- General Info:
- Extreme Pizza featues fanciful and distictly San Francisco pizzas. With the usual toppings, vegetarians will be very happy here and vegans can get their pizza made with soy cheese. You'll also find huge sandwiches, veggie and meat, that are stacked high and attractively priced. Eat in or take out (the pizzas can be sent home with you either cooked or half-baked to be finished off in your oven).
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, amex, visa
- SoMa, Central East San Francisco
- Pizza, Delicatessens, Take Out Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Italian Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Posted: 6/16/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Nice environment to sit down and eat.(especially at night)
Nice staff, when ordered there food is ready fast.
Kind of expensive but it's good quality pizza.
Best option is the make your own pizza, create my own, eat it, love it, and is satisfied.
Online order avaliable for delivery also.
Posted: 10/23/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Although they can be a little pricey, the pizza, salads, and wings are worth it. This is a great pizza operation, specifically for lactose-intolerants (they have a soy cheese option and cheese-free option) and vegetarians (many creative veggie combos). The Pandora's Box is delicious and the buffalo wings are the real thing.
Posted: 5/18/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Ordered a ""large"" cheese and pepperoni pie for delivery. For the price I paid, the pizza was neither ""large"" nor ""extreme"" in any fashion. The pizza had a mass-produced look (like from a big delivery chain), was greasy and overall average. Atleast the food came pretty quickly and was hot on delivery.
I have a hard time taking any pizza place seriously that uses a conveyor belt style oven to cook their pies. I'm a traditionalist I like the big hot ovens with the little narrow doors. Unfortunately, this is where Extreme Pizza falls short. The dough just doesn't come off that wire mesh plate/belt with the same crispness as from a real oven.
When I first moved to San Francisco, there was a flyer for Extreme Pizza there to greet me. I figured, what the hey! and ordered with my new roommates. Quite a while later a decently-sized pizza showed up, but it cost around $25 after tax and tip and wasn't even that tasty! No way. I've had much better SF pizza since, too. Xtreme pizza is just not that great and definitely not worth the price.
Posted: 7/27/2003Provided by Citysearch -
I am inclined to believe that the negative reviews of Extreme Pizza were written by persons who had never visited any of the stores. I am a pizza lover and very critical of the pizza that I eat. In my opinion the pizza at Extreme Pizza is THE best! Fabulous, fresh ingredients, wonderful crust, the most innovative recipes imaginable - these are the delights awaiting any visitor to Extreme Pizza.
Posted: 7/23/2003Provided by Citysearch -
I live for Extreme Pizza! I am not able to eat dairy, but thankfully Extreme offers the best -- and the ONLY-- soy cheese pizza that I know of. They also have the ""White Out"" which has no cheese on it. It still tastes awesome due to the super fresh ingredients and amazing crust. Kudos to Extreme!!