Los Angeles Pizza Delivery - Pizza Olympic

  • review rating 5  This place provides superb service as well as delicious food. The best place in town. The drinks and food came out fast and the rates were affordable. Recommended.

    thumb Hugo French
    10/16/2019

    review rating 4  It's a good slice of cheese pizza.

    thumb Bubba Ray
    3/30/2019

    review rating 5  Very good service quick food, also large amounts of food. Nice staff, good clean space.

    thumb Krillix
    8/08/2019

    review rating 5  The food tastes fresh and you can tell that they use quality ingredients. I think their prices are cheap for the quality you get.

    thumb Rachael Dixon
    1/24/2020
  • Classic Cheese Pizza

    Classic cheese or create your own pizza

    $16.95
  • BBQ Chicken Pizza

    BBQ chicken, BBQ sauce, red onion, cilantro

    $18.95
  • Deluxe Pizza

    Your choice of any 6 toppings

    * First 6 selections are FREE

    $20.95
  • Hawaiian Pizza

    Pineapple, Canadian bacon

    $18.95
  • Margherita Pizza

    Fresh tomato, basil, garlic, mozzarella cheese

    $18.95
  • Meat Lover’s Pizza

    Pepperoni, meatballs, Italian sausage, prosciutto

    $20.95
  • Baked Ziti

    Ziti Tossed with Mozzarella & Ricotta then Baked to Perfection

    $14.95
  • Fettuccini Alfredo

    A Rich and Delicious Creamy Sauce

    $14.95
  • Pasta with Alfredo Sauce

    $14.95
  • Pasta with Marinara Sauce

    $12.95
  • review rating 5  Very good service quick food, also large amounts of food. Nice staff, good clean space.

    thumb Krillix
    8/08/2019

    review rating 4  It's a good slice of cheese pizza.

    thumb Bubba Ray
    3/30/2019

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We at Pizza Olympic, 11907 West Olympic Blvd. at the cross streets of West Olympic Blvd. and Bundy Drive, are happy to cater to our customers in the neighborhood of West Los Angeles with our wide selection of delicious appetizers, pizza, Strombolis, Calzones, Super Subs, pastas, Specialty Platters, and desserts.

When you are visiting some of the nearby landmarks, such as the following ones, be sure to stop in here for your refreshments:

Stoner Park (Stoner Recreation Center)

The swimming pool is open until September 3. You will find a stage, picnic tables, barbecue pits, a kitchen, a children's play area, and a Universally Accessible Playground (UAP).

There are Sports Clinics and lighted courts for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Soccer, and Girls Play LA for ages 8 through 15. Some of the other programs include Arts and Crafts, Dance, Ballet, Senior Exercise, Opica (Adult) Day Care Center, Jujitsu, Piano, Guitar, Violin, Polynesian Dance, Hip-Hop Dance,Toddler Classes, Pre-School, Kids Cooking, Spring Camp, Summer Camp, and Winter Camp.

Bergamot Station

Opened on September 17, 1994 as Bergamot Station and officially re-renamed 26th Street Art Center on January 1, 2018, the campus-like complex houses many private art galleries and is a primary cultural destination. When American Appliance moved in 1993, that left a sprawling and vacant industrial complex. The City sought a productive use for the site, it turned to Wayne Blank of the Shoshana Wayne Gallery, who had earlier been tapped by the City and had converted a vacant city-owned airport hangar into studios for artists.

Blank's limited partner became Tom Patchett, who was an art collector and TV writer and who was looking for a space to exhibit his collections of Americana and contemporary art. The complex became so popular that adjacent land was purchased in 2010. It all became a stop on the new Expo Line light rail that runs between Los Angeles and Santa Monica on May 20, 2016.

Santa Monica Airport

A division of the City of Santa Monica Public Works Department, the 100-year-old Airport's 227 acres include aviation services, a City Park, art studios, the Museum of Flying, event venues, offices, and more. Their Jr. Aviator Logbook inspires kids to have fun learning science through aviation, learn all about the airport 's history and airplane parts, and read interviews and stories from real pilots and workers.

Museum of Flying

The Museum opened in 1989 with an original collection and the addition of vintage aircraft, especially World War II fighter aircraft. There is a MaxFlight FS3000, which is a 360-degree flight simulator, a Theater on the second floor, and more. The Museum is and has been the host to special events such as the annual galas that honor the original Gemini, Mercury, and Apollo astronauts as well as aviation and aerospace leaders, famous test pilots, the Tuskegee Airmen, and a 60th-anniversary celebration of the Battle of Britain