Pizza >Amici's East Coast Pizzeria
216 King St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410737.777888 -122.392484
M-TH 11-10, F 11-11, SA 11:30-11, SU 11:30-10
Neighborhoods: Central East, Mission Bay
**SLICE SPECIAL for GIANT'S games**
- 2 cheese slices for $4 -
Just stop by and pick it up, (cash only).
Amici's delicious East Coast-style pizzas have been called "The Best West of New York." Thin, crispy crusts are topped with the highest quality ingredients to create an infinite number of flavor sensations. A range of fresh pastas, great salads and side dishes complete the menu. Amici's is the perfect place for a casual business lunch, family dinner, or late night snack. Amici's also offers food to takeout, and free delivery to your home or business daily.
We offer eleven Bay Area locations: San Francisco Lombard Street, San Rafael, San Mateo, Redwood Shores, Mountain View, Dublin, San Francisco Mission Bay (across from At&T Park), San Jose, Vacaville, Danville, and Cupertino.
Getting Close to the NY Pizza! Great – I loved this place and pizza was great! Service was a bit light --but really didnt need much - to eat a pizza?! - I had the eggplant pizza an thought it was great and friends i was with had others, and tasting theirs was good too! - Eggplant sandwich was almost like mama makes! ha -- the only thing i thought was the price of a salad - was way too high... i think the ceasar salad was like 7.50 --for a small side salad too much!- but having the pizza here in sf is a lot cheaper than having to fly to NY ha .
go and try ..... great
Terrible, Terrible service – I've been here five or six times because it's in the neighborhood. Perhaps I don't dress well enough or don't look cool enough or whatever, but the waitstaff is consistently from average to downright terrible. The management's even worse.
Case in point - last night it took em' 45 minutes to bring me a side salad and bread sticks. I am sure the waitress simply forgot.
The way the manager barked at me for trying to pay up front instead of paying the waitress. Would have loved to pay the waitress but she was nowhere to be found.
The prices are sort of high for what you get. Add to that poor service and there's no chance - not one - that I'll be back.
Go one mile downtown to any of the Italian or pizza places and you'll do better.
Decent Pizza – The pizza was decent...haven't had a craving for it since visiting. Do I plan on going back? Probably not...Dominos is better...and no, I don't think Dominos is all that great.
Amici's Groks Pizza! – Fresh ingredients, great atmosphere, wonderful staff. A great place to go with a group or by yourself, the various types of pizzas will accommodate any appetite. Wonderful pizza, great value.
Tasty – Good pizza and I'm pretty picky. I prefer the plain margurita style, but without the tomatoes that they offer. Nice crust, not too burnt. the fresh basil was great. Just like Napoli!
Wednesday night pizza spot – Amici's practically a stone's throw away from my loft. Not quite "New York" style, but a keeper for those who
loves thin crusts, like i do. Garlic and clams -yum yum
This New York-style pizzeria features thin-crust pizza with non-traditional toppings. – In Short
A destination for East Coast transplants, this mini-chain is known for its brick-oven baked pizzas. To accentuate the thin, crispy, chewy crusts, pizzas come with less sauce and cheese than typically found on California pies. Toppings include traditional options, such as pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms and tomatoes, as well as an array of nontraditional options, including clams, garlic, bacon and lemon oil.
Excellent pizza, although not the "East Coast" pizza I grew up on – Excellent wood-fired pie. I recommend the simplicity of Amici's margherita pizza. Excellent ingredients, solid crust. Finally, after a year of frustrated searching I've found good pizza in SF. The downside? It's overpriced, but since the competition can't seem to make a good pie I really have no room to compain.
best thin crust pizza – no matter which amici's you go to the pizza is consistent. if you like your pizza without tomato sauce, this is the place. great menu selections too.. service is friendly and will llisten to your special requests.
Good pizza, fast delivery – Pretty good pizza, fast delivery. I've had better, but all in all it's good. For some reason I just wasn't a fan of their sausage pizzas. They are quick to deliver, but only if you make a $25 minimum. If you're looking for one pizza and some sides, not sure that this is the best place because of the min. Looking for wings? Sorry. How about garlic cheese bread? Nope...
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