In this crazy coldness, I have to say that I really appreciate that so many food vendors and restaurants deliver.
Once in a while, the boyfriend and I like to be extremely lazy and just order pizza for dinner (and it usually serves as a fairly decent lunch the following day).
We usually order from Presto Pizzaria in Cleveland Circle, where they have thick slices that are extremely filling. The pizzaria was actually the location of our 3rd date, and he discovered that I usually eat the crust before the rest of the pizza.
I had to think about all the pizza I've ordered in my life. In Los Angeles, I don't know of any pizzaria's that deliver that aren't Domino's, Pizza Hut, or Papa John's. There might be some small pizza place in our neighborhood, but I couldn't even tell you.
I do feel like I usually get food delivered in L.A. Perhaps because it's never too big a deal to go out to get your food, seeing that the weather doesn't go below zero.
But here in the Northeast, I love that I can get pizza, or Chinese, or Thai, or subs delivered right to my apartment's entrance. Especially on a cold cold night like this.