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Stone Fire Pizza Co.

sloanedone | Jan 22, 2007 07:38 AM

Did the Stone Fire Pizza Co. on La Cienaga. Soft opening, pretty empty on a Sunday evening. Skews young an sceney. They have about 30 different regular pizzas, kinda like a gourmet CPK, and then they have 8 thick crust "Chicago-style" pizzas.

Thin crust pies are okay. Toppings and cheese are good, crust is a little Tombstone. Thick-crust is a little better, about half the thickness of a Pizza Uno, lots of sauce. Not too heavy, not too light, not too much like Chicago. Thin-crust and thick crust are both in the 14-18 dollar range for 12-inch pies. Thick crust is the far better deal.

Drinks are expensive, waitresses cute, owner runs the Spanish Kitchen, too, of which I am not a fan. The pizza fiends should have a go, but it ain't no Mozza, and Mozza ain't no Village.

Top 5 LA pizza places so you have something to compare with:
San Gennero

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