32 "Pizza" Restaurants in San Francisco.
We can always rely on Cotogna in the Financial District for an excellent upscale Italian meal.
Cheese Board Pizza in Berkeley does only one type of pizza every day. It tends to be kind of unusual, but it’s always worth the long wait.
A16 turns out some of the best pizza in San Francisco. The small plates are close to perfect, and you can actually get a reservation. There’s no catch. Just go.
Emilia’s is the best pizza in the Bay Area. Getting it is a huge pain in the ass. But it is 100% worth it.
Del Popolo’s pizza is just as good at their brick and mortar Nob Hill spot as it is from their roving truck.
Tony’s Pizza Napoletana in North Beach has nearly every style of pizza you can ask for all under one roof.
Pizza is the main draw at Boot & Shoe Service, but it's also a great overall eating experience.
Jupiter in Berkeley is known for its amazing patio and live music situation. It has a ton of beers on tap and serves decent pizza.
With great water views and a firepit, Bar Bocce in Sausalito could probably get away with having average food. But the food - in particular, the pizzas - make this place worth a visit.
Down to talk loudly and eat a ton of burrata in the Mission? Get yourself to Beretta for excellent Italian small plates.
Delarosa is a neighborhood institution in the Marina for pizza, salads, and epic people watching.
Sometimes, the pizza at this Mission spot is damn near perfect. Other times, Delfina’s pie tastes like a stale pastry.
Fifth Arrow in Union Square is a bar and bowling alley with pizza that you’ll actually want to eat.