800º Customizable Pizza from the Land of LA Now in Minami Aoyama

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800º Customizable Pizza from the Land of LA Now in Minami Aoyama

At 800º, customers design their pizzas. With gluten-free options and a specialty protein-packed pie, this shop is unlike any other pizzeria in Tokyo. Choose from five base pies and more than forty toppings to design a pizza that’s yours—and yours alone.

In 2016, the LA pizzeria opened their first Japan store at Shinjuku NEWoMan, drawing pizza lovers from all over town who were willing to line up and wait for their piece of the pie. The Minami Aoyama store opened in December 2017, offering 800º fare to the hip, urban Omotesando area. The new shop seats one-hundred with a variety of tables—from counters to high tables and standard tables. Also, unlike the Shinjuku store, the Minami Aoyama store offers dinner reservations.

Billing themselves as the Pizza Purists who bring quality back to pizza by not using preservatives and other “efficiencies,” 800º Pizza is craft pizza. And, what’s best to serve alongside craft pizza? Craft beer, of course. The shop carries some tasty beers brewed by Atsugi’s Sankt Gallen Brewery alongside some colorful cocktails.

800º Neapolitan Pizzaria
Address: 5-4-50 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-3486-0802
Opening hours: 11:30am-10:30pm (last order) (Monday-Saturday), 11:30am-9:30pm (last order) (Sunday and holidays)
Closed: Irregular
© Toru YuasaThe standard margarita. Enjoy with the Minami Aoyama location’s limited edition craft beer.
© Toru YuasaThe limited edition pizza and cocktail at the Minami Aoyama location. Meat, Soy, and Eggs Protein Mix. Cocktails from the left: Beam Orange Cola, Lemon Squash Highball, Tomato Basil Mojito, and Tropical Highball.
© Toru YuasaEnjoy a quick pizza and beer after work at the bar counter.
© Toru YuasaWith seasonal ingredients such as sliced Japanese red carrots and kumquat pickles, the menu has a Japanese flair. All included, there are over 40 regular toppings!
© Toru YuasaAt 800º, it only takes 90 seconds to cook a pie.

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