Casa Bianca Pizza

★★★★☆
  • 1650 Colorado Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90041

    Cross street: In LA area known as Eagle Rock. Between Glendale & Pasadena. Near the 134 Frwy

    Map & Directions
  • 323-256-9617

About Casa Bianca Pizza

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Tuesday To Thursday From 04:00 PM To 12:00 AM Friday To Saturday From 04:00 PM To 01:00 AM

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Fresh food, good pizza. great prices. I definitely recommend this place.

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Fresh food, good pizza. great prices. I definitely recommend this place.

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fine job guys, the pasta was great, price is ok, service was excellent 5 stars

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★★★★★

fine job guys, the pasta was great, price is ok, service was excellent 5 stars

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Huge fan of Chicago thin pizza and Casa Bianca!. If you're from Chicago and love pizza, get here!! You can call ahead and say "we're coming in, put my name on the list" and avoid a really long wait.

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★★★★★

Huge fan of Chicago thin pizza and Casa Bianca!. If you're from Chicago and love pizza, get here!! You can call ahead and say "we're coming in, put my name on the list" and avoid a really long wait.

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the food is so great! please try this place.

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★★★★★

the food is so great! please try this place.

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Took one home, was on my way from work. Didn't check the place itself, but service was nice, friendly, and it didn't take long to wait for my order. I felt through the box how hot it is, and sent was breaking out. Couldn't wait to grab a bite. It all ended well. Feeling was that I want more....but, it will have to wait. Mind those pounds.

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★★★★☆

Took one home, was on my way from work. Didn't check the place itself, but service was nice, friendly, and it didn't take long to wait for my order. I felt through the box how hot it is, and sent was breaking out. Couldn't wait to grab a bite. It all ended well. Feeling was that I want more....but, it will have to wait. Mind those pounds.

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Have one person ""run, don't walk"" to get your name in and the rest of y'all saunter at your leisure due to usual wait (and for good reason). I am a big fan.\n\nSUGGESTION: order 2-3 different smalls to go with various topings, take home and cut into 1 1/2"" bite size pieces and arrive with or present a great appetizer plated.\n\nWorked especially well with leftovers one evening on the fly!

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★★★★☆

Have one person ""run, don't walk"" to get your name in and the rest of y'all saunter at your leisure due to usual wait (and for good reason). I am a big fan.\n\nSUGGESTION: order 2-3 different smalls to go with various topings, take home and cut into 1 1/2"" bite size pieces and arrive with or present a great appetizer plated.\n\nWorked especially well with leftovers one evening on the fly!

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I been coming here for years they always have fresh pasta and fresh pizza, what more could you ask for! It hard to find great Italian food on the west coast but this place is my savior!

5
★★★★★

I been coming here for years they always have fresh pasta and fresh pizza, what more could you ask for! It hard to find great Italian food on the west coast but this place is my savior!

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Went for lunch and got Lasagna For desert, I went with the chocolate cake and it was really good too. The staff is really professional and friendly and they've got lot of pastries and deserts to go when you first walk in. very impressive part of this restaurant for me was the area outside.

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★★★★☆

Went for lunch and got Lasagna For desert, I went with the chocolate cake and it was really good too. The staff is really professional and friendly and they've got lot of pastries and deserts to go when you first walk in. very impressive part of this restaurant for me was the area outside.

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I would like everyone before reading my comment to take a look at lets say..... 10 comments below mine and see if you can find a common theme whether the comment was positive or negative.............done reading??.......was there anything that was common throughout the comments? If you didn't catch it I will tell you, there is always a wait at this restaurant. For 56 years, yes, 56 years, there has been a wait on every Friday and Saturday night. What does that tell you, that no matter how many haters want to write comments on here about their negative opinion on this restaurant, people continue to pack the house every single weekend. So all you people who felt the need to trash the food and service, just know that long after you're gone, this restaurant will still be around, busy as ever, serving the thousands of people with its great food and friendly service. And for anyone who has not been to Casa Bianca yet, don't listen to anyone trying to tell you this place is not great. Come down and try it for yourself. However, bring the smallest car you have, parking is tough.

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★★★★★

I would like everyone before reading my comment to take a look at lets say..... 10 comments below mine and see if you can find a common theme whether the comment was positive or negative.............done reading??.......was there anything that was common throughout the comments? If you didn't catch it I will tell you, there is always a wait at this restaurant. For 56 years, yes, 56 years, there has been a wait on every Friday and Saturday night. What does that tell you, that no matter how many haters want to write comments on here about their negative opinion on this restaurant, people continue to pack the house every single weekend. So all you people who felt the need to trash the food and service, just know that long after you're gone, this restaurant will still be around, busy as ever, serving the thousands of people with its great food and friendly service. And for anyone who has not been to Casa Bianca yet, don't listen to anyone trying to tell you this place is not great. Come down and try it for yourself. However, bring the smallest car you have, parking is tough.

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One word: overrated. Been living in Eagle Rock for more than 20 years and I've never eaten at Casa Bianca. Decided to try it for the first time a few days ago. Place was packed. Felt out of place hanging out with these trendy hipsters transplanted from Silver Lake. They all the look the same.

Anyway, ordered a pepperoni with mushrooms. Was way too greasy. And the mushrooms tasted like they were from a can. What a disappointment.

I'd recommend, if you like waiting in line for up to an hour for average pizza.

5
★★★★★

One word: overrated. Been living in Eagle Rock for more than 20 years and I've never eaten at Casa Bianca. Decided to try it for the first time a few days ago. Place was packed. Felt out of place hanging out with these trendy hipsters transplanted from Silver Lake. They all the look the same.

Anyway, ordered a pepperoni with mushrooms. Was way too greasy. And the mushrooms tasted like they were from a can. What a disappointment.

I'd recommend, if you like waiting in line for up to an hour for average pizza.

