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Una Pizza Napoletana
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 – 9:00 pm
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210 11th St San Francisco, CA 94103
210 11th StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94103
(415) 861-3444unapizza.com
$$Pizza RestaurantToday 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:00 – 9:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 9:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 9:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 9:00 pmSunday Closed
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Open Wednesday through Saturday 5pm-9pm
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Wood-fired Neapolitan pies (no slices) are dispensed at dinnertime until the dough runs out.- Google
"True Italian style pizza, wine and beer."
"Really suburb Neapolitan pizzas: simple ingredients, perfect crust."
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SF's Best Neapolitan-Style Pizza
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DnC Jung
2 weeks ago
In town from Canada...curious on the hype...OMG, hands down the best authentic pizza...what makes an awesome pizza = light texture from perfect leavened dough + baked in custom Italian wood oven + fresh ingredients. Open only 4 days per week & 4 hrs a day or until they run out of dough?! They must be doing something right...
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David Schultz
a month ago
I have been to Una Pizza many times and I always love it. This is pizza distilled to it's purest form. It continues to astound me that people leave 1-star reviews filled with whining about not being able to get red pepper flakes or bread - or pepperoni. This is not Pizza Hut! Do you roll into a Chinese restaurant and demand ketchup? Take what they offer and enjoy ... or not. But don't give a 1-star review because they don't have pepper or pepperoni.
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Mano Marks
2 weeks ago
Formerly really good, gone way down hill. Pizzas we had were totally undercooked and tasteless. Hope it was a bad night but we won't be coming back to find out.
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Pierre-Antoine LaFayette
5 months ago
Chef is a master pizza maker. The crust is incredibly fluffy, light, and delicious. I may have enjoyed it more than the legendary Di Fara's in Brooklyn, although they make different styles of pizza. Well worth a visit.
Joshua Levy
in the last week
The pizza earns about 3.5 stars, but the selection is so limited that the place gets 2.5 stars. The pizza is lackluster and uninspired. If you've had "artisan pizzas" at any reasonably good italian restaurant, then you've had pizza this good before. The only thing unique about this is the raw spinach on top. If you think raw spinach on a pizza is worth a special trip, this is your place. Otherwise, don't bother. The menu is basically 5 pizzas (a 6th is added one day a week). But don't be fooled! The five pizzas are almost identical. There is plain pizza, plain pizza with a different type of tomato, pizza with no tomatoes, pizza with no sauce, and pizza with smoked cheese. If you want toppings on your pizza go elsewhere. (The wine list is bad. I tried two different wines, both went poorly with pizzas. When your whole menu is 5 different types of similar pizza, having wines that don't pair well with those pizzas is a sin.)
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Elliot Schwartz
a week ago
Simple and elegant pizza with thin crust, sweet sauce, and savory cheese. The main drawback was the 45 minute wait for a table.
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Antonio Otero
4 months ago
This is the place for hipsters who haven't visited Naples and imagine they'll get there and: pizzas will have only 3 ingredients, additions are prohibited, and they will contain milligrams of cheese. Come here. Eat a pizza, preferably with 2 friends. Leave hungry. Go down the street to Firestone Pizza's food truck and get a better dough, a smoker crust, and better taste. Basta.
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John Houser
a year ago
Great pizza at exorbitant prices. It's not your ordinary pizza. The pizza is doughy, chewy. There are only five types of pizza and one of them only served on Saturday. The Margherita pizza is quite tasty. The cheese oozes. However, I wouldn't come here again just because the high price of $25 per pizza. That's a lot for meal for simple well made pizza.

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