Member since July 26, 2012
arosesf has rated 4 pizzas:
Farm to table pizza and craft beer while sitting outside enjoying the warm San Diego weather? What more could a girl ask for! This place is great. A little off the beaten path but definitely worth the trip. They grow their own tomatoes and basil and make their own fresh mozzarella in house, everything was delicious. The thin crust pizza was cooked to perfection! Can't wait to go back the next time I am in San Diego!
A friend recommended Bottega Louie for great cocktails and pasta but to my surprise the pizza was excellent. Their thin crust wood fire pizza was cooked to perfection and the crust had great flavor. Atmosphere is very trendy and the restaurant was fairly loud but the pizza was great as well as the service.
I am not a big fan of focaccia style or deep dish pizza but I forgot how good a slice of Golden Boy Pizza is after night out in North Beach with the girls. Lines can get long but worth the wait.
After hearing so many rave reviews about the pizza, we finally ventured to 11th and Howard to see the what all the hype was about. I walked into this restaurant wanting to love the pizza.
The restaurant space was very unique - it had a bare bones, minimalist feel that was centered around pizza making and a gorgeous wood fire oven. The menu is short and sweet, which I loved, there were only 5 or 6 pizza options available, one pizza size -12-inches only, served whole (not sliced), no substitutions or alterations allowed. We decided to go for the traditional Margherita Pizza, seeing as this place prides its self on offering best Neapolitan-style pizzas outside of Italy. The ingredients seemed to be extremely fresh and the service was great but overall I have to say I was a little disappointed. The pizza crust was a bit doughy and the pizza lacked the flavor that you would expect from an authentic Neapolitan-style pizza.