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When Nancy Silverton's then-latest Mozza iteration opened its doors in 2009, neighborhood sales of paper towels spiked 200%. Everyone within walking distance of Mozza 2Go was immediately on home clean up duty, wiping away countertop pizza crumbs and working out saucy sofa stains. The ability to seamlessly order the fennel sausage and pancetta pizza, or the margherita with fresh basil, and have it home in your lap in just minutes was a boon to the paper industry worldwide.
But there is more to Mozza 2Go than just their fantastic pies. Silverton's work with all things yeast, flour and fire is well-documented, so it's no surprise that the garlic knots and takeaway focaccia do so well too. But there are caprese salads here, and mozzarella paninis, whole roast chickens and rich butterscotch budino for dessert. Call ahead or just walk into the minuscule Melrose storefront for service. Nancy herself probably won't be around to serve you, but with every bite you take in front of y your Netflix fifteen minutes later, it's as if she's right there on the couch next to you. 6610 Melrose Ave., L.A.; 323-297-1130.
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4331 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles, CA