Member since March 14, 2008
biggaybolton has rated 9 pizzas:
Though slightly disenchanted by the knowledge that my hard earned dollars are funneled through Nizario's and straight into the outstretched arms of Hamas, I gotta hand it to em', they make a mighty fine pie. It's by far the most convenient and tastiest delivery in my neck of the woods.
the place is growing on me a bit, and as long as I don't have to fork over the bill for this slightly overrated and overpriced pie, why I'll just consume to my heart's content. After a less than pleasant dining experience last night at Round Table, Amici's has officially vaulted itself to the top of chain establishments. It's thin crust is a definite plus, but its greasier than Meadow Soprano's pubes!
This is a fine pizza to accompany a Saturday afternoon of drinking. I would recommend trying different drink and pizza combos. I personally had the vegetarian pizza with an Agricole Mule libation, but could have just as easily complemented my meal with the airmail or single village fix.
My only issue was they wouldn't serve me a bloody mary. Oh well.
My softball team is sponsored by this joint so to ensure that we continue to receive free pizzas on game day, I will keep this review positive. Lots of creative pies, but I've always been of the belief that chicken, corn, and fruit have no business going on a pizza. If you get too carried away with the toppings at this place, the pizza can get a little soggy. Keep it simple, a nice cheese, sausage, or shroom, couple beers, and you'll be sound as a pound.
One time my cousin ordered a large pizza, light on cheese. What we received was some dough with tomato sauce and paid $30 for it. Fine, I'll take the blame for it, don't mess with a good thing. The next time I go in, I order a regular cheese pizza, and if I weren't drunk to the point of sharting myself, I probably would have thrown it out. Its not cable car pizza abysmal, but its not good, not good at all.
Best in breed as far as the pizza chains. I'd even dare to rate it higher than Amici's. Maybe it's the nostalgia of my youth steppin into a Round Table establishment, thinking back on the days of playing Double Dragon in the faux arcade or shooting spit balls at little league teammates after an epic victory, but I'll always have a place in my heart, and my belly, for the delectable Round Table.
Greg Dodge is the unfortunate product of gullible, simple minded mid-westerners who fall hard for false advertisements. They make this pizza in Italy...hmm, sounds like a brilliant business plan. Let me guess, Trader Joe's contracts an Italian fleet of chefs to handmake pizza from fresh locally grown Italian ingredients. They then ship the end product a measly 7,000 miles to a grocery store near you, in the process charging $3.25 a pie, keeping cost conscious consumers top of mind. Yes, it must be authentic...but it is a damn good pie.
Listen up Schmendricks:
This is the best pizza Northern California has to offer. Delicious thin crust lovin makes me happy in my pants! I would eat this pizza off a hairy obese woman, its that good! All you degenerates who want to claim Zachary's, Little Star, and other mediocre establishments need to remember two things:
1) Don't do that
2) You just dropped $20 on a pie that tastes marginally better than its cardboard box.
Hands down the greatest abomination in the history of San Francisco's mediocre pizza industry. I took two bites and offered it to the homeless guy on the street. He looked at me in disgust and turned away. This pizza ain't even good enough for the pigeons. Also, beware of the meth heads pacing back and forth on Broadway. Take one look at this slop house, and keep walking to Golden Boy.