Goat Hill Pizza
300 Connecticut St, San Francisco, CA 94107
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Phone: (415) 641-7262
Fax: (415) 641-7262
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Cuisines: Buffets, Caterers, Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
05/07/2010Provided by Citysearch -
After being a costumer for several years I had an encounter with Elena (manager) and OMG was that awful. Not only that there was no respect to a loyal costumer but there were racist remarks. Not that I will never come back to that place I will not recommend it to anyone.
I also think that person like that can not work in the invironment that must serve costumers.
01/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Very homey. Great pizza. Service was a bit slow, but the quality of the pizza made up for that. I am writing this review mainly to see it show up in Facebook via Facebook Connect. CitySearch says it must be at least 100 characters. Think I've made that goal.
11/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I found this place by searching on city search on Sunday. I planned to have a bite of pizza there. When I arrived, I got parking easily. Their staff welcomed me warmly. When I entered there.....Oh GOD ! ! ! there were huge number of people from different community. I ordered for pizza and got it after waiting a long time. As I read in review it was sooo tasty. I asked garlic sauce once more but due to huge number of customer it took long time and I left the place. That is why I am giving 4 star. This restaurant missed one more star due to lack of attention on customer. Over all it is good for tasty pizza.
07/21/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Good serves, Good atmosphere, and Easy parking.
However, all you can eat pizza is not worth to pay $8.99.
I like the idea of using sourdough but they use just a little cheese with red sauce.
I liked the souce but it does not mach to sourdough.(The souce is already a bit sour and dough is sour so it makes more sour)
The way they make pizza is like making thin-crust pizza.
Small amount of cheese, light-taste souce, and small-cut toppings but use sourdough.
What I mostly liked about pizza was they rarely used garlic to make tasty. Only inexperienced chefs use a lot of garlic because their foods taste nothing without it.
So I would say good try!! But need improvement.
Maybe they can use more toppings such as minced onions, more kinds of mushrooms and eggplants.
And also They need either more cheese or different kind of cheese.
If you are people who can taste better than most people JUST AVOID ON MONDAY NIGHT.
This place may be good for couple even though it can get very crowded because they have some wines and you do not have to stand up to get more pizza.
******When I rate, I only use scale ""Not recommended"", ""Recommended"" or ""Highly recommended"".
07/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Monday nights at Goat Hill really make this city pizza place feel like the community hang out- there are a lot of regulars and everyone's in a good mood. Plus, the pizza is incredible (LOVE the sourdough crust) and the combinations of toppings allow for some originality on the usual staple. I also reccommend the garlic cheese bread, dripping with cheese and oil and flavor... it's perfection. Goat Hill is great!
01/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I don't usually review restaurants but this pizza is the best! I have shared it with a hand fun of friends already and they too agreed it was very good. I just hope by sharing my opinion won't cause too many people to go there making my wait time longer
01/23/2007Provided by Citysearch -
A couple of my friends and I went to all you can night at Goat hill. We had a blast the service could have been better. Other than that we had great time. I loved the chicken and sundried tomato so I would go back, but only on Mondays all you can eat you get a better bargain.
11/21/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I showed up at goathill pizza with a large party and we all left feeling humiliated. there was , what could have been, a relatively minor incident around our party being seated. Instead it turned into a night of punishment for all of us. To add insult to injury, the owner of goathill pizza was as rude and inappropriate as his staff. If you want to be taught a harsh lesson, like they attempted to teach us, simply treat yourself to a night at a lovely s/m bar in the city, not goathill pizza.
10/08/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I ordered a large take out pie and I found it limp and lack of robust flavours, a fluke I thought. Based on another reviewers reccomendation I went on a Monday night for sampling-fest. I was right the first time, the pizza simply lacks a good crust, cheese, and sauce. Having lived in Boston, Chicago, and NY, I know pizza is not all created equal and this place is a let down. I'll just call it grub.
Nice view of SF though.
06/22/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I haven't found the best pizza place in SF yet, but Goat Hill is pretty good. We get it delivered at work sometimes. We get several varieties, but my favorite so far is the Chicken Florentine. It's yummy, but make sure you don't leave spinach in your teeth!
11/26/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I ordered a take out large pizza from this place and it was really bad. I dont know where to begin. The pizza was terrible over all. The chicken was obviously old and had absolutely no flavor. There was lots of brown meat as well. The pesto tasted fishy. I do not mean to be terribly harsh, but this place was a waste of money, with only 4 toppings, it cost nearly 30 dollars! There are far better places to go.
05/30/2005Provided by Citysearch -
For anyone that thinks this pizza deserves anything higher than a 7 out of 10, they've never had really good pizza... This pie was extremely similar to a standard pie found at any 'house of pizza' around the US. Spiced up sauce to cover up low quality tomatoes, grande cheese, standard toppings, crust was pretty good but didn't make up for the rest of the pizza.
It must be local San Francisco pride for their sourdough that is pushing the ratings on this shop so high.
05/27/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I moved to San Francisco about a year ago, and I've eaten a lot of pizza since then...this is not only the best pizza I've had in SF, but the best pizza I've had ever! The crust is perfect, the seasonings are delicious...I've never had anything like it!
05/15/2005Provided by Citysearch -
It's something about the crust: the sourdough is different, but nothing to write home about. I've always had delivery: the stuff comes fast and hot. Lots of toppings to choose from. The pizzas are not ""wet,"" ie the cheese is not goopy and sliding off, but instead almost seem a bit dry. And like SF in general, pizzas here are somewhat expensive. Try it, you might like it: it just don't think it's my thing.