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A pattern seems to be forming it self here in California where I’m currently vacationing. Pizzas! I would have thought it would be burgers being in the U.S., but funny enough it’s pizzas Nick Philip and I have been craving 🙂 Especially during our time at the Coast we’ve enjoyed a lot of pizzas. Here’s our favorite’s:

 

Rose

I’ve already mentioned Rose lofty patios here on the blog that are particularly lovely during the evening with all the lights. Their pizza’s are another reason to visit them. Seriously their pepperoni pizza aka. Killer Bee is probably one of the best pizzas I’ve ever tried.

220 Rose, Venice, CA 90291

 

Gjelina

A well known restaurant in Venice that I of course had to visit. They have a large selections of pizzas on the menu, but I went for the mushroom, goat cheese and truffle pizza with thyme. Really good and not so heavy due to the thin crust.

1429 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291

 

Malibu Farm

On the Pier in Malibu you’ll find Malibu Farm – the coziest café and restaurant. With a unique view of the Pacific Ocean this is a place to take your time. We shared a lot of snacks, starting with their cauliflower pizza. It’s not your traditional Italian pizza with a crunchy crust, it’s more sticky in the texture. I can’t quite describe it, but it’s defiantly more of a fusion kind of pizza, just so you have this in mind when ordering.

23000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265

 

Even if you’re not into pizzas these three places are worth a visit. I’m adding them to my list of favourit L.A. spots 🙂

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