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800 Degrees Pizza is 'Exciting New Food Concept'

The trendy Westwood Village eatery gets a rave review from Huffington Post blogger Jay Weston.

Months after , Westwood Village pizzeria continues to attract new foodie fans.

Huffington Post blogger Jay Weston said the eatery, located at 10889 Lindbrook Ave., is "the most exciting new food concept I have encountered in a while."

He writes in a recent blog:

"The brainchild of a long-time Michael Mina chef, Anthony Carron, it offers a unique twist on the traditional pizza parlor, one which seemingly has enamored itself of the entire UCLA campus coterie."

Weston goes on to describe the pizza-making process at 800 Degrees, complete with photos of each step.

The pizza hot spot has also earned applause from Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold.

Click here to read Weston's Huffington Post blog.

What's your favorite pizza at 800 Degrees? Tell us in the comments section below.

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Spinyturtle August 22, 2012 at 06:19 PM
I usually go for the Pollo, which starts with oil, garlic and mozzarella cheese but no marinara, and then has seasoning (basil?), carmelized onions, chicken and gorgonzola cheese added. They also have the coolest coke machine...almost every coke, diet coke, root beer, dr. pepper, etc can be infused with either orange, raspberry, cherry, grape or lime giving you unlimited possibilites. The wait is usually 20 minutes to get your food, but the line moves quickly and even though it looks like all the tables are filled, there is usually one avilable by the time you get to the front and your food is cooked. Definitely a nice addition to the resaturants in Westwood.
Meredith Skrzypczak August 23, 2012 at 04:00 PM
Spinyturtle: That pizza sounds great! And as a diet soda addict, I'm dying to try the Coke machine.

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