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good pizza. even better drinks. better service. Cool place to hang out on weekends with some buddies.

4
★★★★☆

good pizza. even better drinks. better service. Cool place to hang out on weekends with some buddies.

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It was a very hot day and after my busy shedule I was very hungry so I went to to the Casa Bianca Pizza\r\nand it test great. My tummy is satisfied.

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★★★★★

It was a very hot day and after my busy shedule I was very hungry so I went to to the Casa Bianca Pizza\r\nand it test great. My tummy is satisfied.

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I heard so much about this place and everytime i drove by it was packed with people. After years of driving by, we decided to do the 45 minute wait for a table. If you're into cheap ingredients, old menus ripped, tiny skanky bathrooms then go to Casa Bianca. It was more than a disappointment. We discovered the reason for the crowd, the food was cheap in price. I rather go to pizza hut or dominos. Truly. I had a pizza with crust like a shoe. it was hard and tasteless. We also had a caprese appetizer which was tasteless too. After waiting for 30 minutes we noticed a common customer, overweight. Dont want to be prejudice, but it was the truth. I'll never go back.

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★★☆☆☆

I heard so much about this place and everytime i drove by it was packed with people. After years of driving by, we decided to do the 45 minute wait for a table. If you're into cheap ingredients, old menus ripped, tiny skanky bathrooms then go to Casa Bianca. It was more than a disappointment. We discovered the reason for the crowd, the food was cheap in price. I rather go to pizza hut or dominos. Truly. I had a pizza with crust like a shoe. it was hard and tasteless. We also had a caprese appetizer which was tasteless too. After waiting for 30 minutes we noticed a common customer, overweight. Dont want to be prejudice, but it was the truth. I'll never go back.

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I have ridden by this place a million times and always say people sitting outside waiting to get in. Recently me and my wife decided to see what the fuss was all about. The fuss in all about great pizza, salads and Italian beers. It appears to be a family run place and everybody was pleasant and helping each other provide service. The only draw back is that you best come with cash. That is all they take. And be willing to wait to get in. We waiting about an hour on a warm Friday night. Would get 5 stars if they took credit cards. I don;t carry much cash with me.

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★★★★☆

I have ridden by this place a million times and always say people sitting outside waiting to get in. Recently me and my wife decided to see what the fuss was all about. The fuss in all about great pizza, salads and Italian beers. It appears to be a family run place and everybody was pleasant and helping each other provide service. The only draw back is that you best come with cash. That is all they take. And be willing to wait to get in. We waiting about an hour on a warm Friday night. Would get 5 stars if they took credit cards. I don;t carry much cash with me.

Pros: Great Pizza and Salads

Cons: cash only

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Red-checkered tablecloths add retro atmosphere to an already fantastic meal, and while their crispy, thin-crusted pizza is unquestionably the star of the show, several pasta dishes are also offered, including spaghetti carbonara, linguini with pesto, and vegetarian lasagna. Take note: the wait can be long, and only cash is accepted.

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★★★★☆

Red-checkered tablecloths add retro atmosphere to an already fantastic meal, and while their crispy, thin-crusted pizza is unquestionably the star of the show, several pasta dishes are also offered, including spaghetti carbonara, linguini with pesto, and vegetarian lasagna. Take note: the wait can be long, and only cash is accepted.

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Sorry, I'm a native NY-er and I cannot honestly give this pizza a true thumbs up - it's just not what I expect of a pizza. I'm sure others love it, but it's not quite what a NY-er would jump up and down for.

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★☆☆☆☆

Sorry, I'm a native NY-er and I cannot honestly give this pizza a true thumbs up - it's just not what I expect of a pizza. I'm sure others love it, but it's not quite what a NY-er would jump up and down for.

Pros: crust isn't right

Cons: ain't NY

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We were so disappointed, that we thought it might be a mistake, or an off night-- so we went back a second time. The staff were pleasant, as were the other customers. Should other customers matter? In the case of Casa Bianca, they are a major factor, since the place is always full (in fact--swarming)! This means a long wait, which may help spark appetites and form the impression that the food is actually good. \n \nThe atmosphere is warm, kitschy and very cozy, like a ""red"" (sauce) American-Italian joint you remember from childhood. Maybe its naive charm is the attraction, or neighborhood loyalty, or the late owner's family and staff. Because the food is not great. Freshly cooked, maybe. Retro, sure. But the kind of retro where the eggplant slices are breaded with Progresso-type pre-seasoned, overly fine, overly dry breadcrumbs, with fake-tasting seasoning and way too much metallic-tasting cheap table salt. The eggplant finally tasted like fake, corporate Big Food, pre-packaged stuff from a shortcut taken somewhere in the ingredients (in this case, bread and spices). \n \nOther dishes, too were disappointing and forgettable, though served in large portions and well-priced. The ""parmesan"" cheese at table was the dry, poor-quality stuff that seems made for such 'retro"" restaurants. \n \nThe pizza crust was even more disappointing, bland, tasting flat from either low-quality or old flour (or both), with no interesting taste of quality yeast at all, and a poor texture--like stale, salt-free bread. I know they make it fresh, and there is obviously a constant turnover, so, again, it must be the ingredients... bulk, cheap, or stored too long. \n \nThere's a reason why pizzas like the ones at Mozza, Spark, the old Alessi, etc, require real effort to acquire special flour, yeast, salt and oil-- it's called taste. Ingredients do make a difference, though apparently not to everyone, or even the majority. \n\nThe sauce wasn't actually bad-- but while tangy (not always a great thing), it also tasted of bulk, pre-ground spices, like so much commercial frozen pizza. The cheese was also ordinary corporate bulk. But for us, the eggplant on the pizza ruined it beyond salvage.

