North Beach Pizza
800 Stanyan St, San Francisco, CA 94117
Phone: (415) 752-3001
Fax: (415) 380-4279
Fax: (415) 751-4620
North Beach Pizza at Haight
North Beach Pizza-- Haight
North Beach Pizza-Stanyan
North Beach Pizza Stanyan St.
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Cuisines: Caterers, Sandwiches, Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Specialties: Meetings, Parties, School Functions
Price Range : Below Average
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11/07/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I ordered a pizza and came to pick up the pizza at the San Mateo location. Several was so wrong with what I have observed. Here are some:
1. The cashier is clueless and the crew aren't friendly
2. They are not clean - here is an example. I observed the guy who put the pizza in the oven. The pizza paddle he used is place on the ground. Every pizza I saw was used by the same paddle. I decided not to take my pizza and asked for my money back.
3. I came 20 minutes as they mentioned to pick up my order. I had to wait another 30 minutes before the girl realized that the pizza had already been cooked and was above the oven.
4. This place is dirty. Just take a look around when you go in.
5. STAY AWAY and go to another place.
04/08/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I was told it would take 40 minutes to deliver. Fine.
An hour and 15 minutes later, I called and they said it had left their restaurant 15 minutes ago.
I called back 15 minutes later. They said, again, that it had left fifteen minutes ago, even though they promised me in my last call that it had left 15 minutes prior to that.
They put me on hold for 15 minutes when I wanted to speak to the manager. Then the manger put me on hold to speak to the owner, whom the manager said was standing, ""right next to me.""
Their phone people are incompetent and liars.
The pizza arrived after 2 hours, cold, and they still wanted to charge me. I was desperate and hungry, so I paid half. I really, really wish I hadn't. The pizza isn't very good anywa.
11/06/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I dont get the appeal of the pizza here... ive probably given the place 4 tries and i am always regretful. the pizza is always undercooked, soggy and impossible to eat. the toppings taste like theyve come from a can and the dough from a supermarket. never again.
There is no doubt about it. North Beach Pizza, especially the one on Haight St. and the one on Stanyan St. has the best pizza in town!!! The dough, the toppings, all the cheese... no other single slice of pizza will fill you up and leave you this satisfied! I definitely recommend it. You will get quality and quantity food for your money! I'm from Europe. At North
Beach Pizza on Haight St. we ate the best Pizza of our life!
05/13/2004Provided by Citysearch -
Wonderful restaurant. This place is great, the food is fantastic, and I'd like to mention, children will enjoy themselves. Carlos, I believe that's his name, is very warm and funny person and he is a great addition to this restaurants atmosphere. He had my son do the hula, when he got his Hawaiian pizza and that was so funny. I recommend this pizza restaurant to all families. Carlos goes beyond his duties to make you feel welcome, try it, you'll love it.
09/02/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Started the dinner with 1/2 Caesar salad for $3.95
The serving of watery greens was so small that a baby rabbit would have starved to death.
The main course: a ""North Beach Special"" pizza.
The crust was doughy.
The sauce was vile.
The sausage tasted like Jimmy Dean's.
This was the single worst pizza that I've had since having the misfortune of ""dining"" at Papa Potrero's.
Do not believe the positive reviews, obviously written by management. This was absolute garbage.
You'd be better off eating out of a dumpster.
Note: I ate at the original NB Pizza in North Beach several years ago and it it was quite good.
For this ""restaurant"" to use the same name, well, it is simply an embarrassment.
06/26/2003Provided by Citysearch -
everybody always tells me how good of a pizza north beach makes but it fails to impress me every time. maybe i just don't see it, but THAT is surely not the best pizza in the city. i never went to the haight restaurant, but i did try the one in north beach itself and, trust me, it's nothing special. blondie's is much better and a lot lot cheaper.
05/22/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Having eaten in North Beach location many times and seeing North Beach pizza all the time as the best rated pizza in San Francisco, I ordered pizza to be delivered from the Height Street location. It took nearly 90 minutes for the food to arrive and what a disappointment! Whatever was delivered only remotely resembled pizza, it was more like loaf of bread with some red sauce smeared over it. When we contactated the restaurant they were rude and offered half price coupon for the next order. Never again!
02/12/2003Provided by Citysearch -
You think it is BLAND! This is some of the best pizza I have ever had. I often go to this little place in my neighborhood, but if I am near the Haight street store, I always go there. You can sit down or take out and it is awesome. I absolutely love this place and have always had good, consistent pizza here.