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Ragazza
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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311 Divisadero St San Francisco, CA 94117, United States
311 Divisadero StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
(415) 255-1133ragazzasf.com
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Bar
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:30 pmSunday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Neighborhood spot lined with old family photos & serving seasonal wood-fired pizza, pasta & wine.- Google
"Fresh mozzarella, pasta dish, and rabbit all amazing."
"Margherita pizza was tasty when warm but grew unpleasant after cooling."
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Adam Kuban
6 months ago
Fantastic pizza with a unique crust. Crisp yet chewy, stays crisp for a good long time. That's to say nothing of the inventive and delicious toppings. Overall a lovely experience at this place.
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Ian Green
3 weeks ago
Best Pizza in SF hands down. Arinchini are also excellent.
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Sarah Bonta
7 months ago
Great environment and delicious food. The little gem salad is one of the best I've had and is definitely a real meal (rather than the wimpy array of greens you sometimes get at other places). They do not take reservations, but they do use an app where you give you name and they call you when your table is ready, so check in early and then grab a drink at The Page!
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dena berkson
12 months ago
A delicious pizza place, one of the crowning jewels of the corridor. While some of the sides are very well executed, others are forgettable. However, the pizza is a perfect example of that crispy, crunchy, california style pizza. Not matter what flavor you get, put an egg on it!
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Violeta Flores
5 months ago
My boyfriend and I had the warm olives with lemon and chiles. they were good but forgettable. a few of them were very bitter, you get a bout a dozen of them, I say not really worth the $5. we paired those with the housemade focaccia, which was great! it was very fresh straight out of the oven with a thick soft crust and very porous filling, but the Bianca pizza...was, incredible! each bite was different but never disjointed from the rest of the pizza, the flavor of the aged provolone and the onion crema were pulled by the punctuating tastes of the preserved lemon and wild arugula and then perfectly balanced with a very subtle hint of garlic, and the thin crust was like nothing I've ever had before, it was soft with chewy pockets (where the air bubbles had formed) and just the right mount of crispiness, it's the ideal crust. service was very nice, neat and attentive at a timely manner they definitely make you feel welcome, needless to say we will go back there, I would recommend this place to anyone.
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Julia Zasyatkina
7 months ago
I didn't love Ragazza as much as I thought I would because our mushroom pizza was significantly on the salty side (I didn't realize it came with bacon either and pulled that off, so it would have been even saltier if I had left it on). However, it could have been a fluke and I did love the pizza crust, our great service and the ambiance of this cozy restaurant. The seasonal tempura squash was an interesting appetizer that we enjoyed as well as their wine menu. I'll definitely be back for another try - and another hour wait!
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Lisa Masters
6 months ago
Pizza with an egg on top, yes please! All of the pizza here is delicious pizza baked in a stone oven. Salads and pastas are also amazing! And you can buy wine by the carafe or half carafe! Yes please!
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Marie T. Fisher
a year ago
Regazza occupies a tiny space on Divisadero, between Page & Oak. There is a robust weekend crowd and they don't take reservations, so expect to wait 45-60 minutes during peak times. They take your number and text you when your table is ready, so you can enjoy a glass of wine at Vinyl (just a few doors down) while you wait. The thin crust pizzas are in the $15-$18 range and they are personal sized, good for sharing if you order multiple dishes. We had the butternut squash, which is sweet (could almost be a dessert pizza) and the artichoke and sausage, which is surprisingly spicy. I don't necessarily think it's worth an hour's wait, but I would return if in the neighborhood.
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