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★★☆☆☆

We were so disappointed, that we thought it might be a mistake, or an off night-- so we went back a second time. The staff were pleasant, as were the other customers. Should other customers matter? In the case of Casa Bianca, they are a major factor, since the place is always full (in fact--swarming)! This means a long wait, which may help spark appetites and form the impression that the food is actually good. \n \nThe atmosphere is warm, kitschy and very cozy, like a ""red"" (sauce) American-Italian joint you remember from childhood. Maybe its naive charm is the attraction, or neighborhood loyalty, or the late owner's family and staff. Because the food is not great. Freshly cooked, maybe. Retro, sure. But the kind of retro where the eggplant slices are breaded with Progresso-type pre-seasoned, overly fine, overly dry breadcrumbs, with fake-tasting seasoning and way too much metallic-tasting cheap table salt. The eggplant finally tasted like fake, corporate Big Food, pre-packaged stuff from a shortcut taken somewhere in the ingredients (in this case, bread and spices). \n \nOther dishes, too were disappointing and forgettable, though served in large portions and well-priced. The ""parmesan"" cheese at table was the dry, poor-quality stuff that seems made for such 'retro"" restaurants. \n \nThe pizza crust was even more disappointing, bland, tasting flat from either low-quality or old flour (or both), with no interesting taste of quality yeast at all, and a poor texture--like stale, salt-free bread. I know they make it fresh, and there is obviously a constant turnover, so, again, it must be the ingredients... bulk, cheap, or stored too long. \n \nThere's a reason why pizzas like the ones at Mozza, Spark, the old Alessi, etc, require real effort to acquire special flour, yeast, salt and oil-- it's called taste. Ingredients do make a difference, though apparently not to everyone, or even the majority. \n\nThe sauce wasn't actually bad-- but while tangy (not always a great thing), it also tasted of bulk, pre-ground spices, like so much commercial frozen pizza. The cheese was also ordinary corporate bulk. But for us, the eggplant on the pizza ruined it beyond salvage.

Pros: friendly atmosphere, lively, trust-inspiring retro look

Cons: Mediocre food, disappointing pizza, bland, tasteless crust

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This is no more than a neighbor pizza joint with a lot of charm. Don't expect great food.

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★★★☆☆

This is no more than a neighbor pizza joint with a lot of charm. Don't expect great food.

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we waited forever. ordered standard pepperoni. it was not worth the wait. i did go back a second time just to make sure. it takes too long and not that great for my taste.

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★★☆☆☆

we waited forever. ordered standard pepperoni. it was not worth the wait. i did go back a second time just to make sure. it takes too long and not that great for my taste.

Pros: checkered table cloths

Cons: looooong wait, greasy.

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I'm sorry to add to the Bad reviews. But we relied on all the reviews, and if someone says something is bad we believe it. Somehow we got fooled this night. It was worst than bad it was really greasy and the crust was so tough.\nI really question the cheese they put on it because the oil was just floating on top. I don't like to write bad reviews but I don't like to waste someone's time or money. I see that it was busy which is fine. I've been to the East coast and even a lot of pizza places here and it was so astonishing at how unhappy an experience we had.

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm sorry to add to the Bad reviews. But we relied on all the reviews, and if someone says something is bad we believe it. Somehow we got fooled this night. It was worst than bad it was really greasy and the crust was so tough.\nI really question the cheese they put on it because the oil was just floating on top. I don't like to write bad reviews but I don't like to waste someone's time or money. I see that it was busy which is fine. I've been to the East coast and even a lot of pizza places here and it was so astonishing at how unhappy an experience we had.

Pros: Nice College Atmosphere

Cons: Pizza was so greasy, w/ a tough crust...I didn't get it

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I went to OXY, and everyone say ""go to Casa Bianca, they have the best pizza."" Well there are three main parts to a pizza (sauce, dough, and chese/toppings), but I don't care what anyone says, the sauce is the most important part. You can always hide sub-par crust or cheese with a great or even good sauce. Thats the only reason why there is good pizza in LA. The water causes the crust for all pizza out here to be average at best. Well the sauce here is so bad. I went once, and won't go ever again. If you want good family style italian food at cheap prices, go to Pamadero in Los Feliz. I never right reviews, but when I saw this was the editor's choice for budget date place, I had to say something.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to OXY, and everyone say ""go to Casa Bianca, they have the best pizza."" Well there are three main parts to a pizza (sauce, dough, and chese/toppings), but I don't care what anyone says, the sauce is the most important part. You can always hide sub-par crust or cheese with a great or even good sauce. Thats the only reason why there is good pizza in LA. The water causes the crust for all pizza out here to be average at best. Well the sauce here is so bad. I went once, and won't go ever again. If you want good family style italian food at cheap prices, go to Pamadero in Los Feliz. I never right reviews, but when I saw this was the editor's choice for budget date place, I had to say something.

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What a find! Had heard rumors,but had to check it out for ourselves. Got a table right at 4pm and had great service. Salad was great and pizza was great. The wine could use a little help,but now I know! By the time we left at 5:15 we couldn't find the door out there were so many people. It is obviously worth the wait. It's all about the pie man!\r\n

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★★★★☆

What a find! Had heard rumors,but had to check it out for ourselves. Got a table right at 4pm and had great service. Salad was great and pizza was great. The wine could use a little help,but now I know! By the time we left at 5:15 we couldn't find the door out there were so many people. It is obviously worth the wait. It's all about the pie man!\r\n

Pros: great pie

Cons: bad wine

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Yes, there is always a long wait but it is always worth it. Casa Bianca is a family run classic and they treat you like family, a dysfunctional family, but like home.

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★★★★☆

Yes, there is always a long wait but it is always worth it. Casa Bianca is a family run classic and they treat you like family, a dysfunctional family, but like home.

