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

Pineapple pizza may be controversial, but these pies are just plain delicious
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • January 15, 2021
The internet has a lot of strong feelings about putting pineapple on pizza (surely you’ve seen the memes), but we think the pies these local pizza maestros are slinging could convert even the most vocal haters. Sacrilegio at Pizzana Pizzana nods...
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