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Where to Get Some of the Best Pizza in L.A.

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • February 11, 2020

hit every pizza place in town, but in our years of extensive taste-testing, these spots stand out as offering the best pizza in Los Angeles. Cosa Buona View this post on Instagram A post shared by COSA BUONA (@cosabuona) on Sep 18, 2019 at 7:12pm PDT

Cosa Buona is your classic neighborhood pizzeria, filtered through the lens of acclaimed chef Zach Pollack. The pizza is bubbly, charred, and wood-fired to perfection. Be sure to leave some room for the menu’s non-pizza small plates and other delights

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The best Italian subs in Los Angeles

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 14, 2020

and a pickle. Some sandwiches are prized for their balance; the Mary’s special is a one-two punch of cured, stinky, glorious meat. 8111 Foothill Blvd., Sunland, (818) 352-7213, Cosa Buona The Stepmother sandwich at Cosa Buona in Echo

to know her. 2100 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, (213) 908-5211, Chef Daniel Chavez makes the Stepmother in his kitchen at Cosa Buona. (Gabriella Angotti-Jones / Los Angeles Times) Eastside Market An Italian sub sandwich at Eastside Market

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6 great pizza places in Los Angeles

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 13, 2019

calzone form deserves a shoutout. 7315 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 917-5100, Cosa Buona In 2017, Alimento’s Zach Pollack (also an alum of Sotto) took over a space in Echo Park where Pizza Buona had resided for decades. It sits on an

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5 Chicken Parms That’ll Keep You Warm (and Full) This Winter

Danny Palumbo • Los Angeles Magazine • January 21, 2020

, and (if you’re lucky) enough pasta for at least one more meal. Cosa Buona View this post on Instagram A post shared by COSA BUONA (@cosabuona) on Dec 2, 2019 at 10:48am PST Cosa Buona makes one of the best chicken parm sandwiches in town. The catch

: you can only get it on weekdays (except for Monday and Tuesday), and lunch only runs from from noon to 2:30 p.m. So, there are 168 hours in the week, and for only 7.5 of them does Cosa Buona serve their parm sandwich. That’s pretty damn elusive, but

5 Hawaiian Pizzas to Try in L.A. (Just Hear Us Out)

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • January 15, 2021

flor di latte. $24, 11717 San Vincente Blvd., Brentwood, and 460 N. Robertson, West Hollywood, Hawaiiana at Cosa Buona Slicing the pineapple paper thin keeps chef Zach Pollack’s take (above) from slipping into dangerous territory. “There’s

Jonathan Gold's 10 best dishes of 2017

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • December 15, 2017

of pleasure, you still come out way ahead. 8715 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood, (424) 288-4621, Mozzarella sticks Smokey Mozzarella sticks as served at Cosa Buona. Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times Kitty-corner from the original Burrito

King, Cosa Buona is the kind of place the anti-gentrification guys like to gripe about, with natural wine, farmers market broccolini and a presence on OpenTable. Its chef, Zach Pollack, runs the witty Northern Italian restaurant Alimento. Its menu

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10 great new pizza restaurants in L.A., ranked by our critic

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 12, 2022

just shy of Chicagoan deep-dish casseroles) will always have their adherents. Plenty of fantastic pizza has appeared over the last decade: Daniele Uditi’s neo-Neapolitan standard-bearers at Pizzana; the consistent and smart combinations at Cosa Buona

Pizza, pasta and more L.A. Italian takeout for quarantine

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 13, 2020

pizzas and pastas. In a pristine margherita and a whirl of spaghetti tossed in a lime-flecked shrimp ragu, his talents remain evident. 1200 Bison Ave., Newport Beach, (949) 520-7191, Smoked mozzarella sticks from Cosa Buona in Echo

Park. (Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times ) Cosa Buona The menu centers around handsome, blistered pizzas sporting big flavors like sausage and mustard greens, but other enticements also vie for your attention. If I could ever only eat one dish from Cosa

On an Echo Park corner, Jonathan Gold finds the neighborhood pizzeria reinvented

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • July 14, 2017

carwash taqueria, and the smell of simmering green chiles from the original Burrito King. Now the corner is occupied by Cosa Buona, a new restaurant from Zach Pollack, whom you may know from his excellent Alimento up in Silver Lake or his years at Pizzeria

Ortica and Sotto. Cosa Buona is the kind of place the anti-gentrification guys like to gripe about — natural wine, fritto misto, and farmers market broccolini; a place where the couple ahead of you in line probably booked their spot on OpenTable; a dining

Where to buy the best L.A. chicken wings for Super Bowl 2021

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 28, 2021

Chicken wings with Zach’s Red Hot from Cosa Buona in Los Angeles. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times) The wings at Zach Pollack’s Italian restaurant are stained a menacing red. They are doused in what the chef has dubbed Zach’s Red Hot, a play on the