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Tony's Pizza Napoletana
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 12–10PM
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1570 Stockton St San Francisco, CA 94133
1570 Stockton StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94133
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 12–10PM
Monday 12–10PMTuesday ClosedWednesday 12–11PMThursday 12–11PMFriday 12–11PMSaturday 12–11PMSunday 12–11PM
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Bustling Italian eatery draws crowds with varied pizza options from coal-fired to Roman-style.- Google
"Margherita pizza and the Spaghetti and Meatballs were both delicious."
"Get a plain cheese pizza and you'll love it!"
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Simone Pagan Griso
a month ago
Yes, a very good pizza in this vibrant neighborhood. Be ready for a long wait if you're going during the weekend (can be 1 hour during normal dining times), but they'll alert you sending a text to your phone when the table is ready. Service is ok, polite and efficient. You should definitely try their wood oven cooked Margherita. I also love the Italian pizzas. I haven't tried other dishes though.
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Phil Ye
2 months ago
Friends brought me to Tony's just after noon time. Fortunately there was only 40-minute wait. A very rare fortune only possible in a raining day and in a tourist off- season. We saw Tony was running back forth taking care of the business in the restaurant. We had some casual chats with him between his busy trips. He was very approachable. Seeing the 11 time World Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani was really an exciting experience. Tony recommended New Yorker, a gold medal winner in Las Vegas in 2013. It won our palates right there. Swiftly baked by 1000 Fahrenheit degree coal fire, the pizza was crispy, tender and bursting aromas. We also paired our lunch with highly powered cocktails. My Old Fashioned was syrupy and nuclear. The conclusion, we will definitely go back again. Next time we will ensure to have the prize winner Margherita.
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John Traeger
a month ago
Didn't live up to the hype. Slow service. Pizza crust was soggy, margarita and spacca Nepali swimming in olive oil. New Yorker was good. Gigantic meatball was good. Sangria was watery. Not worth 25$ a pizza. Asked for a second beer and never got it. Asked for water and never got it.
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David Fiorenza
2 months ago
By far the best pizza we have had in the USA. Comes really close to pizza in Florence we had. So many different styles to pick from. You will have to deal with a line even when they open. Went for lunch, got bar seats and made sure to order the Margherita as there are only 73 made per day as it's the world pizza cup winner.
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Khristel Stecher
2 months ago
The pizza was delicious. However the price was insane for pizza. There is most likely better places for pizza at a more decent price. Price ranges from 25-35 or morr per pizza. The pizzas were huge either. The taste was really good. It was fresh and the sauce was light.
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Willie Warren
2 months ago
Glad I got a chance to sit down to sample Tony's Pizza. I've been hearing so much about this place lately from different friends so figured I needed to get here asap. Warning : parking is a b*tch Thursday around 1pm had a 45 min wait and we ended up with a nice booth right by the big window. They take your name and number and text you when your table is ready. For some reason my text came late so I almost missed our seating :( The pizza was delicious. Very traditional and they bake 5 different styles. We tried the classic Margherita which was the winner in the Naples Italy Pizza challenge. Flavors were spot on if you're a Margherita lover. We also ordered the New York which I didn't try since there was loads of meat on there and I am not a fan of ricotta cheese. Everyone seemed to enjoy it. The calamari was just calamari. Nothing special. The deep fried bread was alittle too salty for me but worked when you added the cheese spread. Meatlovers rejoiced because it also came with prociutto. So you're suppose to make yourself alittle fried sandwich. Thats worth ordering. Service was nice. Tipped the standard 20% and left happy.
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Stephanie Han
2 months ago
Even though we'd gotten there around 5:30pm or so, our party of six still ended up waiting nearly and hour and a half! It's that nutty, but I admit, their pizza was really good. They offer a pretty impressive array of all different styles of pizza, and we got: two napoletana margherita, the meat lovers' deep dish, and a spaghetti and meatballs, which had the best al dente noodles ever! I also treid their Negroni cocktail, which was seriously good. Two takeaways: definitely worth trying and make sure you're not totally starving by the time you get here.
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Ryan Hodek
2 months ago
I drive from Sacramento to San Francisco regularly just for Tony's pies. Told our waiter that one nice and she sent Tony himself out from the kitchen to say hello. Staff has always been top notch along with the food. Bartender can't mess up your drink if he tried.