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Southeast San Francisco, Mission District
Pizza, Restaurants
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Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

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A former New Yorker says ""Best Neopolitan Pizza in CA""

To tell you where I'm coming from, the best Neopolitan style (aka ""New York Style"") pizza in the USA comes from Grimaldi's Pizzeria in Brooklyn, NY. Google/Bing that and you'll see. Arinell's is a close number two.\r \r You can always judge the quality of a pizza by its plain cheese slice, and Arinell's shines here. If you need to dress up a slice with toppings to overcome the basic slice, you're starting out wrong... view more

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it's that good!

Thanks to the fans of Arinell Pizza! Here I was, craving good pizza and didn't know of any good places. I miss Pizzeria Uno's at Lombard. I loved their deep dish, cornmeal crust pizza. I Googled it, and now the closest location is in the East Bay. Well, I got on the internet some more and found reviews of this place. Parking is always shaky in the city, but after circling a couple of times, lucked upon a spot. I walk... view more

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Best NY-Style Pizza in SF

As close as one will get to NY-style pizza in SF. Well worth the hassle of picking up with no easy parking.

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Just OK

Grew up with NY Pizza. Their pizza is good, but not great. The extra crispy crust and the slightly-odd-tasting cheese they use makes it mediocre pizza at best. Also, the staff could use a few lessons in customer service. Their Sicilian pizza is really good though - try that if you go there.\r \r -Jersey Boy

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Wonderful New York Style Pizza

This is my favorite place for a quick take-out pizza. There are lot's of mirrors inside to talk to yourself while you eat and as a bonus drunks like to do drive-by insults. It's like a hobby for some and I find it adds to the overall ambiance.

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Don't Be a Pedestrian (When Walking into a Dump Pizza Joint Like This)

Walked into this real dinky, hole in the wall in the heart of Valencia and thought to myself ""now this is what I like to see!"" Picture this, just enough from for two three stool sized bar tables and the pizza kitchen with it's ovens. One young man with tattoos and baseball cap serving the already made slices and an older man making more pizza in the background. I get to this dump and allow a yuppie couple to go ahe... view more

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okay pizza..terrible employees

ordered pizza for pick up and was greeting by the two biggest a$$holes ever. so my pizza came to 25 bucks. yeah 25 for one f-ing pizza. then the little d0uche bag demanded a tip.... for pick up. after he gave me major attitude. never going back, no matter how ""great"" people claim this place to be. ew.

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Decent thin crust...

The pizza is good, however, not a place that I would highly recommend. I just had the plain cheese one and it was okay - I say ""okay' because there was something about the taste, it just didn't seem right. I'm not saying I wouldn't go back - I would, IF I were in the Mission and IF I was craving thin crust. Apologies to those who swear by it... but if you get out to the East Bay, you may want to try Gioia in Berkele... view more

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Best slice in SF

Hands down the best slice of pizza available in San Francisco, trust me I've tried them all. As close as you'll ever get to the best NYC has to offer and frankly better than most of the places back there.

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Like NYC pizza, but no cigar.

Its all about the slice. The cheese, spices(some grease required), and tomato sauce(not too much) are like a good ole NYC neighborhood slice. My biggest rant is with the crust, it is thin and has the size and shape of a good slice, but it is missing the ""snap"" when biting. The crunch is there but, the chewy snap is missing. The crust texture may be a closer match if they let their pies sit for a few hours longer be... view more

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509 Valencia StSan FranciscoCA 94110

(415) 255-1303

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