Top a pizza any way you wish, but the basis of a great pie is a flavorful crust. Pizzeria Lola could pile just about anything atop its crust and the world would still clamor for table space. The exterior arrives crispy, crunchy, and slightly blistered before collapsing into a satisfying chew. A few traces of toasted flour leave a pleasantly chalky texture on your lips. It's a wood-kissed crust worth savoring. That alone is enough to love, but then chef Ann Kim's savory toppings arrive on the scene. Fresh milk mozzarella cheese, beautifully simple fennel-spiked sausage, crisp pepperoni, Korean sausage, and kimchi; it's almost too hard to choose. Enhancing the pizza is the ambiance: the copper oven, picture booth, and the promise of olive oil soft serve. Pizzeria Lola is packed with sass, sauce, and killer 'za.