I LOVE New York style thin crust pizza. It’s my favorite. Especially a good slice dipped in ranch dressing…I know, classy right? lol. Unless the pizza is SO amazing it doesn’t need ranch, but pizza dipped in ranch is probably the best combination, if you’ve never tried…Get on it.
Anyway, there are a couple Mulberry Street Pizzarias around LA, one on Canon and Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills, & one in Sherman Oaks and Encino on Ventura Blvd. It’s just a casual pizzaria, nothing fancy.
After having the best pizza I ever had in my life in Brooklyn, (read my blog posting about Di Fara pizza in Brooklyn, New York), and Pizzaria Mozza which is “supposed” to be the best pizzaria in Los Angeles, I heard a lot about Mulberry Street pizza and decided to give it a shot. I’ve been to the one on Canon Dr. in Beverly Hills and the one on Ventura Blvd. in Encino.
Mulberry is defintely a good represenation of New York style pizza. The slices are super thin, and a good size. Would I say it’s amazing? Definitely not. It’s good, and if you like New York style pizza, I think Mulberry Pizza is a good option. Nothing special about the pizza, just an average good slice. I only ordered by the slice though and the pizza wasn’t fresh out the oven. It had been sitting there, which is normal in most pizzarias, but next time I want to order a fresh whole pie, pick it up and bring it home. I feel like if I got my slice fresh out the oven it would have been a LOT better, and I feel like I can only judge fairly after having fresh out the oven pizza. But most pizzarias if you order by slice they just warm it up for you so there’s nothing wrong with that, I just don’t really understand the hype I’ve heard about this place. There was nothing to complain about, but I defintely didn’t leave impressed. I guess when I’ve had the best it becomes hard to please me…lol
|Chicken, tomato, basil slice|
|Classic pepperoni slice|