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Pizza for a crowd near Fairmont Hotel [San Francisco]

Hi. I'm going to need to ensliceafy about 70 hungry sommeliers prior to the main dinner of a wine event at the Fairmont in San Francisco.

It's to tide them over till later, but I'd like to get them something pretty good and relatively close. Delivery would be a plus. Probably 20 pies.

Any ideas?

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  1. Welcome back!

    The Pacific Heights location of Pizzeria Delfina is a straight shot down California St about a mile and a half. Easy to send someone in a cab to pick-up. No one will argue with your choice.
    http://pizzeriadelfina.com/pacific-he...

    Then a little closer and with delivery, Za Pizza. It's also thin crust. It's been a while since I've had one. Hopefully someone can give us an update.
    http://zapizzasf.com/

    Closer still at 0.7 miles, Victor's Pizza delivers. It's more of a slice place, and again, it's been a while since I've eaten anything from there.
    https://www.grubhub.com/sf/victors-pi...

    1. I replied in the duplicate topic and it got deleted.

      You could call Tony's Coal-Fired Slice House, Pizza Orgasmica, Amici's, and Escape from New York about delivery to the hotel.

      Pizzeria Delfina makes small pies only so you'd need more of them.

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      1. re: Robert Lauriston

        Escape from NY has really gone downhill in the last couple years.

      2. Escape From New York? Didn't the poster ask for something pretty good? LOL

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        1. re: davidg1

          It's pretty good if it hasn't been sitting around.

          1. re: Robert Lauriston

            and especially good after a couple of drinks ;)

        2. Tommasso's doesn't deliver but it is very nearby

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          1. re: saffrongold

            Tommaso's delivers through Waiters on Wheels.

            If you need the pizzas during rush hour, nearby doesn't mean fast.

            1. re: Robert Lauriston

              I can always count on you to set me straight, Robert.