Pizza >Lucifers Pizza
1958 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002734.107088 -118.287284
Neighborhoods: Los Feliz, Central LA
My friends and I come here when we want a "damned" good pizza (ba dum chh). I love their choices of toppings.
Too Hot for A Daily Slice – Want your slice with a side of antacid? Head over to Lucifer's, where even their name should warn you to take precaution. With options to kick your pie up a notch to three levels of spicy, plus creative selection of toppings, they're definitely one of a kind.
Creative and Tasty Creations – I’ve been obsessed with the idea of going here for weeks now. Tonight, I had to make Lucifer’s Pizza mine, all mine. Mwah Ha Ha Ha. (pathetic attempt at an evil laugh)
As it was another Dodgers night with Tenille, we decided to grab dinner in Los Feliz before the game. Already late for the game and 20 minutes from my house, I realized as we sat down to eat that I had forgotten the tickets. Shoot!
Oh well, we’ve never been to a game on time this season, why ruin that streak?
After eating, we drove back home, got the tix, then drove back to the stadium, 2 HOURS LATE. But it was a high scoring game, we arrived at the 4th inning. Perfect! We were still able to watch the Dodgers continue to kick Cincinatti’s butt!
Lucifer’s is a little pizza shack, painted all in black, with very friendly Australian employees. They have about 20 different types of pizzas to choose from and I had my evil little heart set on the Thai Satay Chicken.
Both Tenille and I ordered personal sized pizzas which obviously were the perfect size cuz we both DEVOURED the entire thing. Here’s a breakdown:
*Thin, crispy, dry crust.
*Not greasy at all.
*Minimal cheese, which I like.
*Terrific sauce (mine had peanut sauce on top of the tomato sauce. Don’t scoff, it actually worked)
*There wasn’t an overload of toppings which was good.
*Both of our pizzas were under $10 bucks.
*Would I go back? Yes. Satan himself couldn’t stop me.
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Love it... – Friendly service and great pizza. It's hard to find real New York pizza in LA but these guys are the real deal. I highly recommend it...
Spicy! – Just tried this spot the other day for the first time and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised.
Fresh ingredients, not greasy, good dough (though I do typically prefer my crust a little crispier).
Watch out for the heat. I like spicy stuff, but my side of medium hot sauce was pretty damn hot.
Citysearch Editorial Review – In case you miss the flames painted above the awning and the prominent pitchfork found in the logo, the devilish theme of this Los Feliz pizzeria really gets cooking inside. A handful of small tables on the cement floors sit beneath a wrought iron chandelier flickering with faux candles while jet black walls are set off by pillar candle insets. Add a red velvet window seat and a framed print of a tuxedoed Lucifer and you've got a place that's straight out of a "True Blood" goth bar scene. Flame-cooked pizzas (get it?) come in individual and large sizes and are prepped within a range of spicy flavors: "Zero," "medium," "fiery" or "blazing." Nearly 20 varieties of pie include creative concoctions like roast pumpkin and prosciutto, a popular Greek lamb and rosemary option and the Ringburner, topped with pepperoni, jalapenos, bell pepper and the house-made chili sauce.
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