This isn't the banana pizza, but it was tasty anyway
I checked out Garage Pizza last night on the way home, and it's a sweet little spot. Parking, naturally, is not always fun in the Tang Donuts mini-mall, but fortunately they have free delivery. There's a few tables and stools if you want to eat in before or after hitting nearby watering holes. (Slices are $3.) The garagey theme is carried out with some old-timey signs which play well off the modern furnishings. They were cooking up a banana pizza just for fun when I stopped in to pick up my pie and offered me a piece, and it worked surprisingly well. I recommended trying bacon with banana and the pizza cook was enthusiastic about the idea. They're also going to try a strawberry/chocolate dessert pizza (sans cheese) in coming days. And if you're one of those people who likes to order off the menu, try the special Garage pie, which pays homage to Malo's tacos across the street: It's a ground beef and pickle pizza. The pizza was solid, with a tangy sauce that packs more flavor than most pizza sauces. Thin crust had a nice chewy bite and good flavor. A little light on the cheese. This is not a revolutionary pie, but it will probably taste pretty damn good at 3 am, which is how late it stays open Thursday through Saturday. Other nights, they turn in at midnight.
4339 1/2 Sunset Blvd.