HOME > Chowhound > San Francisco Bay Area >
What are you cooking today?

pizza by the slice in san bruno/ssf?

meka Mar 28, 2007 04:34 PM

any recommendations? i've recently started working in san bruno, so i'm looking for a place that can satisfy my occasional lunchtime pizza fix.

  1. k
    katya Mar 30, 2007 05:14 PM

    Extreme Pizza up Cherry St. in San Bruno?

    Toto's is above average (get it with garlic). BJ's Pizzeria is actually pretty good (of course not available by the slice).

    Above average is about the best you'll do around here.

    1. tacos Mar 28, 2007 05:43 PM

      I lived in san bruno for a couple years. That area is much more about peninsula style sandwiches - little lucca, mr. pickles, grand leader, roma, etc.
      Not a lot of pizza options. They opened a Seniore's on el camino real almost under the 380 overpass. it's cheap, basic, and open really late. There is also some place I never tried on san bruno ave. between the train tracks and 101.
      Toto's is on the border of millbrae and san bruno on el camino real. It's probably my favorite thin-crust pizza in the bay area, but i dont think they ever sell by the slice.
      La Tapatia in downtown south SF has great take-out taqueria food.
      There's also an El Zocalo salvadorian place in south SF.
      maybe you already know those.

      1 Reply
      1. re: tacos
        StuartHMB Mar 30, 2007 05:44 PM

        I totally agree about Toto's crust. I know the one in Belmont has a mini lunch pizza for about $3. Bigger than a slice, but I still usually finish it.

      Show Hidden Posts