Great pizza. Almost as good as Jersey pizza.
aaron.benavidez5/3/21, 11:14 p.m.
The slice was floppy not a lot of crunch. I thought it was coal fired but the slices are not only the whole pies. It’s decent for what it is but it’s not my style I did t realize the one I got didn’t have sauce. Plus the guy selling the slices was kind of a dick. Not helpful. Based on the slice I got this is my score.
metromountainman4/14/21, 3:38 a.m.
The most popular spot in SF, but not nearly the best pizza. Good undercarriage, but still a fair amount of flop, good tang to the sauce, greasy cheese, could do without the cornmeal (sand) crust. Try the cracker thin crust at their Capos restaurant for a pie that’s 3 points higher!
samuel.raabe2/9/21, 7:54 p.m.
A little greasy, not New York flop but could have been crispier on the crust, good cheese, lacked sauce, came out super hot, ONE BITE, EVERYONE KNOWS THE RULES
rudy.gomez1/23/20, 10:33 p.m.
Ordered the 4 cheese and I expected oil and lots of flop but it was still pretty good. Might try a slice of New York style cheese before I leave. Stay tuned!
sam.pizza1/20/20, 9:19 p.m.
Best pizza I've had in a while, was asked for puffy or thin slice and chose thin, did definitely not fit that description but good noththeless, cheese a bit rubbery.
eric.bialas12/28/19, 10:16 p.m.
Insane line for a reason, two hours if you want to sit down. Just go for the slice line. Delicious.
zach.dardenne12/13/19, 8:43 p.m.
Really good slice. Good crust. Sauce is so good with a little spice
spinownious11/12/19, 9:19 p.m.
This was so dang delicious! The old world style pepperoni was absolutely beautiful. My wife the the 4 cheese rates it at a 8.9 it was literally ready in 5 minutes and was easy outside seating and a back pack full of beers didn’t disappoint! Sauce cheese and crust were perfect for my liking
jake.pisenti10/13/19, 11:51 p.m.
Absolute grease bowl, but I love it. Crust is ever so charred to give it a little crisp
charmcityb10/11/19, 3:46 a.m.
Solid 7.8. Made with the "good" peperoni. Probably even better to get a fresh pie made as opposed to a reheated slice.
samuel.robinson9/27/19, 3:38 p.m.
Do yourself a favor and spring for the coal fired New Yorker instead of the standard cheese or pepperoni slice. It’s $31 for a large pie but 1000% worth it as this will likely be one of the best pies you’ve ever had. I skipped the ricotta but left everything else standard. The sauce is the star here, it is exquisite, and they give you quite a bit, both under and atop the cheese a la John’s of Bleecker. The garlic, oregano and pecorino romano are applied in light touches and compliment the sauce perfectly. The fennel sausage is also outstanding. Sauce and sausage are 10/10 on this. The fresh mozzarella is top notch, tastes about comparable to Grimaldi’s. The crust has a nice char and is thin with very little flop. There is a good crisp but it is still NY style/pliable and not as thin and crispy as a coal fired New Haven pie. Overall, these guys know what the hell they’re doing and put a lot of love into this pie and it shows. Stacks up very favorably with anything I’ve had in NYC (and apparently Tony’s sources some of their ingredients from there). A little more char/crisp on the crust and this would’ve been in the low 9’s for me. Their typical cheese/pepperoni slice is very good, but I’d have a hard time getting it again knowing the New Yorker is an option.
joe.nuzzolo8/22/19, 5:33 a.m.
Kidding, my last review was actually for golden boy. This one's closer to a good slice.. geometrically: slice shapped, closer to thin. A step in the right direction. Sometimes, the right advice is "a little more, but a lot less", this one just needs some more, not too much less
terrell.cooper8/7/19, 8:50 p.m.
I was here back on June 5th 2019. Started with a slice and went back and got the pie! Soaring with the gods!
pizzabaron7/25/19, 10:50 p.m.
Screen baked. Eh. Better than anything in southern Oregon though lol so I’ll take it.
jt.r6/9/19, 4:29 a.m.
Very good. Crust is super light and fluffy and the cheese is very good. Sauce is amazing.