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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, United States
1800 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90026
Pizza Restaurant, Italian Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
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."
35 reviewers
"Croissant bread pudding is incredible!"
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Quiana D
2 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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Deanna Diaz
a month 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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Sheri West
a month ago
It is the absolute best deep dish pizza or pizza in general I have ever tasted. I am a college student and I eat alot of Pizza and Masa's has ruined other pizza for me because it's so perfect and so fresh.
Nate H.
3 months ago
This pizza place is a family owned restaurant and from chicago. They brought the pizza style here to la and is a top deep dish pizza place in la. Its one of my num one places. This pizza packed a punch right on the nail and was so good. Only small issue is the large is now 20$ and the online menu had said 15$ however many places dont have the online menu correct anymore. I choose to get the California veggy which is spinach. The extra good service of the staff made up for the extra price. When i called ahead to place my order the person on the phone waitress was really great and friendly. She also let me know ahead that since it was one i may have to sit at the bar. The pizza was really great and service. I also loved the setup if the place. So id def bring someone here however the menu had just said there was a large size and a bigger size. They could probably use a medium size too. Ive found a few places in la for true deep dish pizza. Its totally i like dominos where i can eat almost a whole pizza at once!! Came in for lunch and saw they have small size so ordered two and got one for later!!
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Larry Lam
2 weeks 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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Nick Benuska
in the last week
Best chicago pizza outside of chicago, and I used to live in chicago!
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Rodney S
2 months ago
I'll only break bread with you, if it's pudding from Masa of Echo Park. After party was held at Masa, which led me to taste their legendary bread pudding. I can't lie, it was delicious. Warm, soft, sweet, rich & OMG good! Each spoonful a culinary rapture to foodie heaven. Vanilla custard with chocolate butter almond croissants & a drizzling of warm caramel sauce. A serving is perfect to share with another, or not if you're a fat pig like me. A slice is akin to a slice of deep dish pizza. After a night of partying, it was a great treat to have before heading home for the evening. Service was good. Some in our party didn't care for the spinach dip appetizer, which the staff was gracious enough to remove from the check. I thought it was okay. Not the usual style of dip, but not something I disdained. The interior is cozy, with festive lights decorating the bar. Seating was plentiful, as we chatted & reminisced about the night out in Hollywood. Metered parking in the front & side streets if you can get it. Residential parking available, too. Masa, I'm definitely a fan of your bread pudding. Maybe bread pie would be more apropos. Definitely worth the $8.95 price tag. From reading the reviews, the deep dish pizzas at Masa are highly regarded. But, if you perchance to dine here, do yourself a favor and don't miss out in ordering Masa's bread pudding. One to eat & one to take home. You know, just in case you wake up in the middle of the night with the munchies ;p Highly recommend! NOMNOMNOMNOMNOMNOMNOMNOM
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James Huynh
4 months ago
My favorite deep dish pizza (Disclaimer: I've never been to Chicago). Came in on a friday night from a bar down the street but we decided to call ahead because we heard of the 45 minutes wait. Ended up being super clutch since it saved us an hour wait. Once we got the restaurant we were seated right away. Ordered some of the house wine while we waited the remaining 15 minutes left for the meat deep dish pizza. When the pizza came out it the smell of the hot tomato sauce made my mouth water. the sauce was freakin on point because of the temperature (some places its uneven on the pie) and tasted really tomato and non fake. The cheese was the kind where you could stretch for miles! It had that mild/comforting taste that you crave for on mozzarella. The meats were great too, particularly the sausage. Free corkage means i'll be back for that and the dam good deep dish!!!
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