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Exactly what displaced New Yorkers crave – more space and great pizza. Anthony Mangieri of NYC’s East Village classic brought his reputation and coveted no-yeast dough recipe to the Bay... read more
Big fun to be had in Bruce Hill’s humongous SoMa pizzeria, notably housed in a relic of the former dot-com boom. The original late-90s industrial chic design was given a makeover and lots of warm t... read more
Team behind beloved Beretta and Starbelly are definitely on a roll; they set their sites on the Marina with a similar Roman-style birreria/pizzeria. Arguably the niftiest space in the neighborhood,... read more
Hotly-anticipated opening from Deborah Blum and Adriano Paganini, the smart crew behind Beretta. Looks like a flyover state bbq shack from the outside, neatly-appointed, clean and bright on the ins... read more
Like the intentionally-lowercase name, pleasingly straightforward and smart Mission enoteca, inspiring a devoted following. Fresh-out-the-brick oven Neopolitan-style pizzas proffered by our man Joh... read more
NYC meets SF: thin crust pizza is given the full Cali-organic treatment on a bright, busy Mission corner, inpires lines out-the-door even on weeknights. Mix-n-match your own pie with toppings like ... read more
Leave the bar, do not pass go, do not collect $200, proceed directly here. Smell the seduction for miles. Adam and Eve painting on the wall, not that you’d remember. Late-night pizza joint morphs i... read more
Little sister to next-door Delfina diva bakes one of the city’s best pizzas. Industrial steel, oak, and white-tiled setting cranks out thin crust beauties to a worshipping following. Apps, salads, ... read more
It can’t be done: Passing by the front window of Golden Boy, smelling the divine aroma of slices laid out in front of you just begging to be bought, and not capitulate. Grab a stool at the counter,... read more
Tiny, off-the-beaten-path gem specializing in individually sized cracker-thin-crust pizzas, organic toppings, artisanal cheese plates, exotic salads and the occasional pissy attitude (you've been w... read more
Gen X version of Big Chill. Hangout place stripped down to basics. Creedence and the Giants game, our favorite beers on tap. Friendly family hole in the wall with warm oven smells and monthly art e... read more
Of course a true SF pizza would have sourdough crust. Homemade tomato sauce, generous amounts of meat and veggies justify lines out the door. Cheap pitchers of SF’s own Anchor Steam brewed right do... read more
Down-with-the-boss-man, worker-owned biz in gourmet ghetto that sells the best brioche, pecan roll and loaf of sourdough beer rye this side of capitalism. Beware mob scene at cheese counter. Plan a... read more
Heads up, East Bay insiders: Temescal’s officially on the map. Yet another Chez Panisse grad worships at altar of local, organic, sustainable gods. Heard it all before, but hey, no one’s complainin... read more
Local favorite for thin-crust Roman pizzas. Not for those needing thick dough and mounds of toppings, but satisfying nontheless. Salads and sides noteworthy, but nobody comes her for anyting but th... read more
As the gaudy sign outside describes, this is a combination of Persi...
Surreal cocktailing in SoMa. Heady mix of gothic and steampunk deco...
With just 18 seats (plus 12 bar seats), exposed brick, unglaze...
Hakkasan takes its Cantonese cuisine west with signature swanky sty...
The storied New Orleans venue named after the legendary band has ma...