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The renowned, ascetic pizza chef talks to the 'Chronicle' about
It's not exactly 'meat-centric,' explains Slice, but it's damn good.
Parallel 37 and Haven, we think, are better than Bauer thinks they are.
It's in honor of his newborn baby daughter, Apollonia.
The Bold Italic "nerds out" over Neapolitan pizza with a new listicle, complete with oven types, cooking times and temperatures, for eight of the city's best margherita pies, from A16 to Zero Zero. They do not, however, crown a favorite....
Does Reidinger really need to bother at this point?
Also, they love Emilia's in Berkeley, Pizzeria Delfina, Picco in Larkspur, and Pizzaiolo.
Una Pizza Reopens (Now With Baby); Nirvana Shutter Appears Imminent; Reddington Brings Pizza to Yountville
Also, Two Sisters Bar and Books is scheduled for a September opening in Hayes Valley.
Kauffman's pizza picks only include one newcomer.
Finally, Bauer writes something about Una Pizza.
A new listicle from F&W.
We think Jonathan Kauffman did a pretty good job summing things up.
Ms. Unterman joins the growing legion of dedicated fans of Anthony Mangieri's Una Pizza Napoletana. She begins by describing a scene in Italy, in which she had an amazing margherita pizza in Naples and writes, "I had never tasted any...
Jonathan Kauffman gives us his take on Una Pizza Napoletana this week, noting that the transplanted operation of master pizzaiolo Anthony Mangieri with the sometimes two-hour wait for pizza and nothing besides that on the menu might not...
They'll be closed from October 20 to November 2, reopening November 3.
...But it's not actually part of the same worker-owned cooperative as the others.
Several early non-reviews are quick to point out the lengthy wait, but seem to say it's worth it.
There are four pizzas right now, with a fifth coming next week. And don't ask for pepperoni.
Just a reminder that tomorrow marks the west coast debut of Anthony Mangieri's Una Pizza Napoletana (210 11th Street, see our slideshow), bringing some true Neapolitan cred to the S.F. pizza scene. Also, on the gas-fired "neo-politan" end of things,...