Stella Barra

Restaurants , Dinner Hollywood
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Bloomsdale Spinach Pizza at Stella Barra

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Fresh local Burrata at Stella Barra
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Spring onion agra dolce at Stella Barra
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Spring onion and smoked bacon pizza at Stella Barra
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Butterscotch and salted caramel pot de crème at Stella Barra
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Pastry counter at Stella Barra
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Stella Barra

The Westside's best Neopolitan-style pies makes its debut in Hollywood. Steps from the Arclight, Stella Barra (its Santa Monica sister, formerly known as Stella Rossa) is the perfect pre and post–movie nosh stop—ropen until midnight Sunday to Thursday and until 2am Fridays and Saturdays. There's plenty of seating in the lofty space with a full bar serving local craft beers, Italian and Californian wines by the glass and bottle and creative cocktails; farmers market salads and small plates to share; and, of course, chef Jeff Mahin's top-notch pizzas, boasting a chewy, sourdough crust and California-grown toppings. Try the fennel-flavored, housemade sausage topped with organic tomato and mozzarella ($14.95) and, while you can get it, the seasonal spring onion and bacon ($15.95). We also love the signature burrata ($10.95), plated with housemade bread and tomato jam and take-away baked goods (look out for soon-to-come baguettes to-go) on display in front, from oversized Rice Krispy treats to bacon chocolate chip cookies.

 


 

Venue name: Stella Barra
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Address: 6372 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles

Opening hours: Sun-Thu 7am-midnight; Fri, Sat 7-2am
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Cezara P
moderatortastemaker

Stella Barra has amazing pizza!! They have a wide selection of vegetarian pizza's and really delicious salads if you want something healthier. Their wine list is really well curated which is great for all you winos.

Nikita S
tastemaker

One of my favorites for date night. Wine and delicious pizza, what more could I want?