The faces of rock musicians from the last 30 years look down from walls papered with black-and-white concert posters, music magazine covers and clips, backstage passes, tickets, band photos and other memorabilia from the owner's 20 years of collecting. Sunday through Thursday, 11 a. And then there are those wedges. Lighting fixtures are snare drums suspended from the ceiling like chandeliers. Clothed in pizza-cook whites, he's wearing an enormous tam that covers a head full of dreads. Close the Settings tab, reload this Yelp page, and try your search again.
You can also search near a city, place, or address instead. Friday and Saturday; open until 11 p. Reload this Yelp page and try your search again. Pizzas are named for New York neighborhoods and landmarks: The Sheepshead Bay has anchovies, mushrooms, olives and onions; the Bronx White tops ricotta and mozzarella with sauteed spinach, mushrooms and a little olive oil and garlic. Vieira enlisted chef Danny Harold originally from Massapequa, Long Island, more recently a chef to show-biz folk to create recipes that would evoke the back-East pizzerias he and Easton missed so much. Open Mic is how we audition and familiarize new acts with our stage, backline and venue. If it does, follow its instructions to enable Location Services for Safari.
But the menu's not slavishly East Coast: The signature Baja 1000 pizza, for example, one of six offered by the slice, has Pasilla chiles, jalapenos and cilantro. The pizza joint is the love child born of a conversation between Vieira and Elliot Easton, guitarist for the rock group the Cars. The two friends, former New Yorkers, used to bemoan the dearth of good pizza in their part of the Valley -- until Vieira decided to do something about it. Find us at our new locations in Simi Valley and Camarillo. Stop by with your guitar, Plug in to our state of the art Backline and lets hear what you have got! Behind the counter you'll usually see a guy who fits right in with the music-biz aesthetic.
It's more rustic, messier and more delicious. Legendary New York pizza at a combination restaurant, music venue and unofficial museum of rock 'n' roll memorabilia. You can get a wedge made with chicken Parmesan, or one that's a version of Philly cheese steak with or without the marinara. He then turned his design talents to transforming the tiny storefront. .
The crust is flavorful, yeasty and fragrant, blistered on the bottom with a bit of char and just-crisp edges. The tomato sauce is light, loose and garlicky, cheeses are good quality and laid on with a light hand so the nearly-naked Manhattan mozzarella and tomato sauce pie is a delicate fusion of layers, not gooey. A wedge, for uninformed SoCal natives, is a sandwich made by forming pizza dough into a convenient bun shape, baking it, then slicing and filling it, and warming it again to melt the cheese. They're great with ziti or rigatoni but better in the Massapequa meatball sandwich, here a real symphony -- oops, rock opera -- of flavor, the meatballs topped with sauteed mushrooms and garlic, then lightly sauced and cheesed. Come to one of our open mic nights and show us your stuff or book a show online! Refresh this Yelp page and try your search again.
The Hoboken sausage and peppers wedge is like something Frank Sinatra might have eaten as a young man. If not, read on for more instructions. Pasta sauces are house-made daily; the marinara's light and pleasantly herby. Try using Current Location search again. Meatballs are dense and yummy, a spicy combination of pork and beef. If you're still having trouble, check out. Best dishes: Manhattan pizza, Baja 1000 pizza, Massapequa meatball hero, Hoboken sausage and peppers wedge.
And the tables are each covered in a different pattern of black, white and red -- polka dot, plaid, stripes. If you drive a Mustang or anything like it, that pizza box won't fit in the front or back seats and barely makes it into the trunk. Camarillo open mic on Tuesday nights 7-10pm, Simi Valley open mic on Thursday nights 7-10pm. Click the x next to this line. The floor is done in hexagonal black-and-white tiles reminiscent of the East Village. .
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