Hot Dogs Or Pizza? L.A. Votes Pizza | KCET
Hot Dogs Or Pizza? L.A. Votes Pizza
The pizza is part of an empire now, but it started in one Beverly Hills restaurant, and was an integral part of the "California cuisine" craze of the '80s.
The pizza next goes up against the strawberry donuts at Donut Man. Come back tomorrow to vote!
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