The best pizza in the city, hands down. And I've eaten a lot of pizza. Lots of yummy ingredients to choose from, and service with a smile. The pizzas can be a bit on the pricey side, but no more so than any other quality pizza shop in the city.
i was a believer in North Beach Pizza in SF and San Mateo, but after trying and visiting Goat Hill several times I am a GH Fan. just the right amount of ingredients.
great pizza, reasonable prices, the staff is a little above average in service.
i believe on tuesday they have all you can eat pizza and $1 beer. you may need to call to confirm though.
Yeah, New YOrk Gets the rave reviews for pizza and I usually agree until I tried Goat Hill's. It's perfect for me - the crust is crispy and not bready plus the sauce and toppings are great.
I love this place.
The pizza is my favorite in SF. It really is very delicious pizza and everybody I know who has eaten there LOVES it. Sourdough crust is fantastic and nobody else has one this good. Sauce, cheese and toppings are very high quality too. All you can eat night is cool if you don't mind waiting 45-60 minutes for a table.
Don't get me wrong, the pizza isn't bad, but this place isn't even on my top 5 for the Bay Area. Go Check out Cheeseboard or Zachary's in berkeley instead or Amazon in Oakland. SF is a great food town but they've always lacked when it came to good old pizza.
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