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Olio Pizzeria & Cafe
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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8075 W 3rd St #100 Los Angeles, CA 90048
8075 West 3rd Street #100USCaliforniaLos Angeles90048
(323) 930-9490pizzeriaolio.com
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Olio is an artisinal neapolitan wood-fired oven restaurant, local and seasonal ingredients. The menu contains pizzas, salads, appetizers, coffee drinks, hand-crafted sodas and weekend brunch
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Pizzas cooked over olive- & almond-wood fires are served at this small parlor with outdoor seating.- Google
"That crispy,smokey, and thin crust is absolutely delicious."
"By far, my favorite pizza place in Los Angeles."
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LA's Best for Neopolitan Pizza
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Bert Oppenheimer
2 months ago
This pizza is so no nonsense delicious. Went there last night and ordered a mushroom prosciutto and a Hawaiian ..both did not disappoint and both did not last either. There is something to be said about a brick oven pozza. That crispy,smokey, and thin crust is absolutely delicious. Upon looking at it the first time I didn't think there was much of a topping to get ant flavors but boy was I wrong. The only problem I had with this pizza was I wish it was bigger :)
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Thank you for the nice comments. We look forward to serving you again soon!! Brad
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Colin Dixon
in the last week
My girlfriend and I found this place randomly about 8 weeks ago and have been probably 6 times. It's our perfect place to eat for everything from just getting drunk pizza to a cute weekday date spot because their pizza is seriously that good. Atmosphere is great and staff is excellent. Absolutely love this place
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Shawn Ratcliff
2 years ago
Easily the best pizza in Los Angeles. I've been to all the top places (Mozza, Antica, Mother Dough, etc.) and Olio surpasses all of them. The crust is impossibly thin, yet flavorful, tender, and crisp. Your pizza won't get soggy, unlike most Neapolitan pies. Toppings are perfect. And the prices are great, too!
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Barndi Kim
3 years ago
LA has a high bar for pizzas (whatever, NYC) and Olio unfortunately does not make the cut. The crust didn't have any crunch or depth or flavor or anything and while the toppings were creative, it did not come together. Definitely not a destination worth driving and finding parking for.
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Todd Syprett
a month ago
great little pizza place. people are very friendly, service was fast and pizza was excellent. was not crowded which was good. inside small. only one 4 top table and a few 2 tops. counter seats 8. plenty of patio seating. so be prepared to sit outdoors if more than 2. free parking in deck a plus.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Thank you for the nice review. We WANT to thought of as "the neighborhood corner pizzeria." We are glad you found the complementary valet parking convenient. We look forward to serving you again soon!! Sincerely, Brad.
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James Chou
10 months ago
By far, my favorite pizza place in Los Angeles. Be sure to sit on the counter. Oven to mouth time is cut down to a minimum.
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Rajiv Vyas
a year ago
The Pizza is excellent -- among the best and at par with 800 Degree in Westwood -- but twice as expensive as 800 Degree and hence the three stars.
cooper laiden
2 years ago
The pizza is good, the chef puts his love into each pie, but let's be real, it's a tad overpriced. Surprised this place is still in business with the prices they charge.

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