices are overpriced. But let's just say you'll pay extra for the best slice in the area. The real issue: the guy who runs this place is a hard-headed New Yorker who has all the charm of an MTA cop. Not sure who he treats worse: his employees or his cutomers? My advice to him: if you're going to put the soda machine out in the dining area, lose the $0.25 charge for a refill--it's just bad business to chew out your customers for assuming that your place is like every other place that gives free refills. If you need the money that badly, I'd be happy to pay the $0.25 up front just to avoid getting your lip.
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