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6335 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

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11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Regular Hours

Mon - Sat

11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Sun

12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

BBB Rating

A+?
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$

Payment Methods

Mastercard, Amex, Visa

Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Take Out, Italian, European, Seafood, Continental, Pizza

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Below Average

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    Chang S.
    06/04/2016

    best pizza in town, my opinion. I had lunch last week with friends here and we had great time pastas not bad yum

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    Yellow P.
    01/13/2014

    Great place to have dinner. Be there when I need it.

  • jsbruin
    02/14/2013

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    randell182
    02/10/2013

  • hot tub time machine
    larryslunch
    04/26/2011

    Was this a Risi E Bisi restaurant or is it the same place/menu with a new name? haven't been back to the neighborhood in a while. Somebody enlighten me so I don't make the trip for nothing 5 stars if it's the same one. --just curious

  • The Pizza
    pberman613
    03/12/2011

    Average pizza. Nothing special. Typical L.A. pizza. Man, do I get homesick for Brooklyn everytime I want a good pie.



    Good service though.

  • Great food-worst waitress ever!
    rmesser
    10/11/2009

    Went in last night and had a great meal but the waitress was the worst I have ever experienced. Threw our menus on the table without a greeting, grabbed plates out of our hands, all in all a terrible waitress. Short brunette with blue-ish eyes may have been having a bad night but your in the service industry go home or just be nice. Wont come back anytime soon because of her. Just a horrible server, must be a terrible person to deal with.

  • Extra thin crust is the way to go...
    Steffy6235
    07/07/2008

    Me and my guy were back in the old neighborhood last week. Before we moved downtown Rocco's was our spot. It was Friday night and the place was jammed. The extra thin crust pie is the best around. Piping hot right out of the oven with mushrooms and basil. Rocco has my heart. Sorry i can't get there more often....Open downtown please Rocco.....We love you.

  • Best Pizza & Customer Service
    PaulanTx
    07/06/2008

    Happened to stumble into this place by complete accident. I have to say the pizza was great and the atmosphere was absolutely wonderful! Loved the cold beer and GREAT customer service!! Very clean establishment!
    I had a little problem that needed solving ( not relating to the restaurant ) and a sweet guy by the name of Steve that worked there really helped me out. Couldn't have ran into a nicer guy! He told me where I could get the sausage I was looking for and boy was it good!!! I'll have to come back to California for more!!
    There were 10 of us, most from different states, and we had a wonderful time while at Rocco's. I was more than pleased! Will definitely be back same time next year!!! Paula

  • Fake food, fake blondes and a terrible waste of money.
    Biggietz
    06/21/2008

    My boyfriend and I just drove back from Rocco's and before we evened opened our silver square (New York would never do square) to-go containers, we pact to never return to this salty slick excuse for a pizza joint. I am a NY transplant and have been on the hunt for a decent slice of greasy New York style pizza since I stepped off at LAX. I read reviews for Rocco's promising mediocrity at best, all I have been asking for, and we headed off to Miracle Mile to feed my craving. I loved the location, set amidst some taller (for L.A.) buildings and what looks like could be some mid-scale boutiques & restaurants. Red/white checkered & umbrella'd tables added the perfect amount of warmth to the cold crispness of this commercial district - like home. The smell of the pie crusting brought me back to Two Boots in the Village after a night at the Fat Black P*ssy Cat. But make no mistake. This is L. A. And you are reminded as such the moment you swing open the front door and are greeted, aggressively, by a tall blonde mess with a smile too fake even for this city, standing guard between the customer and the counter at all times. expanding the distance, LA style, between the consumer & the producer. Admittedly I kept trying to dodge her, I wanted to lean my stomach up against the counter and order my pie, I wanted to lock eyes with the cashier and hear him yell back to the flour covered pizza boy to start preparing my pie before wiping sweat from his forehead. But I was blocked by six feet of blonde frigidity shoving laminated menus in our faces. We ordered: Eggplant Parm., Chicken Fett. Alfredo, and a few varieties of pizza slices: BBQ, Suprm., Cheese. An 8 min. wait turned into 23. Not worth the extra 15 min. The eggplant was like cardboard, the alfredo sauce CLEARLY made from powder poured over cold purdue chicken strips, and the sauce was so salty it was barely edible. Thank God LA hasn't done away with the taco trucks, or we'd have starved tonight.

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