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Tony's Pizza Napoletana
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 10:00 pm
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1570 Stockton St San Francisco, CA 94133
1570 Stockton StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94133
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 12:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 12:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday ClosedWednesday 12:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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Bustling Italian eatery draws crowds with varied pizza options from coal-fired to Roman-style.- Google
"Dude, even in New York, New York style pizza isn't that expensive."
"Everything from caesar salad to meatballs to margherita pizza was 5 stars."
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Born and raised in the Bronx, NY here. This is the best pizza I've had in the state of California. But it's too expensive. $43 for a New York pie (with no toppings) after tax? Dude, even in New York, New York style pizza isn't that expensive. I've bought $30 pies feeling like I've been ripped off in New York. But I can't go back here again and pay more than $5 per slice when I'm buying it in bulk. One of the few places that has New York style Sicilian without being stupid enough to call it Chicago deep dish, or even just calling it regular ass pizza. However, no garlic or oregano shakers available? Every single pizzeria from Boston to NY to Philly and everywhere in between that is not named Dominos or Pizza Hut has shakers of red pepper, garlic salt, parmesian cheese, and oregano available. I asked for garlic here and the guys had no idea what I was talking about. They managed to find me oregano, but seriously guys. A pizza place should have spices available.
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Mark Fox
a month ago
Hands down the worst pizza I have ever had. I heard the Margharita won the World championship...I lived in Firenza, but am an American connisuer who gas eaten pizza from East to West. We made a special trip w/ the FAM & ordered 2...soggy & tasted like charcoal...even my 2 year old slammed a whole pizza off the table onto the floor where it belonged. The pizza in Richmond, CA in the ghetto for $6 is better...
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Ryan Williams
a month ago
Million different choices for pizza type, great beers on tap, jumping area of SF's North Beach area. This is the place to go if you want good pizza. Nice little Washington square park across the street. Pro tip: sit at the bar for quick service if you don't mind not sitting at a table and don't want to wait 1.5 hours to get said table.
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Lyndsi Winer
3 months ago
Hands down best pizza I've ever had! We didn't even know about this place just saw it and saw it's reviews were great. We walked in and there was over a 2 hour wait. We decided to put our name in and hawk around the bar seeing if someone will get up from the bar and we could snag the seat. About 20-30 mins later someone did and we snagged it! They have 11 different types of pizzas cooked in 7 different ovens depending on the style. We got the New Yorker which was to die for! Cant wait to try the Detroit pizza since we're from Detroit originally. I recommend this place to most people. Tell them to put their name in and go grab a beer elsewhere if the wait is long but, to definitely wait since it's more than worth it! I dream about this pizza months and months later!
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Isabella Convertini
2 months ago
It might be a matter of expectations, but I was definitely expecting more from Tony's given the hype and the PR around him... The traditional wood oven pizza was chewy and absolutely mediocre (the quality of the topping was good, but the dough not the best for sure). The sicilian style pizza was on the heavy side, but that's personal taste (thick, focaccia-like pizza).
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Klint Rudolph
a month ago
Really great experience. Our waiter, Jason, was awesome, pizza was incredible! Well worth the wait. Get there, put your name on the list, go have a drink in the neighborhood while you wait. The "New Yorker" is amazing!
Adi Prabhala
2 weeks ago
Great pizzas with an overwhelming pizza menu. large portion sizes so best enjoyed in a group if you want to try a few pizzas. Expect to wait as they don't take reservations but are happy for you to leave your details so you can go for a drink down the road to Tony Niks (which looks like a dive bar but is actually surprisingly nice inside).
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hyuk kang
4 months ago
Coming from SoCal, Tony's Pizza is probably the epitome of what NoCal stands for. Every little detail about this restaurant brings back the philosophy of how california cuisine bean. All their ingredients are locally grown and cook fresh at the restaurant. Even to their dipping sauce, like honey was grown at the top of their roof. How ridiculous is that!!! I also wasn't used to paying extra percentage on bill to help their workers pay for medical insurance. That's very NorCal. Overall, I enjoyed their delicious pizza.
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