Beretta has been popular since it opened in 2008 for good reason: thin-crust pies and creative cocktails in a buzzy space. That space is currently closed, but there is sidewalk seating with impermeable barriers between tables and a parklet with semi-private booth seating. It is located at 1199 Valencia St, San Francisco, California.
Plus, there’s also a second, temporary, location on Divisadero where Barvale used to be. All 10 dinnertime pizzas are worth ordering (especially the hot salami), but we can’t resist the carbonara — bacon, two eggs, mozzarella, pecorino, and cracked black pepper — which is usually only available for brunch but is also now available for dinner because the folks at Beretta get what we need during these strange times. They have over one thousand reviews with four-point-five star reviews.
If you want to experience almost all of 13-time World Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani’s styles of pizza, you can do so at Tony’s Pizza Napoletana where there are 12 different styles of pizza on the menu. But if you want authentic, Chicago-style pizza served on five types of crusts (deep dish, 8” deep dish, cast iron pan, cracker-thin, and stuffed), you’ll have to go two blocks away to Capo’s, a neighborhood joint that caters to tourists and locals alike and feels like it was always meant to be a part of the North Beach food landscape. It is located at 641 Vallejo St, San Francisco, California.
Each style is made with Ceresota Flour from one of the oldest mills in Chicago and our favorite is the Italian Stallion (mozzarella, fontina, Italian beef, Chicago Italian sausage, horseradish cream sauce, chives, sweet peppers, and Romano). And while the pizza is enough to keep us coming back, it’s worth mentioning that there are over 100 whiskies on the menu. (Capo’s also recently added Detroit-style pizza, but as tempting as it may be, that’s not why you’re there, so stay focused.) They have over four hundred reviews with four-point-seven star reviews.
We first fell in love with Del Popolo’s 20-foot, glass-enclosed shipping container truck that houses a wood-fired oven. And though that love will never fade, we’re pretty elated that we can also get the beloved Neapolitan-inspired pizza at the brick and mortar location without going on a treasure hunt to find the truck. The wood-fired oven still takes center stage, and the pies — with their blistered crust and creative toppings — might even be better than the originals. It is located at 855 Bush St, San Francisco, California.
Our favorites? We’d have to say the anchovy, Margherita, and the salami piccante. And though you can get Del Popolo for takeout and delivery, Neapolitan pies are best enjoyed fresh out of the oven, which is why we’re stoked Del Popolo recently opened an outdoor patio that even allows well-behaved dogs. You can take your chance and show up without a reservation, but we don’t recommend it. If you really want to enjoy it at home, we suggest you opt for one of the frozen pies instead. Now, they have over seven hundred reviews with four-point-four star reviews.
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