LA Pizza Mia is a casual styled restaurant serving fresh, local ingredients. The restaurant’s objective is to pay homage to the Louisiana Culture. LA Pizza Mia opened a few weeks ago and the family & I had lunch there recently.
We arrived at the restaurant about 5 minutes before opening. When we walked in, I liked the look of the restaurant. Wide opened space with tables and chairs throughout. The interior of the restaurant had a Louisiana Flare.
We were seated quickly. Ordered our drinks and looked through the menu. Everyone wanted appetizers. So by the time our drinks arrived, we had decided on our appetizers.
We ordered the Voodoo Stix. The Voodoo Stix are chicken drumsticks that are shaved down into the shape of a lollipop with a Chipotle BBQ Glaze.
The chicken was well seasoned and cooked perfectly. The chipotle glaze was tangy with a hint of spice. Served with sliced cucumbers and blue cheese dressing.
The presentation of the chicken in the appetizer could use a little work. But it was a pretty good appetizer.
We also ordered the Spinach and Artichoke dip. The Spinach dip consisted spinach, artichoke hearts and apple smoked bacon. The spinach was creamy, cheesy and had a good flavor. The dip was lukewarm. A delicious dip like that needs to be served pipping hot. The dip was served with flatbread. The flatbread paired well with the dip.
For our entrees, baby girl ordered from the Mini Mia which is the kids menu. She ordered a Pepperoni pizza. A 7 inch pizza with fresh tomato sauce, sliced pepperoni with a house smoked cheese blend. A very good pizza. Beautifully prepared.
The hubby ordered the Creola pasta dish. The Creola comes with either chicken or shrimp. He chose the chicken with rotini pasta, South Louisiana Andouille, bell peppers, and caramelized onions tossed in a spicy plum sauce. The plum sauce was different but very good.
I ordered the Louisiana Purchase Speciality Pizza. The pizza included roasted pepper cream, shrimp, andouille, tasso, bell peppers, jalapeños, red onions, peppadew topped with house smoked cheese blend and green onions. The pizza was spicy. I loved the roasted pepper cream. The pizza was superb.
The pizzas come in 10″ or 16″, hand tossed or thin crust. La Pizza Mia also has a gluten free crust as well.
Overall we really enjoyed our visit at LA Pizza Mia. The service was good. The food was pretty good. I like that the menu offers a large variety of options. Appetizers, Salads, Traditional or Speciality Pizzas, Pasta dishes and Gelato for dessert.
The menu infuses Louisiana flare into each dish and the restaurant had a Louisiana feel. With pictures throughout from local neighborhoods and businesses along Highway 90 on the wall of the restaurant.
The restaurant is family friendly. A great spot to bring the entire family. Offering indoor and outdoor seating.
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LA Pizza Mia is conveniently located and easy to find. Located at 190 Heritage Parkway, Broussard, LA. The hours of operation are Mondays 10:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Tuesday – Thursday 10:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. and Sundays 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.