I agree with you on Setebello on that it is definitely better than forgettable, as this is also my closest go to. I wish I could post more on the quality of that place compared to other NP places around the LA County area. But there are some that Id still like to cross off my list, I sure wish I was experienced enough to compare. You have years of delicious pizza eating experience which I envy, lol.
Jsaras hit it on the head with prices on this pie, wine selection, and specials. And after just googling up some of the ingredients jsaras listed on this pie, knowing already about the Salum Bl, and none else. I feel a bit robbed somewhat in that didn't get the experience with this pie that I should've had. Im not sure if the day I was there was an off day for them, or maybe it was just that pie, that time. But I take none of what I said or tasted back. After all it is my opinion. And Im in the Dena area also, I spent the last hour or so washing skunk junk out my new pups eyes and face because she was a house dog and has never seen or dealt with skunk before.
I love hearing others opinion on pie places that both parties have had the opportunity to visit, being that there are so many, but somehow oh so few goods or greats. Your knowledge on the ingredients and procedures would lead me to believe at some point you've had experience at this place, or that your determination to find out all things pizza or pizza places is far beyond my means. If so, I wish I could be that good! Anyways, I think there seems to be some confusion on the cheese used here. My waitress was adamant about using a 3 cheese blend on the pies with the option of gluten free crust. She said it was a 3 cheese mozzarella blend, but she could have meant 3 cheese as in mozzarella and other cheeses mixed in, Im not sure. But regardless, it was to much cheese as you can see from the pics, as it also pooled in the middle. And now, after learning a bit about Lindy & Grundy, Im a bit disappointed the sausage was so...ok. I really like what they are doing enough to give it a second try and love what they represent, but refuse to hop on the whole artisan/local made/grown band wagon If the taste isn't there. Its nothing personal, this goes for everything. But the crust on this pie was still just a tid to sour on this day, it was like the crust was had a dominate personality and the toppings were shy and timid. But I will asks for well done on my next visit. The pie you posted looks better than mine.
On another note:
The Congregation Room, down the street has good beer and supposedly good pies and flatbread. And Bellas Gourmet Pizza looks to be doing a Detroit Style pizza also. I plan to try both. If you or anyone else is in the area Id be up for pizza and beer with a fellow pizza lover, as long as your cool with posting pics of the pie as I do to keeps pizza freaks up till 1:06am looking at this site as I am!