We got a lot of za in this town. Here's a few of my faves.
I have a soft spot for Pauline's. They're quirky and perfectly SF.
As neighborhood pizza joints go, Goat Hill stacks up just fine. Don't go looking for fancy, just good, straight-up pizza.
Too expensive by about half, but they were the ones who brought the Napolitano za craze to SF.
Excellent Neapolitan- style pizza using market-fresh ingredients. Pay attention to the specials; they always feature what's freshest from the market.
Now that Ragazza gets all the attention, it's time to look back at Sharon Ardiana's original spot in Glen Park. Cozier, homier, every bit as good.
One of the small handful of decent restos in the 'Stro. Great for lunch, especially if you can sit in the back patio. Good, simple food. The end.
The pizzas are solidly good, but the meatballs are off the hook.
The new heated gazebo in the back is bomb diggity.
Guilty pleasure. The "favorite" pan pizza is a regular Sunday afternoon treat for us. Get there early afternoon and you'll have the place to yourself.
A fifth-generation pizzaiolo turns out molto autentico pizza napolitana.