30211-B Golden Lantern St, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
32371 Street of the Golden Lantern, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
28051 Greenfield Dr Ste B, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
Laguna Niguel is known for thin crust pizza and it's something they bake with serious aplomb. Whatever pizzeria in whatever city the pizza chefs in this California learned their trade, they learned it well and know how to toss pizza dough like true professionals. Never forget that Laguna Niguel is a new city so even the pizzerias are bang up to date. They could knock out New York-style pizzas like there's no tomorrow, but when it comes down to the nitty-gritty, traditional Italian thin crust with a good topping ingredient combination is what they really like to bake. Fair play to them because that's one of the best pizzas you can get and only really ever takes second place to the original Italian old-world bake of thick crust.
When you want to dig into the best delivery pizza in Laguna Niguel you need to be certain it’s been prepared with prime ingredients. Order from B+C Pizza and that's guaranteed. B+C Pizza makes all of their pies using premium organic produce and nothing else. B+C Pizza has premises in the Crown Cape Center on Cape Drive and while they do have some eat-in facilities, most of their business comes from take-outs and deliveries. That means not only are you going to get a great pizza, you won't be hanging around waiting for long before it gets to you. Don't miss giving B+C Pizza's fennel sausage and caramelized onion pie a try. It is totally delicious.
It's understandable that you've worked up an appetite hiking through the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park and are in dire need of a slice of pizza. Luckily for you, the pizzeria that bakes the best take-out pizza in Laguna Niguel is right where you are so you won't need to feel famished for long. Fresh Brothers is located at the northeastern end of the park in the Aliso Village Shopping Center on Aliso Creek Road. The center has a huge parking lot so there are always spaces, though getting one right outside the door of Fresh Brothers can't be guaranteed as it's a popular Laguna Niguel pizzeria. The one thing they like to do differently at Fresh Brothers is to cut their baked pies in squares rather than wedges so don't be too surprised when you open the box. The truth is, no matter what shapes they're cut into, the pizzas from here always taste great.
You can be in one of the prettiest spots on the California coast by taking a short ten-mile drive from Laguna Niguel to Laguna Beach. It's a place where you can enjoy some cultural as well as outdoor activities without having to go too far. Laguna Beach is bordered by the Crystal Cove State Park where there's more than three miles worth of beach and a delightfully quaint historic district full of beach houses to explore. You'll find the Laguna Art Museum right by the waterfront too where there are great collections of contemporary works. The best way to end the day is by picking up a pizza from Gino's Pizza on South Coast Highway, taking it to Heisler Park, and sitting and eating it while watching the sun go down.
To get a good dose of vacation vibes all you have to do is leave Laguna Niguel behind and head for San Clemente. If you want some beach time then you'll have several to choose from. San Clemente Beach and San Onofre Beach, both of which are popular with surfers are two of the main beaches, and T Beach which is where the pier is located is also a favorite with day visitors. If you feel like taking some exercise, you can hike the San Clemente Beach Trail. If you're into surfing you'll want to visit the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center, which is a museum dedicated to the sport, before going to Surfside Pizza on Avenida Vaquero for a pie.
Sometimes it isn't the destination that's the highlight of a day trip and in truth, El Cariso is nothing more than a turning point to start your thirty-mile journey back to Laguna Niguel. Why go to El Cariso if there's nothing there? Take the CA-74 and as well as having a superb scenic drive you'll be able to stop off for a hike in the Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park. The park is eight thousand acres of beautiful open countryside where there's plenty of wildlife roaming around. The wilderness park is not all there is to see on route to El Cariso either. Just before you arrive in this isolated mountain town you'll want to stop to see the Ortega Falls followed by a look at Lake Elsinore where there's a good pizzeria in the Lakefront Plaza called the Pizza Bowl.
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