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Joe’s Pizza Celebrates National Pizza Day (Feb. 9) with FREE SLICES for the First 100 Customers

 at all Six SoCal Locations (Sunset Strip, Hollywood, Downtown, Sherman Oaks, Beverly Hills, Mid-City)
In order to receive the free slice, customers must show they follow @JoesPizzaLAon IG and mention “I Love Joe’s” at check-out.
No nonsense. Just Pizza.
Joe’s Pizza is the kind of no-nonsense pizza joint that New Yorkers rave about and Angelenos are on the lookout for. Hand-tossed, thin-crusted, and loaded with fresh ingredients, Joe’s family recipes are made from scratch every day, bringing a “Taste of New York” to LA. After 30 years of conquering the New York Pizzeria scene, Sicilian-born, Joe (Giuseppe) Vitale moved to Los Angeles in 2007 and is taking LA by storm. Now with 6 SoCal locations – Sunset Strip, Hollywood, Downtown, Sherman Oaks, Beverly Hills, Mid-City, Joe’s also has a roving Pizza Truck available for special events. Joes Pizza is light and airy; crisp and tasty. Try a classic cheese or pepperoni or one of Joe’s personal favorites, the White or Grandma. Order by the slice (just try to say no to the garlic knots) or a whole pie. Joe’s is available for dine-in, pickup, or delivery, by ordering online at JoesPizzaLA.com, or via Uber Eats, DoorDash, or Postmates.
Follow Joe’s Pizza onInstagramfor pizza news and updates.
Photo credit: Tiffany Rose
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