Pizza, ice cream and craft beer – sounds like a party in Eagle Rock

EAGLE ROCK – Ice cream, booze and wood-fired pizza: Piencone Pizzeria, Creamery, and Pub sounds like it could be a grown-up, high-quality Chuck E Cheese’s. With a bar.

Eater LA says that’s replacing the former Coffee Table cafe, which closed its Colorado Boulevard space after about 20 years.

Piencone (pie-‘n’-cone – get it?) is partly owned by Corey and Michelle Wilton, along with a partner, Herb Gualpa. The Wiltons are involved in other Colorado Boulevard restaurants, including Four Cafe  and another restaurant, Ember & Peel, which LA Eater says is also rumored to be a wood-fired restaurant.

No word on Piencone’s grand opening. Piencone Pizzaria, Creamery, and Pub will be located in the 1900 block of Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock.

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  1. Because the neighborhood needs more pizza…

    • Maybe the point is to get better pizza in the neighborhood! Yes, Casa Bianca, is well known, but I think it is just average. The other pizza places that have come and gone or stayed, Brownstone, Big Mama & Papa, are also average. It shocks me that The Capri is still open, maybe the worst pizza and Italian food I’ve ever had!

    • Is there such a thing as “too much pizza?”

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