8 L.A. Pizza Places That Beat Anything in Brooklyn

SoCal’s pizza scene is getting hotter and greasier. Here’s where to head when a hankering for some East Coast flavor strikes
Heather Platt • Los Angeles Magazine • October 11, 2021
For Daniel Holzman, it all comes down to the water temperature. When the native New Yorker makes the dough at his recently opened Danny Boy’s Famous Original Pizza in downtown Los Angeles, he uses water that is precisely 41 degrees Fahrenheit....
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