Pitfire Pizza Review | Los Angeles, CA

Pitfire Pizza has a few locations in the Los Angeles area, and I stopped in at their downtown Los Angeles restaurant.  I started with their breadsticks (pictured below) which had a little bit of cheese on them and were very good.  My group then sampled three different pizzas, the pitfire sausage minus red onions (pictured above), the pepperoni (pictured below), and the margherita (pictured below).  I really enjoyed the flavorful toppings of the pizzas making me more likely to recommend the sausage or pepperoni than the margherita.  The cheese was also quite tasty, but there wasn’t a whole lot of it on any of the pizzas.  An important thing to note is that Pitfire Pizza only makes one size of pizza that is meant for one diner.  I liked the pizzas, but I do wish larger sizes were available as I feel as though valuable toppings space was taken up with crust on their smaller pies.  If you are a fan of crusts, their’s were lightly charred and not too crispy.  This restaurant also boasts a pretty nice selection of fairly local beers.  Pitfire Pizza is near the Little Tokyo-portion of downtown Los Angeles, and I recommend it as a great alternative to Asian food.

What I Ate: Pitfire Sausage
Rating: 7.0/10.0

Pitfire Pizza
108 West 2nd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

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