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Pizza Studio FIGat7th


Welcome to downtown Los Angeles! More and more, the neighborhood has grown with new shops or places to eat. The local community is flourishing with cool places to hang out and explore. Today we had the wonderful opportunity to visit an open air shopping mall located on Figueroa and 7th St. Here, it is known as FIGat7th. The shopping center can be found between two skyscrapers with a variety of shops. Read on to learn why this mall is full of shoppers year round, and why it's a go to spot for a quick lunch.

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Food Court

In case you didn't know, FIGat7th is a very popular dining spot as well. Very delicious dining spots include: Starbucks, California Pizza Kitchen, Georges Greek Grill, Mendocino Farms, Morton’s the Steakhouse, Sprinkles Cupcakes, etc.

If that's not enough, located inside the mall is the Taste Food Hall, filled with even more places to grab a quick bite or two. The place is open, and filled with the scent of burgers, pizza, and salads. Seating is quite plentiful with room for all your friends and family. Hand sanitizer dispensers can be found throughout and masks are required for entry. Taste food hall has the following lunch options: Coco fresh Tea & Juice, Five Guys, New Moon Café, Ocho Mexican Grill, Oleego by Parks BBQ, Pizza Studio, Salata, The melt, Twist & Grill, etc.

Pizza Studio

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On this visit, we ventured into the food court to see what all the fuss was about, and it did not disappoint. Having options is nice, especially when you don’t have to walk too far if you're craving something a little different.

Pizza Studio was our choice for today! At first glance the lines were non-existent, and the wait time was minimal. We arrived right before the lunch rush. Regarding pizza crust options, they only have thin crust available, but do have multiple sauces. Veggies available are standard, mushroom, olives, tomatoes, spinach, cilantro, etc. Once the pizza was topped with veggies then came the meats. You can add bacon, chicken, beef, pepperoni, and more. Once it's all set the friendly staff place your individual pizza on a conveyor belt oven. You can see as it is taken to crispy perfection. The baking takes about 15-30 minutes, as you wait for your pizza you can eye the Five guys across from you and get more hungry.

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The pizza is a great deal! About 10 dollars plus tax and you can top it off with as many toppings as you would like. If you do go overboard with the toppings they charge a small fee. If you just want a pre-made pizza, simply order directly from their menu.

Time for the taste test, courtesy of the friendly self storage team. The pizza tasted great! With just the right amount of everything we wanted. The fun part of these pizzas is that they are small yet mighty. Full of flavor and toppings that don’t disappoint. The individual portions make them really convenient.

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If you're not in the mood to eat, or simply just need to get some shopping done after work. You can find a multitude of shops for all your needs, such as: Target, Zara, T-Mobile, Sephora, Sunglass Hut, etc.

Located on 735 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90017. Figat7th is walking distance from the bus lines and the 7th street metro center station.

Los Angeles Self Storage 

The downtown Los Angeles community is packed full of flavor in every corner.  Pizza Studio has plenty of options, similar to Los Angeles self storage where we provide our community a variety of storage solutions! Here at Los Angeles Self Storage, we value supporting local businesses. Feel free to stop by and let us know of new spots to visit in our DTLA community.

Pizza Studio
735 S Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90017
(213) 623-3048

Los Angeles Self Storage

1000 W. 6th Street Los Angeles, CA 90017


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