A little collection of pizza joints congregate around this area. Victory and Magnolia. Some of the other places are Pizza Factory, Monte Carlo & Pinocchio , Pinball Pizza, Dino's and a few others.
You can find this place inside an arcade which is inside a batting cage area. Quite the opposite of Pinball pizza which doesn't even have one video game. The name makes you think its a legit stand alone place. I suppose it could still be, but when I saw the sign I was a bit skeptical. I ordered a 12 inch pizza for about $10. A little steep for the kind of place it was, but not terrible.
The pizza looked alright when I picked it up, pretty cheesy but thin. As soon as I took a bite I realized something was off about the cheese. It didn't taste right. Tasted like it wasn't mozzarella. So for a place claiming New York style pizza, it already faltered. The crust was thin, and relatively crispy at least for a few minutes until it started to cool then it was just chewy. I wasn't crazy about the sauce, it was a heavier tasting sauce with a lot of oregano going on. Not the worst pizza and if I had to be at this party zone I guess I'd be happy they had pizza. But not the right cheese, major error that can be fixed easily.
Central Park Pizza
220 N. Victory Blvd. Burbank 91502