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Tony's Pizza Napoletana
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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1570 Stockton St San Francisco, CA 94133
1570 Stockton StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94133
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 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
"Great thin crust pizza with slight bits of char (in a good way) on the crust."
"Everything from caesar salad to meatballs to margherita pizza was 5 stars."
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Jonah Evans
a month ago
I'm twelve year old kid and love to cook. My dad and I got seats at the pizza bar to watch them make the pizza. When Chef Laura learned about my culinary dreams, she offered teach me how to make pizza. The pizza was amazing. My dad says it is one of the best ceasar salads he has ever tasted. If you end up in San Francisco this place is a most go.
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Magdalena R
2 months ago
Seriously amazing pizza. We went to the takeout / slice side of the joint, as the line to get a table at noon on a Sunday seemed unreasonable (we later learnt that the resto had not opened yet; an employee was efficiently going down the line to register parties.) Good decision, because you can order the same slices and pies at the quick-service side. Toppings are a bit more west coast than NY pizzerias (feta cheese and pepperoncinis?), and don't think to ask for slice modifications or added toppings. But the crust on the slice ($4.50)! Heaven, it was delicious, with its well-structured crumb, slight saltiness, perfect cooking and crunch-chew combination. A bit greasier cheese blend than some may prefer, but still exquisite. Gluten-free pies (12" / $16 with cheese) are available for order, and the crust on our arugula-sausage pie was freshly made and crunchy. We loved the sauce, which was on the savoury side. Am a bit embarrassed to say that the NY slice at Tony's is probably better than most of the NY slices I've had in NYC... Would never order a whole pie, though, as prices were in the range of $43 !
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Klint Rudolph
4 months 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!
Mark Fox
4 months 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...
Ben Cashman
2 months ago
Pretty good pizza for the west coast, but overhyped and insanely priced. I'm a pizza snob from NY and had high hopes of this place after reading all the rave reviews. It was decent and hands down the best pizza I've had on the west coast, and beats anything in Seattle (where I live now) by a country mile, but just can't compare to Big Nick's, Joe's, or any number of other NY or CT joints. The edge xrust is too thick and doughy, and the right flavor just isn't there. Mind you I'm talking about the NY style cheese pizza by the slice, not one their varieties with toppings. Now the price. Dear lord. $5 a slice? Compare to the legendary Joe's in NY which is $2.50 a slice. Absurd. Other than the ridiculous price, it's pretty decent pizza, especially by west coast standards.
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Art Vandelay
3 months ago
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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Isabella Convertini
5 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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Steve DeCramer
2 months ago
Of course an excellent selection of Pies but seriously over priced. I wanted to try a NY Pizza but no way in hell I'm paying $40+ for a Pizza. Had the Detroit Style... It was ok. To buttery for me and the edge of the crust was hard as a rock.