Una Pizza Napoletana
San Francisco CA 94118
When Anthony Mangieri, pizzaiolo for the East Village Una Pizza Napoletana, closed "to make a change," move West, and open shop somewhere he could get "a chance to use his outrigger canoe and mountain bike more often," it was the ultimate insult to New Yorkers. You're taking one of the city's favorite Neapolitan pizzerias, defecting to a temperate climate, to people who denigrate New York's Mexican food? So you can canoe and mountain bike? Traitor! Good for Mangieri and San Franciscans, who inherited one of the country's best Neapolitan pies.
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I was never really into dinner theater. One of my best friends played an Oscar-worthy Maria in Joey and Maria’s Wedding in San Diego, but like many real weddings, the food took a back seat to the cheating cousins, tipsy bridesmaids and mouthy mothers-in-law.
This new place from New York's Anthony Mangieri promises to be one of the best Naples-style pizza joints in the country when it opens next week.
A few-hour wait is nothing once you bite into one of just four pies from a master pizzaiolo.
My favorites are the Filetti and the Illaria.
On the Filetti, crust and cheese are dotted with cherry tomatoes that pop with sweetness—particularly in summer, when just about nothing could be better than a tomato. Except one on pizza this good.
Stellar little wine list! Giovanni can make some great recommendations. And the wait? Not as bad as people make it out to be.
Try the Margherita/Maraina pizza here the sauce is delicious.
No matter the length of the line, this pizza is worth it. The entire pizza that you will eat is worth it. Any of them - delicious.
Try the sparkling red wine (Gragnano).
Best neopolitan pizza in town. Don't get scared by others who say there's a two hour wait.
They just picked this place up from New York and moved it to San Francisco. Everything on the menu is incredible.
Order one of each. Come early.
Amazing authentic pies. get there early or you will wait. No matter how long you have to wait I can promise you IT IS WORTH IT.
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Get in line early (4:30) on Saturday as the place is tiny
I really enjoyed the Filetti Pizza here!
Try the Neapolitan Coffee (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Apollonia (via @Foodspotting)
This is the best Pizza you will ever eat in the West Coast.
Go on Saturday for the Appollonia pizza, and have the sparkling red wine.
Madly delicious pizza, not gluten free
If you doubted their authenticity, this should set you right.
My favorite pizza in SF. They close when they run out of dough, which is awesome.
come after 8.30 or 9 pm to avoid a long wait, but before 10 pm to catch them before they run out of dough!
Let me just reiterate that this is the best pizza I have ever eaten.
simplified menu chart.
Zagat 26, recommended by SF Magazine
Worth the wait. Most people order a pizza each. Highly recommend the margherita.
Pizza margherita is on 7x7's Big Eat 2013.
Authentic Napoli style pizza. Sf's best!