Among all the Italian choices on San Vincente, Pizzicotto stands out for its consistently good food, warm neighborhood atmosphere, and value. Try the lobster ravioli.
Love Pizzicotto. Brentwood favorite: their daily specials are excellent, great wine list, and the pizza is traditional italian. The priest strangler pasta is to die for! Seating is tight but upstairs is a great option.
This hit on all cylinders. The atmosphere reminded us of New York; small, friendly staff and lots of charm. The food was fantastic, and the menu quite extensive. We were particularly taken by the wine choices: several bottles from small villages in the Chianty region of Tuscany that we had visited. I look foward to going again
This is a cute neighborhood place. Downstairs seating has good atmosphere. Upstairs isn't as nice. (They first tried to seat us upstairs and we asked after seeing it to be seated downstairs.) This place had $$ on its yelp rating. (Other Italian places in Brentwood were $$$.) This is why we chose it. It still seemed a bit expensive. Pasta... More
Started off with a Caesar salad. Asked if there were anchovies, was told they could be added. Added they were, quite generously, but they never said they would tack on a charge on the bill. Then had the mushroom pizza. The mushrooms were varied and sauteed, the sauce was very good and the mozzarella was quite tasty. But, the crust... More
We tried to book a few of the well known italian restaurants in LA via online systems but couldn't get a time that suited us so - took a recommendation from our hotel (Brentwood Inn) and went to this little local italian restaurant on our first night in LA. They gave us good food, tasty wine and speedy, unfussy service.... More
In a whirlwind weekend in Los Angeles, we sat at Getty Center using Trip Advisor on our iPad to research a dinner location. There are over 2600 Los Angeles restaurants on Trip Advisor, but we quickly settled on #44, Pizzicotto, based on its reviews and convenient location near Getty and on our way to LAX. Make reservations! This is a... More
Never expected as I hoped to get at least some average italian style pizza but thanks to the staff we got a great experience and meal with italian influence of herbs etc (pizza by the way is not even on the menu). Price/ quality was good for the food we had, and service we got from our (italian) waiter
I came here for lunch with a friend and enjoyed the panini with prosciutto & mozzarella. Instead if getting the full size I had half a sandwich, which was very filling, with ravioli and pesto soup. The soup was disappointing as it tasted like warm water with a touch of pesto. My friend had the gnocchi bolognese, which was good,... More
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