We love Antica Pizzeria! It is our annual New Years Eve outing:) Honestly, I rarely get their pizza, because I love many of their other dishes, but my son loves their pizza and it is as close to Naples as you will find.
I usually make pizza at home, but here are a few pizza places worth trying:Villa Italian
, Culver City, rectangular, Sicilian style. The original owner for over 30 years was from Chicago. There are new owners twice over, but the pizza is still pretty good.http://www.charliesitalian.com/...formerly Cialuzzi's
in Redondo Beach. They recently renovated and offer pizza 3 ways...Sicilian, Jersey style (very thin), New York style. Love their sausage. It now has a sports bar section, and a family dining section. Valentino's
in El Segundo/Manhattan Beach is pretty good. The crust is pretty soft, but their sauce is very good.Jacopo's
in Beverly Hills...also Mulberry Pizzeria
, which is owned by the actress Cathy Moriarty...http://www.mulberrypizzeria.com/
I have found much better pizza places in Long Beach and Orange County. LA is totally pizza challenged.
PS...I was at Antica last week. They now sell their fresh pizza dough to go for $2.50.