Did they cancel fall?

Did they cancel fall? Yes, but not Pitfire Pizza’s fall seasonal menu.

We love the change of seasons, even if we only have 1.5 seasons in L.A.

But we do have the seasons at least in some delish dishes in our neighborhood. Pitfire Pizza’s fall seasonal specials menu has arrived and it brings out the best of the season’s flavors and colors…even if you wear flip flops while devouring one of their dishes!

Drop your name in the hat for a chance to win a $25 gift card to Pitfire Pizza to taste some of their fall menu items.

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Just like their namesake, they’ve got fall pizzas that will please vegetarians and meat lovers alike!

The Pumpkin Pizza has a garlic oil base, fontina cheese, red chard, roasted butternut squash, pumpkin seed oil, crumbled goat cheese, toasted pepitas and is topped with pumpkin dust and maldon salt.

The Brussel Sprout & Bacon Pizza has a whipped cream base, garlic oil, fresh mozzarella, brussel sprout leaves, crispy bacon and is topped with grated parmesan and maldon salt.

Another standout from the fall menu is the Farmers Market Plate and our staff favorite. It’s a perfect medley of the season’s vegetable offerings: Shaved brussel sprout salad, spaghetti squash with pesto and roasted sweet potato with honey.

We loved the Farmers Market Plate but realize we can’t have it every time we go to Pitfire Pizza. They must have heard us wish for separates. Did you know, you can get the Farmers Market Plate items as separate dishes, too?

You can’t go wrong with the spaghetti squash.

Take a look at the official Pitfire Pizza Season Special Menu for Fall 201.

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Lisa Bianconi
Author: Lisa Bianconi

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