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Greg Robinson

Member since January 23, 2008

San Francisco, CA

Greg Robinson has rated 161 pizzas:

  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
Apparently the deep dish variety is good here - I can only speak for the thin crust, which was as good as what you might find in the convenience store next door. The thin crust is a joke - don't believe the hype.
Nizario's Pizza (24 Jan)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
A slightly above average SF pizza place. This place does have decent sauce and cornmeal crust, which gives it individuality, but still too doughy. Bottom line, I'd get it again, if convenient.
Pauline's Pizza (24 Jan)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Gourmet pizza. To the point of white tablecloth. Fresh ingredients, pricey. For pizza that you eat with a fork and knife, this place is worth it.
Stella Doro (24 Jan)
  • Currently 2.0/5 Stars.
This place has all the markings of being below average - the interior alone gives you no confidence that they're even trying. Still, if you live within a 4 block radius of here, it might be worth it - the slices are so huge they cut them in half. I've eaten there many many times, but then again I've always lived within that radius.
Bus Stop Pizza (24 Jan)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
Chalk up yet one more very average SF pizza spot. They try to do the NY style thin - but it's just too thick and cheesy. Hovering on the 2.5 border, only worth it if you're nearby.
Cybelle's (24 Jan)
  • Currently 2.0/5 Stars.
Extremely average pizza, at best. Doughy. Still, I have been there more than once (due to close proximity to Amber and Lucky 13) and will again.
Dino's Pizza (24 Jan)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
This place is good. I don't get what the hype is all about, other than the restaurant itself. The crust can be hard, and I'm not completely feeling the cheese/sauce combination. Above average but not the best.
Extreme Pizza (23 Jan)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
A solid pie. Many intense combinations of toppings, which can become a little overbearing. Stick with plain cheese or up to two toppings on this one and you're all set. A solid delivery choice, they also offer a bunch of good salads.
Goat Hill Pizza (23 Jan)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
An interesting take on SF style pizza - not too thick, not too thin. Great sauce. Distinctive crust - sourdough bread with cornmeal on the bottom give it a great texture. Good stuff!
Arinell Pizza (23 Jan)
  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.
Simply put, the best thin crust, NY style pizza in SF. A pure slice shop, with just a few stools in the store, and no delivery. It's not cheap ($20 for a large cheese!) but so worth it. The one place in SF that actually understands what makes a NY style slice.