Zero Zero

Row 1

Details
826 Folsom St (btwn 4th St & 5th St)
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 348-8800
Pizza, Italian, Cocktail
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM
Singleplatform

“Pizza continues to go upscale, and what the French Laundry is to fine dining, San Francisco's Zero Zero is to pizza.” That was the San Francisco Chronicle executive food and wine editor Michael Bauer kicking off a review of owner and executive chef Bruce Hill’s San Francisco pizza spot Zero Zero (named for the type of fine Italian flour dedicated to pizza-making). Wow, right? Try a bite of the chewy, black-blistered crust on the Margherita Extra and disagree. Triple-pizza dare ya. — Arthur Bovino, 8/27/2014

Named one of the The Daily Meal's 101 Best Pizzas in America in 2014.

Around the Web

Foursquare Tips

  • Castro pizza. Yes please.
  • The pizza here is Neapolitan -- the Italian invention where the toppings are just the accompaniment to the lovingly made dough that bubbles & crisps in a 900-degree wood-fired oven.
  • Crisp chicken thighs, burrata ravioli, blistered pizzas, great cocktails. What's not to like?
  • I dunno how often they change up the "seasonal pizza" on the menu, but as of January 2014 the "chili-base, broccoli-sauce, four-cheese pizza" is one of the most delicious things I've eaten in forever.
  • Castro Pizza, no cheese and broccoli rabe appetizer. Simply amazing.
  • Try the Fried Brussels Sprouts
  • Eat ham. Eat more ham. Be happy.
  • Cocktails at the bar at any time, and they also have a fabulous pizza and Italian menu. Usually requires a reservation for dinner.
  • The Castro Pizza was amazing.
  • Try the Margarita Pizza
  • Try the Vanilla Spft Serve With Blueberry-Yuzu Compote
  • Great seasonal cocktails plus really good food. Great combination. The Castro pizza is my favorite. Also, make sure to leave room for the do-it-yourself ice cream
  • Make your dessert!
  • Be sure to get the meatballs. They are out of this world!
  • pretty damn good pizza. Get something with prosciutto on it.
  • There may be no urinals, but don't be afraid; you really are in the men's room.
  • The apps are pretty generous in terms of portion size. Enjoy while you take in the creepy Pinocchio mural upstairs.
  • Come for cocktails and dessert (choose the upstairs bar). If you come for dinner, which is good, get the arancini and a pizza to share
  • Save some space for their soft serve!
  • The pizzas are named after SF neighborhoods, like the Castro, with sopressata, sausage, tomato basil sauce, and mozzarella. The classic margherita is also worth ordering.