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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Pizzetta 211


I recently enjoyed a great girls get together at Pizzetta 211 in San Francisco's Richmond District (23rd between Calif. and Clement). Certainly, the tiniest restaurant I've been in lately! There's four maybe five small tables, and the feeling was, well, crowded. I started with a delicious golden beet salad with beet greens and toasts with olive tapenade and goat cheese. Really delicious.

The amazing thing about the pizzetta is the wafer thin, crispy crust. It's so light and delicious, you can go ahead and eat the whole pizza. My pizza below had rosemary, pine nuts and a cheese whose name I forget. The rosemary was a little bitter, but it was still good.





One friend had the brussels pizza with onions and a little meyer lemon. My first pizza with brussels and it was really awesome.



Another friend had simply the crust, tomato sauce and arugula (no cheese). I thought she was crazy until I tried it. The tomato sauce was incredibly fresh and delicious. I'd say it was definitely worth the wait.

3 Comments:

Blogger Amy Sherman said...

Been wanting to try that place forever! Give me a call next time you're in the City.

3:37 AM  
Anonymous Jamie Walker said...

After reading your blog, I know I have to try that place - brussel sprouts on pizza - who knew?! Yum!

1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you hear anything about the place changing owners?

6:17 PM  

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