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Pizzeria Delfina to Open Third Location Next Year in Burlingame
Proxy Will Be Pizza-Less; Bartavelle Almost Open; and More
Also, Gitane’s bathroom gets honored.
The Great Outdoors
Pizzeria Delfina Wants a Parklet, Too
Look for it soon!
And Now, Pizzeria Delfina’s Holiday Gift
A nativity scene made from panettone and white chocolate.
Slice Crowns Flour + Water, Pizzaiolo, Una Pizza Among Top S.F. Pies
Also, they love Emilia’s in Berkeley, Pizzeria Delfina, Picco in Larkspur, and Pizzaiolo.
The Other Critics
By Way of Apology, Bauer Ups Lafitte a Half Star; Kauffman Anoints the Top Five
Kauffman’s pizza picks only include one newcomer.
Foodies With Benefits
Pizzeria Delfina Supports Dyke March With Limited Edition T-Shirt
The 18th Street landmark gets into the Pride spirit.
The Other Critics
Mark Bittman Admits That Maybe, Possibly, S.F. Has Better Regional Italian Food
More fodder for the S.F.-NYC rivalry, via a NYT food writer.
Hayes Valley’s Proxy Development Rolls Out Soon With Smitten Ice Cream,
Pizzeria Delfina and Biergarten will open a little later.
In Re: Reservations, and Places That Don’t Take Them
Places like Zero Zero have given in and started taking them.
Anthony Strong, Back From Sojourn In Italy, Shows Off Hidden Menu Items at
Of note: a deep-fried meatball calzone.
Pizzeria Delfina Delayed in Hayes Valley; Antica Pizzeria Napoletana Due By
Also, chef Paolo Laboa has left the employ of Farina.
Biergarten and Pizzeria Delfina Possibly Coming to Hayes Valley
Both the Suppenkuche team and Craig Stoll are eying a new temporary development along Octavia Boulevard.
Craig and Annie Stoll Live and Breathe Their Work
The husband and wife team behind Delfina talks date nights, being workaholics.
Slice of New York Pizza in San Jose the ‘Real’ Thing?
A San Jose pizzeria is bringing NY-style slices to Silicon Valley.
More on Delfina’s Expansion Plans: A New Pac Heights Location?
Now we’re hearing Delfina is planning a second location in Pac Heights, near the pizzeria. But what of the Mission plans?
Mr. Bauer Feels Guilty For Vivande’s Shuttering
The tried-and-true southern Italian gastronomia on Fillmore Street has closed after 29-years, and Michael Bauer wishes he’d been more supportive lately.