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Tony's Pizza Napoletana
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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1570 Stockton St San Francisco, CA 94133, United States
1570 Stockton StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94133
$$Pizza Restaurant, Bar
Pizza Restaurant
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Italian Restaurant
Today 12:00 – 11:00 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
"My favorites are the classic margherita and the spicy pig cheek with quail eggs."
"She recommended a great bottle of Pinot Noir along with the New Yorker pizza."
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Sébastien Loranger
3 weeks ago
Really great food, but extremely rude customer service. This restaurant is popular, so they don't care about their clients. Expect a wait time between 1 and 2h for a group (no reservations allowed) and a bad customer service. The manager doesn't care if you're happy or not, he/her just tell you to shut up or leave. Altough the food is great, it is not worth the wait and the poor service. There are other places in San Francisco who do good pizza and who care about their clients.
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Yvette Ngo
a month ago
Delicious pizza in a very busy setting. They don't take reservations so expect to wait at least 1--2 hours on a weekend. If you want to take it to-go and eat it outside that's an option too. They have a special type of Margherita that sells out if you don't eat there early enough. I didn't get to try it. I had the regular Margherita and it was delicious. The other pizza I had was good too. It had lots of veggies on it and was flavorful. Maybe I need to try the special Margherita because I didn't think the wait was worth it.
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Steven Kirkish
2 months ago
It doesn't get much better than Tony's. All of his crusts are fantastic. Detroit style is amazing. The New Yorker, awesome. The margarita, great. Meatballs are amazing. the deep fried calzone is the best calzone I've ever had in my life. Not a big fan of the spaghetti so I wouldn't recommend getting that. You wont be disappointed with the lasagna though. Service is great. Tony himself is awesome
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Kristen Colander
3 months ago
This pizza is incredible! They had great service, and mouth watering food. You can get original style pizzas, like margarita, or you can get more creative toppings, like pear, goat cheese and prosciutto. Either way, you won't be disappointed. They also have delicious gluten free crust.
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hyuk kang
in the last week
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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David Carr
a month ago
Got in line at Tony's about a half hour before they opened on a Saturday morning and it was well worth the wait. I sat at the bar and ordered the Sausage and Stout pizza and it was AMAZING. I've never had flavors like that before in a pizza and my brain didn't know how to handle it! "Our dough is made with honey malted guinness beer, house-made mozzarella & beer sausage, carmelized onions, fontina cheese, scallions, crushed red peppers, beer salt & sweet guinness reduction" 'nuff said.
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John Pilkinton
3 months ago
Oh my gosh, the most awesome pizza I've had in a very long time. Next time I'm in SF, I will visit them again. We had their New Yorker, which is amazing in its own right: it was a beautiful balance of margherita, artisan pepperoni, and Italian sausage; the flavors were distinct yet melded. However, the pizza that took it over the top was their pizza made with Guinness. Oh my gosh. True artistry with caramelized onions, mozzarella cheese, homemade sausage, and a Guinness reduction. It is a thing all its own. It felt more German than Italian, but I was impressed with the skill required to perfectly bake their creation in a 1000 degree oven: crispy on the outside, light inside, never doughy.
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Mathieu Stemmelen
2 months ago
"It's hard to find a better pie" than those among the "great variety" of "award-winning" pizzas (Neapolitan-style, "Sicilian, Californian, Roman" even "gluten-free") that famed chef-owner Tony Gemignani tosses and cooks to a crisp in seven types of ovens at his "lively" "North Beach gem"; tabs are "somewhat pricey", but the "excellent wine list" and "friendly" servers help soothe after a "brutal" wait for a table. Learn more about Tony's Pizza Napoletana. What to order Jersey tomato pie Cal Italia (pictured) Margherita Insider tip: Go for unusual categories like Detroit-style pizza or specials like sausage-and-stout-beer pizza.
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