Pros: Yummy Pizza

Cons: The LONG wait

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Worth the drive to Eagle Rock!! If these 130+ reviews don't convince you to go here, Jonathan Gold's LA Weekly article will. The famous critic can't say enough about Casa Bianca's pizza pie. It really is that darn good! The crust on the thin side, the marinara on the spicy side, and the cheese covering almost all the way to the edges and baked to perfection. You don't need to say ""extra crispy"". The pizza does not flip or flop around, it's cut into wonderful little slices that are easily, but not mindlessly, devoured. When my boyfriend and I took a recommendation and ventured to this suburban spot we had high hopes, but were extremely impressed and our expectations were exceeded. Friendly staff, comfortable dining area, homey decor. I like plain cheese pizza and my boyfriend likes pepperoni, so we get 1/2 and 1/2, both are great. Casa Bianca isn't typical big ol' slices, but the flavor bursts and confirms the decision to branch out and give somewhere besides Village a try for some pie. OH and they're open late! So rare in l.a. and so convenient.

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★★★★★

Worth the drive to Eagle Rock!! If these 130+ reviews don't convince you to go here, Jonathan Gold's LA Weekly article will. The famous critic can't say enough about Casa Bianca's pizza pie. It really is that darn good! The crust on the thin side, the marinara on the spicy side, and the cheese covering almost all the way to the edges and baked to perfection. You don't need to say ""extra crispy"". The pizza does not flip or flop around, it's cut into wonderful little slices that are easily, but not mindlessly, devoured. When my boyfriend and I took a recommendation and ventured to this suburban spot we had high hopes, but were extremely impressed and our expectations were exceeded. Friendly staff, comfortable dining area, homey decor. I like plain cheese pizza and my boyfriend likes pepperoni, so we get 1/2 and 1/2, both are great. Casa Bianca isn't typical big ol' slices, but the flavor bursts and confirms the decision to branch out and give somewhere besides Village a try for some pie. OH and they're open late! So rare in l.a. and so convenient.

Pros: everything-pizza, staff, price, decor, parking

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This is a neighborhood place that has been around for a long time. They haven't changed the interior maybe since they opened, they take cash only, and they are good for families. This place is so popular, if you want to get right in you have to go around 4 or 5 PM, the line starts building up by 6PM and it can be a wait of an hour plus.
Their regular crust is nice and thing and to get a great pie, order the toppings you like and if you like extra cheese or sauce, order it that way. They use fresh garlic if you ask for it and each pie is made to order, so it is not fast.
They have beer & wine.

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★★★★☆

This is a neighborhood place that has been around for a long time. They haven't changed the interior maybe since they opened, they take cash only, and they are good for families. This place is so popular, if you want to get right in you have to go around 4 or 5 PM, the line starts building up by 6PM and it can be a wait of an hour plus.
Their regular crust is nice and thing and to get a great pie, order the toppings you like and if you like extra cheese or sauce, order it that way. They use fresh garlic if you ask for it and each pie is made to order, so it is not fast.
They have beer & wine.

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You must visit this place. i live about three blocks and walk here on for dinner usually. But seriously, since the wait is just too long. BE SMART AND MAKE RESERVATIONS. People just assume it is okay to just walk up to the place and it'll all be fine. But seriously, it is all worth it. I love the pizza. If you go there get the pizza! The eggplant is delicious! Mozzarella are always my favorite.

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★★★★☆

You must visit this place. i live about three blocks and walk here on for dinner usually. But seriously, since the wait is just too long. BE SMART AND MAKE RESERVATIONS. People just assume it is okay to just walk up to the place and it'll all be fine. But seriously, it is all worth it. I love the pizza. If you go there get the pizza! The eggplant is delicious! Mozzarella are always my favorite.

Pros: Pizza

Cons: Waiting

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Casa Bianca, let me tell you. Great pizza okay prices. it's a little bit price for the service. I wouldn't go there whit a group, but it great for a one on one dinnner .Over all there is always a waite to get a seat but thats the price you pay for a yummy family hole in the wall!

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★★★★☆

Casa Bianca, let me tell you. Great pizza okay prices. it's a little bit price for the service. I wouldn't go there whit a group, but it great for a one on one dinnner .Over all there is always a waite to get a seat but thats the price you pay for a yummy family hole in the wall!

Pros: ORANGE SODA!

Cons: the waite

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you dont have to be a foodie or a pizza afficionado to give this pizza the worst rating\r\nIt is greasy, actually soaked with oil. The crust is tasteless and ours was alos quite salty\r\nI think people flock to this joint because it is just a little more expensive than dominos and the portion are huge \r\nLike many of the reviews here , i wonder how and why it gets a good rating\r\n

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★☆☆☆☆

you dont have to be a foodie or a pizza afficionado to give this pizza the worst rating\r\nIt is greasy, actually soaked with oil. The crust is tasteless and ours was alos quite salty\r\nI think people flock to this joint because it is just a little more expensive than dominos and the portion are huge \r\nLike many of the reviews here , i wonder how and why it gets a good rating\r\n

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My grandpa and I decided to try this place out on his eightyth birthday and were we sorry. If you go out to eat here beware that they will tell you that the wait will be 30 mins but, after an hour of waiting I had gone up to the hostess and before I could say a word she said very rudely said ""who are you?"" I looked at the list to see that my name had been skipped. I told her my name and she said she called me, then she said she called me 4 times, then when the older lady came out she reinacted how she yelled my name all over the place. (defencive much?) We were the sat at a very uncomfortable wooden chair, we noticed there were three open booths and asked the move the older lady at the front said no that there were other people waiting to sit there then they sat these 2 guys at one of them who had been waiting about half as long as we were. Then after sitting there for another 20 min without getting even a glass of water we had to leave. They don't seem to understand anything about customer service nor do they practice simple social graces such as apologizing for making us wait longer. The pizza didn't look good, greasy and unappitizing I am kind of happy I didn't have to pay for their overpriced pizza I don't think it would have been worth it.

