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Joe Magnetti

Member since August 10, 2008

San Francisco , CA


Joe Magnetti has rated 26 pizzas:

Eagle Pizzeria (16 Jul)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
ehh, the pizza was good, but not great. I did like that they have pitchers! There is a decent selection of beers on tap and the surroundings are great. Sports fans welcome - signed jerseys from some of the best in the game. I would come back, but I might try one of the sandwiches and also get a pitcher or 2 of the beeers
Seniore's Pizza (16 Jul)
  • Currently 1.0/5 Stars.
Not sure why on this earth they would have the name Pizza associated with Seniore's, because it should never be. The pizza was horrible, the place stank like mildew and there was barely any cheese on my pieces! I will never come back here. Very surprised they are still in business, they must have really cheap rent. Thanks for Nothing Seniore's!
Pizzetta 211 (16 Jul)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
This place is really small, only about 4 tables, so expect a wait. It is worth the wait though. Thin crust pizza that will put a smile on your face and keep you wanting more. Margarita pizza is what I got and once done, I could have gotten more. Service was cool - waitress was pretty good looking :)
Fly (27 Jan)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
I normally wouldn't review a bar tat serves "snacks", but I thought if this website has it as an option, then why not review it. The pizzas are just ok. You come here for the beers. All the pizzas are served for an individual and you will need at least 2 to feel like you got any substance, but if you're here and hungry, why not. Cheap and does the trick.
South Beach Cafe (27 Jan)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Good Italian style pizza. Great place for a group of friends and to grab something during lunch. I've tried a number of their pizzas and they are all good. Thin crust and they have some decent selections and not-ordinary pizzas choices.
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
Decent thin crust pizza. I wasn't overwhelmed by the taste though. This place if famous for their calzones that you can make yourself. That being said, if you come here - great the calzone.
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
I don't get why NB Pizza has a good reputation. Granted, when you walk by it smells incredible, but when you taste the pizza you wonder if the great smell is coming from a neighboring restaurant. The sausage topping always tastes undercooked and the sauce isn't all that. Not a big fan, but is decent if you've had a couple beers.
Fat Slice (22 Sep)
  • Currently 1.0/5 Stars.
Horrible, just horrible. Super doughy pizza, with crap sauce and cheese that tastes like it has been sitting around for days. I can't believe this place is still open, they must have super cheap rent cause I know they can't have regulars coming in for slop they call pizza. I had 3 bites and threw my slice out. I didn't even want to insult the drugged-out hippies begging for food and money outside with this crap they call "pizza".
Za Pizza (22 Sep)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
I've heard great things about Za, but I didn't think it lived up to the hype. They serve large, thin crust slices with corn meal on the bottom. The cheese is decent, but they have good sauce. This is a small space with only a couple choices for tap beer, none of which is great. You can sit at the counter or at a table inside or on the sidewalk. This is the only place that sells pizza in the immediate area, so if you are craving pizza in this neighborhood, this is your only choice - decent, not great.
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Awesome thick crust pizza. I love Little Star, but I hate the wait. There is always a line for Little Star, but with good reason. This pizza is a San Francisco staple. Located in Hayes Valley, this is a fun, hip restaurant filled with an affluent, young crowd. Great for a group of friends, but as mentioned, expect a wait.