Spago and Angeli aren't the only places you can find designer pizza. Here are a few recently reviewed restaurants that turn out some of this town's tastiest pizzas. Baci (8265 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, (213) 651-4776). This bright and relaxing restaurant offers Pizza Baci with radicchio, tomatoes, anchovies, basil, cheese and garlic. The pizza dough is the fluffy, bready type, rolled so thin you may not recognize it as such unless you order one of Baci's calzone (pizza with a top crust added on). Lunch and dinner daily. MasterCard, Visa and American Express. Full bar. Valet parking. Pizza: $7.95-$9.95.
Cafe Cafe, (10853 Lindbrook Drive, Westwood, (213) 824-2265). It's an '80s sort of college-town pizza joint, with butcher paper on the tables and little cups of crayons for your doodling pleasure. The sausage pizzas are made with duck sausage. Pizzas, of which there are about 20, are thin-crusted with toppings typical of an up-to-the-trend Westside Italian restaurant. Lunch Mon.-Fri. and dinner daily. All major credit cards. Full bar. Valet parking. Pizza: $5.50-$8. Caioti (2100 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Los Angeles, (213) 650-2988). Ed La Dou, who was the first pizza chef at Spago, is in the kitchen. He is known as a pioneer in pizza topping experimentation: There's roast garlic pizza with shallots and onion and smoked Gouda; smoked chicken pizza with roast peppers and goat cheese; barbecue chicken pizza. Customers are invited to design their own pizzas. (Another location is 8280 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, (213) 656-2093.) Lunch Tue.-Sun., dinner daily. MasterCard and Visa. Valet parking weekends. Pizza: $7.50-$13.50.