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Olio GCM

Restaurants, Pizza Downtown Historic Core
3 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Olio GCM
Photograph: Courtesy Olio Pizzeria

Time Out says

As one of the newer vendors in Grand Central Market's revamped space, Olio is bringing exceptional pizza to the Downtown crowd. The stall has been meticulously crafted, complete with hand-drawn signage and a small bar where hungry customers can devour slices of pie straight from the beautifully tiled wood fired oven. You can try one of Olio's famed combinations—the Margherita Plus, the Wild Mushroom & Crisp Proscuitto—or you can craft your own. But our favorite just might be Olio's breakfast pizza, which features sugar glazed pizza dough topped with ricotta and market fresh fruit. Pizza for breakfast? We'll take it.



Address: Grand Central Market
317 S Broadway
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Daily 9am-5pm
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Users say (2)

3 out of 5 stars
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To be honest, it is not my favorite stall in the market, but that doesn't mean it is not good. I've had their Hawaiin style pizza and one of the pies with mushrooms as well. I enjoyed both, but I wish that the bottoms of the pizzas were cooked a bit more - they were too flimsy for my liking. If you're grabbing several dishes from different vendors at the market, I suppose there is no reason not to grab a pizza to enjoy too. The pies aren't terribly big and could easily be split amongst multiple people with a few other dishes in the mix (though a great size for a single meal for one too)


If I lived in the historic core, it'd be hard for me not to order from this place all the time.  Perfect for pigging out solo or sharing with friends, the resident pizza ambassador for GCM, Olio, serves up pies that are delicious and made to order (though it's not a long wait for a pizza here since this is thin crust Neapolitan style, for better or for worse). Wild mushroom, meatball parm, Hawaiian, you can't make a bad choice.