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★☆☆☆☆

My grandpa and I decided to try this place out on his eightyth birthday and were we sorry. If you go out to eat here beware that they will tell you that the wait will be 30 mins but, after an hour of waiting I had gone up to the hostess and before I could say a word she said very rudely said ""who are you?"" I looked at the list to see that my name had been skipped. I told her my name and she said she called me, then she said she called me 4 times, then when the older lady came out she reinacted how she yelled my name all over the place. (defencive much?) We were the sat at a very uncomfortable wooden chair, we noticed there were three open booths and asked the move the older lady at the front said no that there were other people waiting to sit there then they sat these 2 guys at one of them who had been waiting about half as long as we were. Then after sitting there for another 20 min without getting even a glass of water we had to leave. They don't seem to understand anything about customer service nor do they practice simple social graces such as apologizing for making us wait longer. The pizza didn't look good, greasy and unappitizing I am kind of happy I didn't have to pay for their overpriced pizza I don't think it would have been worth it.

Cons: Worst service I have ever had

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I meannnnnnnnn cmon. How on earth is this the best pizza??? It's good in a Costco /Chuck -e- cheese kinda way. Its beyond greasy. I think a lot of people like it because it touches on their WT(white trash) side. Canned veggies? Save yourself some time and go to Barones Pizza in the valley.

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★★★☆☆

I meannnnnnnnn cmon. How on earth is this the best pizza??? It's good in a Costco /Chuck -e- cheese kinda way. Its beyond greasy. I think a lot of people like it because it touches on their WT(white trash) side. Canned veggies? Save yourself some time and go to Barones Pizza in the valley.

Pros: ambience

Cons: pizza

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OK--I've heard MANY people talk about how fabulous the pizza is here, so we decided to try it for take-out.

I'm not sure if we went on an off-night or what but it was seriously one of the WORST pizzas I have ever had.

It was extremely salty and the mushroom topping was canned (which probably added to the saltiness of the sauce) and totally soggy--it was just not even palatable.

Unfortunately, we ordered a large, so we ended up throwing most of it out.

It's a cute place and was TOTALLY busy, especially for a Thursday night--so we must be missing something.

Yes, parking sucks and they take cash only.

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★★☆☆☆

OK--I've heard MANY people talk about how fabulous the pizza is here, so we decided to try it for take-out.

I'm not sure if we went on an off-night or what but it was seriously one of the WORST pizzas I have ever had.

It was extremely salty and the mushroom topping was canned (which probably added to the saltiness of the sauce) and totally soggy--it was just not even palatable.

Unfortunately, we ordered a large, so we ended up throwing most of it out.

It's a cute place and was TOTALLY busy, especially for a Thursday night--so we must be missing something.

Yes, parking sucks and they take cash only.

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A long wait and drive slightly detracted from the delicious pizza and friendly staff. Their pizza with extra cheese was the best I?ve had in LA and we were able to order beers through the hostesses while we waited for our table.

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★★★★☆

A long wait and drive slightly detracted from the delicious pizza and friendly staff. Their pizza with extra cheese was the best I?ve had in LA and we were able to order beers through the hostesses while we waited for our table.

Pros: great pizza, great value

Cons: long wait and possibly a hike depending on where you're coming from

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I always want to try out this place because of all the buzz. Me and my husband stopped by lunch time, then find the place only opens for dinner. We went around 4:45pm Saturday again and there is a loooong waiting list. An hour later, we had a table. The inside look OK, the food is not great, we spend another two hours waiting for the waitress to come back and served us. I had to end up get up myself and pay when we finish eating. Thinking about the wait, the food, the services, the environment, all thes won't worth my time, money and effort to go there anymore. Please!!! if you want good pizza, there are so much more places out there worth your precious time. I hope you can enojoy your next dinner and I highly suggest you don't go here to Casa Bianca. I enjoy eating out with my husband to find good restaurants, I never ""DISLIKE"" a restaurant enough to write a review. This is definitely a ""MUST NOT GO""!!!!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

I always want to try out this place because of all the buzz. Me and my husband stopped by lunch time, then find the place only opens for dinner. We went around 4:45pm Saturday again and there is a loooong waiting list. An hour later, we had a table. The inside look OK, the food is not great, we spend another two hours waiting for the waitress to come back and served us. I had to end up get up myself and pay when we finish eating. Thinking about the wait, the food, the services, the environment, all thes won't worth my time, money and effort to go there anymore. Please!!! if you want good pizza, there are so much more places out there worth your precious time. I hope you can enojoy your next dinner and I highly suggest you don't go here to Casa Bianca. I enjoy eating out with my husband to find good restaurants, I never ""DISLIKE"" a restaurant enough to write a review. This is definitely a ""MUST NOT GO""!!!!!!!

Pros: MUST NOT GO

Cons: No great food, bad services, ok environement, won't worth your time at all

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Long, long, long waits, but great pizza... & all around Italian restaurant. Has that Sinatra feel yet loud & busy & overrun with kiddies. Even to go takes 2 yrs but the pizza is worth it...

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★★★★☆

Long, long, long waits, but great pizza... & all around Italian restaurant. Has that Sinatra feel yet loud & busy & overrun with kiddies. Even to go takes 2 yrs but the pizza is worth it...

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This Eagle Rock institution is always crowded -- for good reason. Everything is scrumptious, from the homemade minestrone soup to the pizzas and pastas. I'm particularly fond of the linguine clams in red sauce; there are plenty of clams and the sauce is wonderfully garlicky. Their pizza has thin crust and is well above average; I found their mushroom and garlic pizza to be exceptional. You have the option of ordering a la carte or as a dinner meal; the dinner includes soup, tea or coffee and a scoop of ice cream for dessert -- a great value. Don't forget to bring cash because they don't take plastic. Also, be warned that the wait can be LONG during peak hours. They are open late, so I'd suggest going later (like after 9 pm) to avoid the crowds; also, they are closed Sunday and Monday (I think).

