Mini LA Food Crawl

We had been meaning to go around the city and try out some pizza places so we ended up doing just that along with a couple of pit stops for a fish taco and another for pies πŸ˜€

This is maybe more of a mini food crawl, but it was still tasty and fun! At each of these places except the pie place we shared one item so we weren’t super stuffed and sick.

Our first stop was Mulberry Street Pizzeria.


The pizza was SUPER thin, but maintained it’s crispiness. I did some serious damage to my mouth because it was SUPER hot, but it was so worth it.


Ricky’s Tacos was another place we had heard so much about.Β They are known for their fish tacos. The truck lists their many taco accolades including being one of the top fish tacos in the nation!



The fish in this taco was light and had a really great crunch from the batter, the cabbage added some much needed freshness to the fried fish. The tortilla did a great job of holding everything together. We topped it with the spicy salsa and their special mix of mayo and mustard and it was simply delicious!


Pizzanista was our next stop!



This place had the most interesting pies and the great thing is they have vegan pizza with vegan cheese and “meat.” Since we were comparing pizzas we had to get a slice of cheese. They were kind and split it for us.


There was a lot more cheese on this slice and the crust was thicker. It was a good slice of pizza, but not my favorite compared to other spots!

We walked to our next and final place-The Pie Hole. Pie Hole has sweet and savory pies to please the whole crowd. We got two of their more popular pies-The Earl Grey and the Cereal Pie.


The Earl Grey was very light and smooth. I tasted more chocolate then tea. The filling was nice and fluffy, but contrasted with pistachios sprinkled throughout.


The Cereal Pie was denser. The filling was similar to cheesecake in texture and had fruity pebbles mixed in. It was topped with a few different cereals you may remember from your childhood (or last night) like Fruit Loops and Lucky Charms.


They were both very different and very delicious!

The two places we would go back to are probably Mulberry Street and Pie Hole! It’s not that Pizzanista and Ricky’s didn’t taste yummy and in fact I recommend you try all four of these places if you get the chance!

Have you ever done a food crawl where you live? What’s your favorite spot?

15 thoughts on “Mini LA Food Crawl

  1. entermyworldweb says:

    I have never done a food haul but that sounds like such a great idea πŸ˜‚ I don’t know why I have never thought of it before haha. Great post! I love pizza so that’s always great and that pie looked amazing 😍 xx

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  2. Mackenzie says:

    Super hot pizza is the best!! I honestly would rather burn myself than deal with luke warm za’! The tacos do look so yummy & that you would never know that was vegan pizza! Those pies look awesome & unique! Love when place have original eats- so fun & innovative. Thank you tons for sharing, Jess! You know how much I loved this post!

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  3. Hunida says:

    Hahaha oh no! I hate burning my mouth on hot foods but I see why you did. I’d eat that pizza right away, too! The pies sound & look so yummy. I giggled about how you said “or last night” about cereal because I love eating cereal at night & we always have a kiddie one in our kitchen LOL. I wish there were more vegan pizza spots here. I can never seem to find one!

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