Pizzeria Mozza is a bustling, urban burst of flavor and color. Open noon to midnight, seven days a week, Pizzeria Mozza is the perfect atmosphere - ... More
Pizzeria Mozza is a bustling, urban burst of flavor and color. Open noon to midnight, seven days a week, Pizzeria Mozza is the perfect atmosphere - whether it be a business lunch or late night snack. The wine bar provides a vibrant venue for sampling from a selection of 50 Italian wines at $50 and under, but don't forget about the ample offering of salumi and pizza.
I'd heard rave reviews about this place but I'm wondering why. The pizza was ok. The crust was good but sauce had no flavor. We had the fried squash with ricotta appetizer for $12 and it was tasteless. They had the fork and knife in a paper envelope for decor but it was a waste of paper in my opinion. Everything was ok so I'm just wondering what all the fuss is about. It sounds like a PR move. Definitely not worth a wait.
We showed up without a reservation and waited 45 minutes to sit at the bar... It was well worth the wait... the bar service was awesome, everything we ordered was excellent. We had the arugula salad, margherita pizza, and a trio of sorbet..
I visited this restaurant during my vacation in Los Angeles on July 8, 2008. We have ordered insalata mista which was good and we ordered 4 types of Pizzas to share. Margherita, goat cheese, brocoli and mashroom Pizzas. All of them were really great. Ingredients were fresh and the food wasn't heavy at all. The service was friendly. Our waiter forgot to get us the garlic bread and brought us an extra drink which we didn't order.
All in all its definately a restaurant that I will visit again and again. Highly recommended.
visited last nite. Bar server was excellent. I thought they were skimpy with the cheese on my margaritta pizza and it was pricey for the size. I also thought taht 8.50 to park at a restaurant where i spent 100 dollars for two was outrageous.
We arrived for early dinner without any reservation and the dining room was fully booked for the night. But the maitre de was kind enough to seat us at the bar with very little wait. Brushchetta was big and tasty. Arugula salad was fresh. After pondering long about wide variety of toppings, we opted for Margherita and Prosciutto, rucola & mozzarella. Both were delicious, but was definitely not up to NY standard - nor they claimed to be NY style. They tasted more like fancier CPK with fluffier dough. Worth checking out if you're in the area.