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★★★★★

This Eagle Rock institution is always crowded -- for good reason. Everything is scrumptious, from the homemade minestrone soup to the pizzas and pastas. I'm particularly fond of the linguine clams in red sauce; there are plenty of clams and the sauce is wonderfully garlicky. Their pizza has thin crust and is well above average; I found their mushroom and garlic pizza to be exceptional. You have the option of ordering a la carte or as a dinner meal; the dinner includes soup, tea or coffee and a scoop of ice cream for dessert -- a great value. Don't forget to bring cash because they don't take plastic. Also, be warned that the wait can be LONG during peak hours. They are open late, so I'd suggest going later (like after 9 pm) to avoid the crowds; also, they are closed Sunday and Monday (I think).

Pros: great food

Cons: long wait; they don't take credit cards

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I love Casa Bianca. Its not East Coast Pizza for sure, but sort of it's own deal. Yes the wait is long, but part of the reason I love to go here is to sit in the crowded lobby, drink some wine and talk with friends before dinner. The pizza itself is amazing, I recommend an eggplant and meatball pie, and the prices are awesome. But what really makes Casa is its awesome staff. In short this place is my favorite place in all of LA not only for pizza but as a restaurant in general.

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★★★★★

I love Casa Bianca. Its not East Coast Pizza for sure, but sort of it's own deal. Yes the wait is long, but part of the reason I love to go here is to sit in the crowded lobby, drink some wine and talk with friends before dinner. The pizza itself is amazing, I recommend an eggplant and meatball pie, and the prices are awesome. But what really makes Casa is its awesome staff. In short this place is my favorite place in all of LA not only for pizza but as a restaurant in general.

Pros: Great food, great staff, great prices, great atmosphere

Cons: none, are you kidding me?

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Totally shocked to see they used disgusting canned mushrooms on their pizza, even dominos wouldn't do this! In fact I don't know anywhere in S. California that would use canned flavorless mushrooms, and this is a key pizza topping! The cheese was also absolutely flavorless! overpriced for what you get!! YOU CANNOT USE CHEAP SUBSITUTES FOR A GOOD PIZZA!

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★☆☆☆☆

Totally shocked to see they used disgusting canned mushrooms on their pizza, even dominos wouldn't do this! In fact I don't know anywhere in S. California that would use canned flavorless mushrooms, and this is a key pizza topping! The cheese was also absolutely flavorless! overpriced for what you get!! YOU CANNOT USE CHEAP SUBSITUTES FOR A GOOD PIZZA!

Pros: Pastas are tasty but overpriced. Go to Ca' Brea on La' Brea for far superior food, at the same price

Cons: bad service, RUDE! BAD PIZZA!

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My wife and I went her strictly on the advice of the rave reviews from this website. True the place is a quaint, italian-american hole-in-the-wall, true there is a long wait for a table, but false that the pizza is anything but mediocre. We ordered a pepperoni pizza that took about 50 minutes but looked and smelled great when it finally came. Honestly I was excited when it came, but when i took a bite, all bets were off. Here's the problems: the dough is under-cooked, the pizza is too greasy and too frickin' salty. Don't get me wrong--I like salt and grease as much as the next pizza lover, but this was just a joke. Also, the place is louder than a Kiss concert; impossible to carry a regular conversation. so we just sat and waited a long time for an under done salty greasy pizza. Don't waste your time here.

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★★☆☆☆

My wife and I went her strictly on the advice of the rave reviews from this website. True the place is a quaint, italian-american hole-in-the-wall, true there is a long wait for a table, but false that the pizza is anything but mediocre. We ordered a pepperoni pizza that took about 50 minutes but looked and smelled great when it finally came. Honestly I was excited when it came, but when i took a bite, all bets were off. Here's the problems: the dough is under-cooked, the pizza is too greasy and too frickin' salty. Don't get me wrong--I like salt and grease as much as the next pizza lover, but this was just a joke. Also, the place is louder than a Kiss concert; impossible to carry a regular conversation. so we just sat and waited a long time for an under done salty greasy pizza. Don't waste your time here.

Pros: Decent Service

Cons: The Pizza, The Wait

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The wait was awful, and the cashiers were rude. I don't recommend this place at all, not worth the time.\r\n Can Mushrooms, oh my gosh how sad can you get. The Linguine was tasteless.\r\n\r\nI would not go back again.

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★☆☆☆☆

The wait was awful, and the cashiers were rude. I don't recommend this place at all, not worth the time.\r\n Can Mushrooms, oh my gosh how sad can you get. The Linguine was tasteless.\r\n\r\nI would not go back again.

Cons: the help, the pizza toppings, the pasta (tasteless). Not parking, too long of a wait.

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Its part of the tradition. If you want to be seen at LA's most popular Pizza joint you have to deal with it! Once you learn to cope, you can enjoy the history and taste of one LA's traditions...Home made sausage pizza is the bomb!\r\n\r\nExpect a wait, socialize with your fellow angelinos while your there, relax and enjoy the experience. No complainers please

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★★★★☆

Its part of the tradition. If you want to be seen at LA's most popular Pizza joint you have to deal with it! Once you learn to cope, you can enjoy the history and taste of one LA's traditions...Home made sausage pizza is the bomb!\r\n\r\nExpect a wait, socialize with your fellow angelinos while your there, relax and enjoy the experience. No complainers please

