Monday, October 14, 2013

Day 5b, 2013: Wildcraft Sourdough Pizza (Culver City, CA)

DAY 5b: OCTOBER 5th, 2013

LOCATION: Wildcraft Sourdough Pizza (9725 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA)

ORDER:  1 slice of the "O.G.", 2 slices of Burrata with prosciutto, 1 slice of Spicy Sausage, 1 slice of egg one?

GUEST(S): Ptolemy Slocum, Shelly Slocum, Robin Rothman

Naples style pizza gets California cool.  Located in the heart of downtown Culver City, Wildcraft Sourdough Pizza offers a menu of traditional wood-fired pizza options with inventive topping combinations that are uniquely Californian.  The best pie I had was one that was not even on the menu.  Our exceptionally courteous waitress recommended the Burrata pie topped with prosciutto and I can't thank her enough.  Never before had I considered eating pistachios and squash blossoms on a pizza but now I look forward to eating them again.  The prosciutto added the savory balance to the creamy burrata and the soft sour crust.  Whether you crave something spicy, something cheesy, or just something with a cracked soft egg on it, Wildcraft has a creative option for you.  So opt for the creativity over the more traditional Margherita style "O.G." - whose flavor pales in comparison to the others. With its hip and trendy ambiance, fine wine curation, tasty craft beer selections, and decently priced pizza options, Wildcraft could be the perfect place for anything from a family lunch or late night date.

Expect to pay the $6 valet parking unless you live in the area.

The "O.G."

Burrata pie with prosciutto

Spicy Sausage
Side view of the Spicy Sausage

Carbonara - single slice

Shelly & Ptolemy Slocum

1. Shelly Slocum is the proud mother of two and teaches a class on Hypnobirthing (enroll).
2. Ptolemy Slocum was bouncing back and forth between Los Angeles and San Francisco to shoot a part in a show on HBO.  I love HBO and I am a big fan of Ptolemy's work so I know I will love it.
3. Robin Rothman and I were sad to leave Los Angeles but excited to head off into the sunset towards San Francisco via the Pacific Coast Highway.

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18/21 = .833 x 5 = 4.29

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