Delicious thin crust pizza with extremely fresh ingredients and bold flavors. -Preeti Mistry, Top Chef
7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the pizza margherita is delicious. Yum!
Craig Stoll cooks Italian food here through the lens of the Bay Area: hyperseasonal, locally sourced, and as primally satisfying as the home cooking of a Tuscan nonna. The panna cotta is legendary.
Not a ton of seating, but worth the wait! I love the Salsiccia.
This pizza is a hot item. Now is not the time to share. #DontBlowIt
Fantastic Italian menu and delicious fresh pizzas. Although Delfina is usually crowded and hard to get in, the pizzeria next door that is smaller and open for lunch tends to have more openings.
Try the Pizza Margherita
Try the Pizza Margherita
Ask for the Purgatorio.
Go to Pizzeria Delfina, order a bottle of Nerello and people-watch as you wait for you table. If it's on the menu, get the Grecia (special) pie or anything with meatballs.
Go to Pizzeria Delfina and pick up a sausage pizza for a stay at home date.
Try La Sibilla’s piedirosso (medium-bodied red wine). Indigenous to Campania, this rare grape offers balanced fruit-earth flavors & decadent aromas; good complexity results from old vines.
ate some really good thin-crust pizza (bonus: 2 blocks from my house).
One of the only top pizzerias in the city that does to-go orders. Take advantage, never wait in line for a table. The fried stuff here tends to be gross, stick with the salads, antipasti, and pizzas.
Try ordering off-menu: the Purgatorio (spicy tomato sauce and pecorino with two farm eggs cracked on top) is always available.
There are some places in life where less is more, and I feel that way about Pizzeria Delfina.
if you do not get the prosciutto pie --> do not pass go, do not collect $200.
Get here early for dinner (before 7) or come at lunch if you want to snag a table for these delectable thin crust pizzas. The Napoletana is fantastic. Or call in an order to go & eat at Dolores Park.
Best pizza in San Francisco. Thin crust, fresh ingredients, superb mozzarella. The margherita is a sure bet, but the toppings and special pizzas are also delicious. You will want to come back!
Best margherita pizza I've had. SO GOOD.
Best pizza in the city. If you don't agree, go to your favorite spot and leave more room for me.
You can't go wring but I especially like the tricolour salad, cauliflower, and pizza with sausage.
Best pizza in SF. The margherita is delicious. The fresh stretched mozzarella is also quite tasty.
Their pizzas are delicious. But don't miss out on the tricolore salad and cauliflower!
The IT place in the Mission. Good pizza, albeit expensive.
A great excuse to drink wine on the street while you wait for a table
SF Weekly's Best Of 2011 - Reader's Poll - BEST ITALIAN RESTAURANT
Try the Prosciutto Pie - Awesome pizza! Great combination, fresh ingredients, wonderful olive oil. Nommed!
Try the Napoletana Pizza
Mozzarella in Carozza OMFG [fried cheese on a stick]
Margherita pizza was delicious although the neopolitan probably wasn't my favorite. Lots of people were ordering to go. Delicious though!
Noisy! Noisy! Bad acoustics! But get the Napolitano with the anchovies, capers, black olives. Incredible and only $13.
Get the calamari with navy beans. mmm, so good.
have the house spaghetti. such a simple and amazing dish
Does it look busy? Sit at the bar for a perfect pizza made before your eyes. Don't miss their special antipasti; they are ALWAYS excellent.
The magherita pizza is authentic.
excellent pizza. probably the best i've tasted.
The carbonara pizza was different and delicious. Highly recommended!
Try the olives! They were extremely tasty and went well with the Prosciutto Pie pizza.
The calzone w/escarole, king trumpet mushrooms, pine nuts & mozzarella was HEAVEN. - Reeeeeedikulous cannoli too! ^_^
Sometimes they play trap music... All night ... Go figure.