Tony's Pizza Napoletana
- General Info:
- Tony's Pizza Napoletana is located in San Francisco, CA. Its Naples, Italy roots pour through the delicious flavors of Tony Gemignani’s pizzas. Please come visit the award winning Tony's Pizza Napoletana which has been proudly serving the North Beach since 1991.
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, visa, master card, amex, discover
- North Beach, Northeast San Francisco
- Wood Burning Ovens, Full Bar, Roof top Garden
Tony’s Pizza Napoletana
Tony's Coal-Fired Pizza and Slice House
Tony's Pizzeria Napoletana
Tonys Coal-Fired Pizza & Slice
- Pizza, Italian Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar, No
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
Posted: 7/5/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Been there 12-15 times and have had a great pie every time. Great place to take friends or out-of-towners. Tony's aims to please and the menu tweaks have only brought more styles of pizza. Detroit, Jersey, NY, you name it. Love the Romano but everything rocks.
Posted: 2/24/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I had to jump on the review bandwagon because I just discovered this place and was an instant fan. A friend and I went in to order pizzas to go on Superbowl Sunday. The bartender told us about a ""secret, off-the-menu"" pizza that was oh so good. Tomato sauce, pepperoni, sausage and the secret weapon - ricotta cheese. Great crust and perfectly cooked. We ordered three! We sat at the bar and watched the game while we waited, although it only took 15 minutes. Good bar ambience with flat screen tv and booths. They give you fresh bread with dipping oils while you wait. Just watch out for the fresh garlic oil if you are on a date. I'm definitely going back to check out the regular menu!
My BF and I stopped in to get a slice of pizza, and ended up getting a whole pizza that was perfectly delicious. We were served bread and a garlic in olive oil/olive oil/pesto in olive oil dip that was out of this world (we asked for thirds... ha!!). While we searched to the menu to see what we wanted, we were waited on by the bar staff (as we were sitting at the bar) and they made us two fantastic cocktails (a two tony's for my bf, and a house vodka martini for me). After much deliberation (and our tummy's grumbling) we decided to go with something simple. It was the Margherita pizza ($18): Thin crust with a fluffy end, the perfect red sauce AND CHUNKS OF MOZARELLA AND WHOLE PIECES OF BASIL. We scarfed it up before we could take a picture. It was sooooo delicious!!
We will DEFINITELY be returning. The whole experience was the best ever (and I am one very hard to please!)
Posted: 2/15/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This place can be summed up in one word.....YUM-TACULAR!!!! It's a word, trust me! Me and two grown boys ordered two pizzas, a salad, 3 meatballs, and devoured the complimentary bread and garlic oil. We pretty much rolled out of the restaurant. We ordered Tony's world famous Margherita pizza. O...M...G! Amazing! A Cal Italia pizza which was the Gold Medal Winner in Food Networks Pizza Champions Challenge. It's now a winner in my book! Three Italian Style Meatballs, which literally melted in our mouths! And, so we could pretend like we were eating a healthy meal we ordered a Pancetta con Rucola salad. Pork belly and mozzarella salad is healthy right? Yea, that's what I thought! Yea, so I think I'm going to ask this Tony fellow if I can move in to his restaurant.