The Official Los Angeles Shopping + Dining Thread

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  1. driveslowk

    driveslowk Senior member

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    Get the three pizzas I posted in the picture a while ago!
     


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    I checked the last 10 pages and then went to the first post and checked the first 5 pages and saw nothing. Which ones were they?
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    I didn't know it was in the WAYWT. Thanks.
    Looks great.
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    Let me know if you wanna grub this coming weekend me and kelv should be around.
     


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    Jet loves those fkn squash blossoms.

    The three pizzas are:

    proscuitto pineapple jalapeno
    Bacon, salami, fennel sausage, guanciale, tomato & mozzarella
    Prosciutto di Parma, rucola, tomato & mozzarella
     


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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    To those whose been there, what do you guys suggest?
    Besides skipping the hype/reservations and finding a pizza worth the trouble?
     


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    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    To those whose been there, what do you guys suggest?

    IMO I think Mozza is really overhyped and overrated. Probably the worst bread sticks in town are at Mozza. Dont get me wrong the pizza is good, not saying it isnt. but it isnt *that* good and it's def overpriced given how small the pizza is and it's mostly crust (which is a good crust) with very little coverage of toppings. but if yer in the area anyways it's worth going once i suppose. i've had the bottom two Mozza pizzas kelvin recommends and would also suggest either if yer gonna go. But for a similar style pizza I prefer Bottega Louie in downtown.
     


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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Your beeper vibrates whenever someone replies to this thread, huh? Or does it vibrate just for me?
     


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    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    Your beeper vibrates whenever someone replies to this thread, huh? Or does it vibrate just for me?

    i only click when you're the last responder. if you dont post i dont read. it's the closest i come to e-stalking
     


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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Have no idea how the wife hasn't broken up the Lobster Fun Club by now, but rather encourages it.

    PG2G mentioned a Burmese place out around Inglewood last night. Anyone else been? Looks cheap but with really damn good reviews.
     


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    Have no idea how the wife hasn't broken up the Lobster Fun Club by now, but rather encourages it.

    PG2G mentioned a Burmese place out around Inglewood last night. Anyone else been? Looks cheap but with really damn good reviews.


    Being a Burmese man myself, I got really excited when I read this. Do you know the name? I'm def going to look into this...the only other Burmese restaurant I've been to is the overly-hyped but surprisingly good Burma Superstar in SF.
     


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    I'm moving to Redondo Beach in 3 weeks. It's a really sudden move for me (work related) and I'm really nervous about picking up and leaving my home town and all of my friends. I don't really know anyone out there, never been there, and know nothing about the area.

    I know this might not be "LA proper" as some people see it, but any information about this area would be HUGELY helpful. Places to eat, good bars, things to do at night, best beaches, shopping... really anything. All suggestions are welcomed. Thanks.
     


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    Being a Burmese man myself, I got really excited when I read this. Do you know the name? I'm def going to look into this...the only other Burmese restaurant I've been to is the overly-hyped but surprisingly good Burma Superstar in SF.
    http://www.yelp.com/biz/mutiara-food...rket-inglewood I'll admit to not knowing a thing about Burmese food, loved it though.
    I'm moving to Redondo Beach in 3 weeks. It's a really sudden move for me (work related) and I'm really nervous about picking up and leaving my home town and all of my friends. I don't really know anyone out there, never been there, and know nothing about the area. I know this might not be "LA proper" as some people see it, but any information about this area would be HUGELY helpful. Places to eat, good bars, things to do at night, best beaches, shopping... really anything. All suggestions are welcomed. Thanks.
    I've worked in Redondo Beach / Manhattan Beach for the last 6 years, feel free to pm me if you have anything specific. I can refer some places to eat, I don't really spend much time here outside of work so I can't tell you about the nightlife and bars. Don't be too nervous, it's a nice location. Anything you can't get locally you can get to within 15-20 minutes.
     


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    Here you go noob

    http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=20679

    wasn't ebglc the one talking ish on mozza awhile back in this thread?


    Talking shit, no, questioning the hype yes. Cant deny the quality of the pie.

    New Neopolitan pizza spot in the camp by southcoast called ECCO. Anyone been?
    They got a new bahn mi spot in the camp thats a solid cheap lunch.

    Anyone got a good cheap spot by Troubadour? Burgers?
     


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