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Chef Daniel Holzman of Danny Boy's Famous Original Pizza
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Meatball sandwich with toasted bread by Chef Daniel Holzman
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New York-Style Pizza

Danny Boy's Famous Original Pizza

Coming Soon

Chef and food educator Daniel Holzman will debut Danny Boy’s Famous Original Pizza at Halo. Downtown L.A. visitors and residents alike will be able to enjoy the convenience and comfort of a neighborhood pizzeria. Think extraordinary New York–style pizza by the slice, housemade Italian sandwiches, and more, all crafted with fine ingredients. And if you’re hungry, don’t stop at a slice or two—take a whole pizza pie with you.

Daniel started cooking at the age of 15 at the elite Le Bernardin in New York City. Four years later, he attended The Culinary Institute of America on a full scholarship from the James Beard Foundation. Since then, he’s worked at numerous acclaimed eateries including Palladin, Napa, The Campton Place, Aqua, Jardinière, and Axe. In 2010, Daniel co-created The Meatball Shop, dedicated to serving the best meatballs in the world, now with multiple locations in New York City. He is the co-author of the best-selling The Meatball Shop Cookbook, published in 2011. He’s also the founder of the video-based cooking app Project Foodie, which Food & Wine magazine called “the guided cookbook of the future,” available on the App Store. Daniel has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, Saveur, GQ, People, and Food Network Magazine, and has appeared on The Tonight Show, Good Morning America, Today, and Chelsea Lately.

We’re thrilled to welcome Daniel Holzman and Danny Boy’s Famous Original Pizza to Halo on Bunker Hill. If you catch us with a slice of pizza in hand (or a whole pizza pie), you’ll know it came from Danny Boy’s.

For a full list of eateries at Halo in Downtown L.A.’s Bunker Hill neighborhood, visit our Dine & Explore page.

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