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Little Toni's

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  • Italian, Pizza
  • 4745 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood CA91602 34.1567277 -118.3697061
  • (Btwn Camarillo & Kling St)
  • (818) 763-0131
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User Ratings (Based on 15 reviews)

Food 4.0 Value 3.9
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

(818) 763-0131
Major Credit Cards
Mon-Sat: 5pm-2am Sun: 4pm-2am
Group Dining, Open Late, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Little Toni's

    Posted by Monica on 01/08/2014

    My Birthday Dinner

    Never ate there before, the food is to die for. O boy what perfect Mozzerella Sticks and Raviollies. I can't wait to dine there again. Wonderful atmosphere and people.

  • Little Toni's

    Posted by vds on 01/02/2013

    No to miss!

    we were for 10days in LA last august, and we found little toni's in our gps poi, went back twice, the food is really good (not "rafiné") but you definitly get what you pay for, pizza are big and really good, spaghettis too, for italian people it was nice to style get good food :) if back in LA we won't miss to go back and enjoy!

  • Little Toni's

    Posted by Frank Pellegrino on 02/08/2012

    Now in AZ. long for a toni's Pizza

    The first time I went to Little Toni's I was working at the Ralphs store accross the street, were talking in the 60's. It was the only Pizza I have ever found that compared to good old Chicago pizza. I left LA. in 1986 & every time I get back there I stop at Little Toni's. Get 1 to eat & 2 to take home. their the best in the west.

  • Little Toni's

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/24/2011

    Best pizza!

    I'm from New York. I've loved pizza all my life. But I won't say NYC pizza is the best just because I'm from new york. I actually think the thin crust Chicago pizza and thin crust "imps" style at. Lois pizza blows away anything I ate growing up in New York. And Little Tonys has that great Midwestern Italian Pizzeria atmosphere. You can tell that somebody is about to get whacked in the back. I always think the owner must be selling fur coats in the back of the kitchen like a place I frequented in Kansas city. But the real test... The pizza. It rocks! Better than New York pie, and almost as good as St. Louis pizza. I know my fellow new Yorkers would hang me for admitting our pizza isn't the best. If you want New York pizza in LA, go to mulberry street. It taste exactly the same as most of the pie you get in the city. But if you want an "experience" check out little Tonys. This isn't a place where you order "a slice". This is a meal! You sit down, order am entire paperoni pie and enjoy every last bite until you are absolutely stuffed.

  • Little Toni's

    Posted by Jake Abby and Jamie on 02/12/2011

    Must go

    Ask for Barbra! she was wonderful made us feel right at home, very knowledgeable on the menu and gave us her input which was so helpful. Parking lot is sweet, we got front row Hostess accommodated all of our needs. Best part was the crushed ice...a refreshing addition to my drink. Dinner was set at a reasonable price, plenty of food to take home They did not have Mudslides which was disappointing, but grab a sucker on your way out It is safe to say that I will become a regular at Little Toni's

  • Little Toni's

    Posted by Miss Jones on 05/13/2010

    Yummmy!! NY or LA its Delicious!!

    I live down the street and have been here many times... The service is great and the food is even better. The mozzarella sticks with the Marinara sauce is a must to try. I swear the Marinara sauce I can eat by the tub it is that good.!!!!

  • Little Toni's

    Posted by A NEW YORK SNOB on 02/05/2010

    Yes...New Yorker's know their food....especially Italian Food!

    I've driven passed this place for 2 years not giving it a second thought. I mean, this is LA...outside of a handful of seriously high-end restaurants, there is only a wasteland of mediocrity. Then someone who I trust suggested I try it...so I did. And, since this is LA and my expectations were already so low, I couldn't help but be pleasntly surprised. We had a charming waitress, the Ravioli was cooked perfectly with no residual water in the bottom of the plate. The cheese was very fresh, as was the bread. The place was clean and comfortable. I like it so much, I'm going back to try the pizza this week. I'm not going to ding them if I don't like it though. This is LA afterall...not exactly where a New Yorker can hope to scratch his pizza itch.

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