Amici's East Coast Pizzeria
216 King St, San Francisco, CA 94107
Parking: Garage, Street
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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11/21/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I loved this place and pizza was great! Service was a bit light --but really didnt need much - to eat a pizza?! - I had the eggplant pizza an thought it was great and friends i was with had others, and tasting theirs was good too! - Eggplant sandwich was almost like mama makes! ha -- the only thing i thought was the price of a salad - was way too high... i think the ceasar salad was like 7.50 --for a small side salad too much!- but having the pizza here in sf is a lot cheaper than having to fly to NY ha .
go and try ..... great
07/09/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I've been here five or six times because it's in the neighborhood. Perhaps I don't dress well enough or don't look cool enough or whatever, but the waitstaff is consistently from average to downright terrible. The management's even worse.
Case in point - last night it took em' 45 minutes to bring me a side salad and bread sticks. I am sure the waitress simply forgot.
The way the manager barked at me for trying to pay up front instead of paying the waitress. Would have loved to pay the waitress but she was nowhere to be found.
The prices are sort of high for what you get. Add to that poor service and there's no chance - not one - that I'll be back.
Go one mile downtown to any of the Italian or pizza places and you'll do better.
11/20/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Excellent wood-fired pie. I recommend the simplicity of Amici's margherita pizza. Excellent ingredients, solid crust. Finally, after a year of frustrated searching I've found good pizza in SF. The downside? It's overpriced, but since the competition can't seem to make a good pie I really have no room to compain.
10/30/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Pretty good pizza, fast delivery. I've had better, but all in all it's good. For some reason I just wasn't a fan of their sausage pizzas. They are quick to deliver, but only if you make a $25 minimum. If you're looking for one pizza and some sides, not sure that this is the best place because of the min. Looking for wings? Sorry. How about garlic cheese bread? Nope...
03/16/2006Provided by Citysearch -
My friends were raving about this place, so i tried it. The pizza is pretty good, better than the other chains. The delivery minimum is pretty high, so it must be their high rent. The toppings is always good (try the goat cheese one), but the crust is usually blackened because it's so thin. There aren't too many pizza joints around, so they're tops right now. There's better food out there for that price, but on a rainy night with a good DVD, why not?
12/04/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This place is very good. I live just around the corner and anytime I have ventured for any other pizza place, I was highly disappointed. This is for sure the best pizza joint in SOMA. The toppings are always fresh and delicious. The service is friendly and helpful. The ambiance is far above average for a pizza place, feels like a restaurant. They have great deals for slices before ball games. The lasagna is scrumptious, give it a try!