Best slice of pizza in SF?
- Angie Feb 22, 2006 06:13 PM
Where can I get a great slice of pizza in the city?
With the caveat that most of SF's best pizza places sell whole pies only, contenders for best slice include:
- porcini at L'Osteria del Forno.
- Indian vegetarian (pictured) or not at Zante.
- vegetarian California at Arizmendi.
I suppose you have to try Arinell but if you ask me its popularity results from replicating a particular kind of New York mediocrity.
White star pizza....cant remember the cross streets or Front room pizza on California is pretty good too
I used to go to Goldenboy in North Beach... Is it still there? I loved that place! I think it was on Green St. Traditional square pizzas sitting at the window for the hungry eyes to see. They reheat it in their little (toaster?) ovens for you. Cheap too, or rather, they used to be.
Also enjoy Goat Hill Pizza.
I wouldn't call Golden Boy traditional, at least I've never seen pizza like that anywhere else. Very soft, yeasty dough, like very thick focaccia. I used to eat there all the time, have gone maybe once since I discovered L'Osteria del Forno's porcini pizza.
The owners also took over Green Valley a few years ago, and recently Bertolucci's in South SF.
So that you know, pizza is the politics or religion of the SFBay chowhound page. Along with bbq, chili, and Chez Panisse, it is a subject that provokes implacable opinions.
My preference is Arinell's. A certain style that tastes like home to this Jersey Girl.