San Francisco fans of chef Anthony Mangieri’s Neapolitan pizzas will officially have until December 23 to get a last taste. Una Pizza Napoletana will shutter for good on that day after one last service, before heading to New York.
The chef will reopen the restaurant on New York’s Lower East Side through a new partnership with the chefs behind Contra and Wildair, Jeremiah Stone and Fabian Von Hauske Valtierra. Eater NY first reported the news based on city filings; it was later confirmed by Mangieri, Stone, and Von Hauske Valtierra.
“It’s going to be the same kind of stuff I’ve been working on my whole career combined with the stuff these guys do,” Mangieri told Eater NY. “I’ve been following [them] for years. I wouldn’t be doing this with anyone else.”
Since news of the closure was announced, Una Pizza has drawn long lines nightly, often running out of dough before closing time. For fans planning a pilgrimage, allot plenty of waiting time to pay respects.
The restaurant will open Wednesday through Saturday from 5 p.m.- 9 p.m. (or when the dough runs out) until closing day, December 23.