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Masa of Echo Park Bakery & Cafe
Pizza Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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1800 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026
1800 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90026
(213) 989-1558masaofechopark.com
Pizza Restaurant, Italian Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Cafe
Bakery
Vegan Restaurant
Dessert Shop
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 8:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Family-run pizzeria turns out Chicago-style, deep-dish pies with vegan options, plus bread pudding.- Google
"Best deep dish Chicago style pizza in LA. Hands down."
"Croissant bread pudding is incredible!"
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David Patel
3 weeks ago
I really don't think that Masa needs another review but I will offer my suggestions and keep this short and sweet! I think that the Manchego Salad is a nice appetizer and is perfect for sharing. Definitely try Masa's Chicago style pizza, the Traditional (sweet italian sausage and mushroom) was cheesy and delicious. And to top it all off we finished with the Bread Pudding. This perfection and definitely a MUST TRY!!! Service is always friendly and attentive! What more can a customer ask for?
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Carlos Najarro
2 months ago
This was my first time coming here, and I fell in love with their deep dish pizza. So delicious and the staff is so friendly and helpful. I recommend this place to anyone looking for true pozza lovers and Italian cuisine.
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Deanna Diaz
4 months ago
I've been here a few times. The pizza takes a while to make, but it's really good. One small is more than enough for 2 people. I've also had the leak and potato soup and it's delish. It's a little pricey, but not too ridiculous. Nice for an intimate date or brunch. The decorations are very vintage and homey. I've also gone here alone and had a meal. Everyone is really nice. There's public parking around the corner. All street parking is metered. So bring change!
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Sean Nikooei
3 weeks ago
best chicago style pizza in town. usually takes 45 minutes for them to make the pizza, but it's worth the wait. its usually always busy so a reservation is a good way to go.
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Quiana D
5 months ago
Awesome spot! I'm from Chicago and hands down this keeps me satisfied from my cravings of the greatest deep dish pizzas back at home. I've brought friends who ordered other things like the salads (very large) and were pleasantly pleased. Actually someone from Chicago referred me to this restaurant a few years ago. Almost every time I drive from San Diego to LA for a couple of pies one of the owners gets me with a great conversation. The staff is friendly and work together like a family. For instance, someone in the staff married in 2014, the restaurant closed in honor of supporting/attending the eventful occasion. Cool beans!
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Larry Lam
3 months ago
There's a good reason why I've memorized the address to this restaurant: it's in my bag of tricks whenever I'm asked to suggest a place to eat. Pizza in LA is largely underwhelming. I've heard "Costco" as an answer to the question "what's your favorite pizza around here?" too many times. Nothing wrong with it, but it goes to show you the lack of viable options. Yes, the pizza here is fantastic. And fortunate to all, Masa also carries some amazing dishes and beer on top of that. My go-to pie is the Santa Ynez, though I've been fond of the Lilac on days I feel vegetarian. I've never had the 45 minutes to spare for the deep dish (that's how long it takes to prepare/cook) but it has many Yelp fans. The service is awesome, the place intimate, but not cramped. This is a restaurant for the sit-down crowd; on-the-gos should see Two Boots across the street.
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William Fowler
2 months ago
I love Masa pizza!! I love the meat lovers and the Lots of Cheese!! I try to avoid going often because otherwise I will stuff myself in this pizza... Love the masa flavor of the dough, the cheese and and the juicy roasted taste of the tomatoes!
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alice chung
7 months ago
There's only one thing to order here, really: deep dish traditional (with sausage) pizza. You get the biggest bang for your buck here with two sizes to choose from - small or large. Small feeds about 3 people and large feeds about 6, I believe. Each person can do about 2 slices because they are hefty portions. The crust is the best part and the sausage sheet topping comes in on a close second.