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It's amazing -- every time Citysearch trots out its ""best pizza in LA"" awards, up comes the colossally overrated Casa Bianca. I think I understand why -- everybody loves a Mom n Pop ""locals"" establishment, instead of making the same old tired trek to the nearest Round Table for the same old tasteless muck.. \r\n\r\nAnd it looks the part too: a quaint little italian restaurant with a vintage neon sign, on a busy corner, with a line out the door. It must be good! Right?\r\n\r\nWell, lemme tell ya. I am not one of those people with no taste buds, who has never had decent pizza -- I've had pizza in Boston, Chicago, New York, and Rome, so I know the difference between a good slice o' pie and a glorified, Pizza Hut $3.99 lunch buffet, been-under-the-heat-lamps-too long pizza. And that's what they're slingin here.\r\n\r\nIt's a thin-cruster, and each and every little pepperoni smiles up at you from a sea of that yellow cheese grease only found on the worst of pies made with low quality cheese. The sauce is unremarkable (think Round Table). Overall, its so greasy you better be a quart low before you go in, cuz you'll be getting your share of the slippery stuff.\r\n\r\nThere are lots of great (OK, at least good) pizzas to be found in LA - start with Antica in Marina Del Rey, which never makes the ratings, but is a bona fide Neopolitan style pizza with the certification papers to prove it. If that doesn't do it for you, try the tiny Mio Babbo in Westwood, where you'll get no wait, over the top service, and a much better than average pie.\r\n\r\nAvoid Casa Bianca. Or, at least order the pasta. Maybe its better.

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★☆☆☆☆

It's amazing -- every time Citysearch trots out its ""best pizza in LA"" awards, up comes the colossally overrated Casa Bianca. I think I understand why -- everybody loves a Mom n Pop ""locals"" establishment, instead of making the same old tired trek to the nearest Round Table for the same old tasteless muck.. \r\n\r\nAnd it looks the part too: a quaint little italian restaurant with a vintage neon sign, on a busy corner, with a line out the door. It must be good! Right?\r\n\r\nWell, lemme tell ya. I am not one of those people with no taste buds, who has never had decent pizza -- I've had pizza in Boston, Chicago, New York, and Rome, so I know the difference between a good slice o' pie and a glorified, Pizza Hut $3.99 lunch buffet, been-under-the-heat-lamps-too long pizza. And that's what they're slingin here.\r\n\r\nIt's a thin-cruster, and each and every little pepperoni smiles up at you from a sea of that yellow cheese grease only found on the worst of pies made with low quality cheese. The sauce is unremarkable (think Round Table). Overall, its so greasy you better be a quart low before you go in, cuz you'll be getting your share of the slippery stuff.\r\n\r\nThere are lots of great (OK, at least good) pizzas to be found in LA - start with Antica in Marina Del Rey, which never makes the ratings, but is a bona fide Neopolitan style pizza with the certification papers to prove it. If that doesn't do it for you, try the tiny Mio Babbo in Westwood, where you'll get no wait, over the top service, and a much better than average pie.\r\n\r\nAvoid Casa Bianca. Or, at least order the pasta. Maybe its better.

Pros: Old School Ambiance

Cons: Wallpaper paste on a cracker pizza pie

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I have worked at Casa Bianca for four years and have lived in Eagle Rock for 18. Customers can be put on the Waiting List as long as they are parties of 1-5 people.NOTE:this is NOT a reservation. Parties of 6-16(max!) CAN make reservations, but it would help out if one calls a few days beforehand, especially if the reservation is for a Friday or Saturday.Expect there to be an hour wait on Saturdays.Seating is very scarce and we are ALWAYS busy! However, it's busy for a reason and definately worth the wait. Even though I've worked there for four years, I can't resist ordering food for myself at the end of the night. The breaded eggplant is my favorite topping,with garlic. The al fredo sauce is truly authentic,the garlic bread is a great appitiezer of about $2.00 and the cannolis, sausage, meatballs, and all sauces are homemade as well. It's truly delicious,high on the calories,but affordable, and irrisitable!Expect to come out FULL. Literally above 90% of customers respond to the question ""How was everything?"" with a comment not far from ""like usual, it was great"". Very few times do we get ""It was lousy.I'm never coming back"" and this is usually from our ever so witty customers who come a minimum of two days a week. Come in and try it! Your wallet and stomach will leave satisfied.

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★★★★★

I have worked at Casa Bianca for four years and have lived in Eagle Rock for 18. Customers can be put on the Waiting List as long as they are parties of 1-5 people.NOTE:this is NOT a reservation. Parties of 6-16(max!) CAN make reservations, but it would help out if one calls a few days beforehand, especially if the reservation is for a Friday or Saturday.Expect there to be an hour wait on Saturdays.Seating is very scarce and we are ALWAYS busy! However, it's busy for a reason and definately worth the wait. Even though I've worked there for four years, I can't resist ordering food for myself at the end of the night. The breaded eggplant is my favorite topping,with garlic. The al fredo sauce is truly authentic,the garlic bread is a great appitiezer of about $2.00 and the cannolis, sausage, meatballs, and all sauces are homemade as well. It's truly delicious,high on the calories,but affordable, and irrisitable!Expect to come out FULL. Literally above 90% of customers respond to the question ""How was everything?"" with a comment not far from ""like usual, it was great"". Very few times do we get ""It was lousy.I'm never coming back"" and this is usually from our ever so witty customers who come a minimum of two days a week. Come in and try it! Your wallet and stomach will leave satisfied.

Pros: Authentic Italian done RIGHT,great music, beautiful waitresses,inexpensive,delicious!

Cons: not for dieters,not for people in a hurry, not for parties larger than 16 people.

