Member since January 23, 2008
Dan has rated 19 pizzas:
My new favorite in the East Bay. Wonderful thin crust on this East Coast style pizza. Great sauce/cheese blend.
Best pizza on Oahu? I wouldn't know, because it's the only pizza place there I've eaten at. However, it was good enough that I'll probably not try any others. Quality east-coast style, thin crust slices with tasty sauce and the right amount of cheese. Slices are double wide and cut down the middle, so essentially when you order one slice, you get two.
It's a wine pizza, as opposed to a beer pizza. There are so may gourmet places in San Francisco these days, making really tasty little pizza pies. This is one of the best of them. I actually haven't eaten here in over a year, but I definitely remember liking it quite a bit.
This is a nice restaurant that features wood fired pizzas. I ordered the margherita. It came on a delicious thin yet doughy crust and had a nice balance of cheese, sauce and basil. Good stuff.
This place was rated one of the 100 best restaurants in the Bay Area by the SF Chronicle so, you know. There's that. The pizzas are just one aspect of their menu, but they are really good. Thin, tasty, the perfect blend of ingredients. I had the anchovy pizza, and I would totally order it again. I wish I was eating one right now.
I am updating this review and upgrading this slice. Had it again last night and was really impressed with the pie and with the salad and beer I had with it. Great thin crust with a nice blend of not too much cheese and sauce. The thinly sliced toppings added to the pie without overwhelming it. Good stuff.
This is the neighborhood pizza place that I wish I had. Wonderful thin crust pizza with just enough cheese and a great sauce. The proportion of cheese to sauce is perfect.
I went here for a work lunch based on the other reviews here on SliceFinder. I was not disappointed. Simple, thin crust pizza with just the right blend of sauce and cheese. It was a white table cloth type of establishment, but still had a low key vibe. Paired with a glass of wine, this was the perfect business lunch break. My associate and I were very impressed.
Zachary's deep dish is an east bay classic. I can't tell you if it is authentic Chicago style or not, but I can tell you that it is good. The deep dish features fresh tomatoes piled high on top of layers of cheese and toppings. Two slices will have you stuffed. I highly recommend the sausage and bell pepper pizza with a pint of beer. This place is always crowded, and there is usually a wait, but kick back with a pint of beer and the wait will be worth it.