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Follow Andy, a rookie pizza delivery boy, as he learns the ways of how to make a few extra dollars and scars in the pizza business. Pay attention to the four genres that this short film was shot.
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The art of New York style pizza-making is certainly a hard task. It’s simply difficult to replicate the savory taste unless it’s straight from the East Coast. If you’re living in LA, then that could pose a challenge for pizza lovers. Don’t worry, there’s always Lamonica’s. This establishment is a fine contender for the most authentic New York slices outside of the Big Apple.
Looks like LA is finally catching up to NYC with their own brand of tasty pizzas, rivaling all East Coast pizzerias. Nicky D’s has been renowned for its menu, earning praises from LA MAGAZINE and DIGITALCITY.COM! This is real pizza: Thin, crispy crust, piled high with delicious melted cheese, and chockfull of toppings. The flavor of each bite has a slightly burnt taste, thanks to the wood fire pit. Go for the Specialty slices, like the popular “BLONDE BUNNY”, which is a white pizza with has Ricotta, Goat Cheese, Romano, Mozzarella with a Roasted Garlic on and Olive Oil Base. It’s super cheesy, in a good way! Also try out the “NICKY D’LUX”, which is a variation of the Supreme pizza, loaded with meat and the works.
Deano’s doesn’t only strive to be posh; it strives to be the healthiest pizza parlor in LA. Located at a booth in the historic Farmer’s Market, Deano’s caters to the health conscious. Owner Dean Schwartz’s goal was to create great tasting, high quality, and more nutritious pizza that is low in oil and fat. They offer three kinds of crust — cornmeal, herb white and whole wheat —which are the base of over 20 pizzas. You could say that the best are most likely the less traditional. Try out the MEXICAN CHICKEN PIZZA, covered with a spicy black bean sauce and topped with just a little cheese, chicken, chiles and black olives. Or if you like it New Orleans style, they offer the CAJUN, with cayenne pepper, spices, sausage, shrimp, and jalapeno. Don’t forget to order a lot of water with this one! Not only is the menu inventive, but the prices are to affordable, ranging from 9 to 20 dollars depending on size.
A nice store front with present outdoor music? Check. Nice servers to bring you tasty and crisp New York style pizza? Check. This place has it all. Pizza Next Door is one parlor where you’ll find great choices, great prices, and of course, great pizza!
Located in the Old Bank District, Rocket Pizza is open till midnight four nights a week. Step right in, and you’ll notice the kind scent of warm, fresh-baked pizza pies. The décor is fairly chic, with crimson red booths and orange-tan walls. And while it’s hard to beat New York pizza, Rocket tries its best to get as close as possible, thanks to the leadership of manager Fred Eli-asi.