The City's Modern Pizza Parlors

To think that years ago our only options were Domino's or Round Table! Now we have thin crust, cornmeal crust, white sauce and pies that transport you to that little trattoria in Italy. Pizza places seemed to have exploded into the city this year and there is no shortage of choices. Here are some spots that won't disappoint.

Updated: March 31, 2010

It's not just pepperoni anymore!


Pizzeria Delfina

3611 18th St, San Francisco, CA 94110

There are two locations for you to get your Italian pizza fix. Many pizzas on the menu, including daily specials, and lots of other non-pizza options such as meatballs and chicken. Both locations include a few outdoor tables.


Tony's Pizzeria Napoletana

1570 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94133

This recently opened pizzeria in North Beach is a great spot to hit before a night out. Booth and bar seating with great service. There is a tv at the bar if you need sports with your pizza.


Tommaso Ristorante Italiano

1042 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA 94133

This North Beach favorite boasts the oldest and the most popular wood-fired pizza oven! The family-run restaurant still packs in the crowds so go early!


Little Star Pizza Dividadero

846 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117

Want something other than thin-crust Italian pizza? Then head to one of the two Little Star locations famous for their deep-dish cornmeal crust. There's always seems to be a wait, but you can grab a drink at the bar and pre-order your pizza while you wait!


Dino's Pizza

2101 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94115

Dino's is probably the closest thing you'll find to that pizza parlor you ate at growing up. They treat you like family here and chances are Dino is walking around talking to the regulars. It's a popular place for families and kids, but there's also plenty of bar space.