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Pie Worth the Wait at Una Pizza Napoletana; At Ragazza, Reidinger Dines Next to Mark Zuckerberg, Doesn't Care

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Jonathan Kauffman very much enjoyed the punk rock pizza at SoMa's Una Pizza Napoletana. He writes that after being largely disappointed with the Neapolitan-style pizzas in San Francisco, chef-owner Anthony Mangieri makes the, "Neapolitan pizzas I always imagined." Hot damn! So, despite the fact that Una Pizza Napoletana takes no reservations, has limited hours, take about two hours to get you your pie, and only has four menu items, he'll be back. Only next time, he'll pack a clif bar for the wait. [SFoodie]

Meanwhile, in the Lower Haight, Paul Reidinger fell for Ragazza's's haute pizzas. He describes a potato pizza that despite being potato (starch) on bread (starch), is delicious. Actually, potato on bread sounds really good so I'm not surprised. Reidinger then goes on to recount sitting near Mark Zuckerberg. Or was it Mark Zuckerberg? He theorizes that the sign of a good restaurant might be that you don't even care you're sitting next to MaZu (I'm gonna make this nickname stick, people!). I mean, that's me all the time because I'm very cool around celebrities but, good point. [SFBG]

Una Pizza Napoletana

210 11th Street, , CA 94103 (415) 861-3444 Visit Website

Ragazza

311 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA 94117 415 255 1133 Visit Website

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