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Since I really dislike giving restaurants bad reviews, I am glad this is not the case with Casa Bianca. However, this place is very (I cannot stress this anymore) average. I am really confused as to why or how this place is getting all these rave reviews, but I am gonna tell it like it is....good, but nothing to throw a parade over. Take it from me people, if it will takes you more than 10 mins to get to Casa Bianca, then don't bother.\r\nThat being said service was good:)

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★★★☆☆

Since I really dislike giving restaurants bad reviews, I am glad this is not the case with Casa Bianca. However, this place is very (I cannot stress this anymore) average. I am really confused as to why or how this place is getting all these rave reviews, but I am gonna tell it like it is....good, but nothing to throw a parade over. Take it from me people, if it will takes you more than 10 mins to get to Casa Bianca, then don't bother.\r\nThat being said service was good:)

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I just saw on the site's front page that Casa Bianca came in number 1 again. Well, I went here for my birthday in June just because of the rating. Let me tell you that this place has possibly the WORST pizza I've had in Los Angeles. Unbelieveable. It's cute inside, yes, but people, come on! Stop being sheep. It's terrible. It's an insult to all the other pizzerias in Los Angeles.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I just saw on the site's front page that Casa Bianca came in number 1 again. Well, I went here for my birthday in June just because of the rating. Let me tell you that this place has possibly the WORST pizza I've had in Los Angeles. Unbelieveable. It's cute inside, yes, but people, come on! Stop being sheep. It's terrible. It's an insult to all the other pizzerias in Los Angeles.

Pros: Cute inside.

Cons: BAD pizza, long wait, middling service

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best pizza by far. The service is not the best thing here, but think if you have been to Italy you would know. Eat the pizza and thank God there is a REAL pizzeria in LA. \r\nGreat family tradition! Good Job

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★★★★★

best pizza by far. The service is not the best thing here, but think if you have been to Italy you would know. Eat the pizza and thank God there is a REAL pizzeria in LA. \r\nGreat family tradition! Good Job

Pros: food

Cons: service

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First off, I have to say that I've been going here for years. I LOVE the pizza here and go quite often. I've never had a bad experience until last weekend....and it was so bad that I will not go back ever. People who frequent Casa Bianca know that you can call and get your name put on the waiting list when you're on your way, so when 8 of us decided to go here for my cousin's birthday I called first. Knowing how the wait can be I asked if we could possibly get our name on the list for that many people, I was told no, but that the wait was 30-40 mins in an EXTREMELY rude way that implied to me that maybe we shouldn't come at all. I asked the girl if she was saying that we should just skip it and go somewhere else to which she replied ""oh no, please go ahead and come."" So we did..and boy were we sorry. We piled into 2 cars and drove 30 mins to get there, then spent another 15 looking for parking (on a Wednesday nonetheless) only to be told when we went inside that they couldn't seat us for 2 1/2 hours. I explained to the older lady who is always there (owner I think?) what had happened and she told me that was impossible, that no one would have told me that and that she just couldn't believe that was the truth. Basically she implied that I was lying to which I took great offense. She then got another hostess involved who also told me that she just couldn't do anything for us, and that we were better off just going to eat somewhere else. I told her that it was someone's birthday and I'd really hate to have to inconvenience everyone and asked if there wasn't something that someone could do, to which I was told that she just didn't think that I was ever told that, that I must have been mistaken or said something wrong to the girl when I called. I don't understand doing business like this...in my opinion the customer IS always right, and they could have offered to atleast TRY and acommodate us in some way instead of being so nasty. I WILL NOT BE BACK!

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★★☆☆☆

First off, I have to say that I've been going here for years. I LOVE the pizza here and go quite often. I've never had a bad experience until last weekend....and it was so bad that I will not go back ever. People who frequent Casa Bianca know that you can call and get your name put on the waiting list when you're on your way, so when 8 of us decided to go here for my cousin's birthday I called first. Knowing how the wait can be I asked if we could possibly get our name on the list for that many people, I was told no, but that the wait was 30-40 mins in an EXTREMELY rude way that implied to me that maybe we shouldn't come at all. I asked the girl if she was saying that we should just skip it and go somewhere else to which she replied ""oh no, please go ahead and come."" So we did..and boy were we sorry. We piled into 2 cars and drove 30 mins to get there, then spent another 15 looking for parking (on a Wednesday nonetheless) only to be told when we went inside that they couldn't seat us for 2 1/2 hours. I explained to the older lady who is always there (owner I think?) what had happened and she told me that was impossible, that no one would have told me that and that she just couldn't believe that was the truth. Basically she implied that I was lying to which I took great offense. She then got another hostess involved who also told me that she just couldn't do anything for us, and that we were better off just going to eat somewhere else. I told her that it was someone's birthday and I'd really hate to have to inconvenience everyone and asked if there wasn't something that someone could do, to which I was told that she just didn't think that I was ever told that, that I must have been mistaken or said something wrong to the girl when I called. I don't understand doing business like this...in my opinion the customer IS always right, and they could have offered to atleast TRY and acommodate us in some way instead of being so nasty. I WILL NOT BE BACK!

Pros: good pizza

Cons: AWFUL customer service, VERY RUDE employees and owners

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they make a really decent thin crust pie...it almost smells better in there than it is to eat...maybe not, but maybe...haven't decided yet...it's a scene for sure.

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★★★★☆

they make a really decent thin crust pie...it almost smells better in there than it is to eat...maybe not, but maybe...haven't decided yet...it's a scene for sure.

Pros: a pie worth munching...

Cons: long waits

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Hands down- the best pizza in LA. Their thin crust, Chicago style pizza with sausage makes everything right in the world. Beware- it's typical to wait 45-60 minutes to be seated. But everyone there knows it's worth the wait. No reservations. Cash only, but there's an ATM there.

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★★★★★

Hands down- the best pizza in LA. Their thin crust, Chicago style pizza with sausage makes everything right in the world. Beware- it's typical to wait 45-60 minutes to be seated. But everyone there knows it's worth the wait. No reservations. Cash only, but there's an ATM there.

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After decades of relative anonymity, this nondescript Eagle Rock pizzeria has emerged as one of Southern California's legendary eateries. Folks drive considerable distances to take home the prized pies. A crispy, slightly chewy crust,…

 

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