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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.
Sat at the bar and had lunch at this chill spot in downtown Occidental. Tried three pizzas: pepperoni, BBQ chicken, and plain cheese. A little too doughy for my tastes, and the cheese separates too easily from the sauce and crust. The BBQ chicken had lots of flavor (mozzerella, bbq sauce, red onion & arugula) and was easily the best. Not great, but still, a solid pizza.
Starbelly (26 Jul)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Very fun newish restaurant on the edges of The Castro. Not just pizza, however it appears to be their specialty. Gourmet thin crust (surprise!), featuring an excellent margherita with fresh mozzarella and basil. Also tried the bacon with jalapeno - very good as well. You'll probably have to wait for a table, but it's well worth it!
Solbar (26 Apr)
  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.
Normally I wouldn't review a place this far removed from a "pizza restaurant", but after trying I felt I must. Topped with short-ribs, sharp cheddar, charred onions and cilantro. Never had a pizza with ribs - amazing! Very rich and full of flavor. The crust was thin and crispy. This place is Michelin rated, so you should expect awesomeness, but typically high end non-pizza focused places try and fail. Not so here!
Tony's Pizza (24 Mar)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Tony's...this one is tough for me. Probably a classic case of too much hype to rise up to. Don't get me wrong, this place rocked, but I came in with expectations way over the top. Overall, this was a great authentic Italian pizza. The margherita was very flavorful with the freshest ingredients, yet dare I say, a little too soft/floppy for me. But I should mention, this pizza style falls into a category that doesn't quite suit my tastes - so I'll keep it light. Liked, didn't love. Judge this SF staple for yourself. Chances are you won't be disappointed.
Ragazza ( 4 Feb)
  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.
Excellent thin crust gourmet pizza. This fun little restaurant just recently opened, by the same owner as Gialina in SF. Had the Sweet Italian Sausage w/ tomato red onion & aged Italian provolone. Crust was perfectly crispy, with a good amount of tangy, spicy sauce. Perfect amount of cheese evenly covering the pie. Pretty large for a personal pizza as well. Definitely try this one out.
Zero Zero (10 Jan)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Yet another new gourmet authentic Italian style pizza restaurant in SF. But this one really stood out! Sometimes the crust at these places can be a little floppy for my tastes, but not here. Loved the semi-crispy crust and flavorful sauce. Very cool restaurant too, packed and a fun atmosphere.
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Excellent thin crust pizza at this cool neighborhood spot. Had the cheese and pepperoni, both very tasty. A bit on the greasy side, but I wasn't complaining. Great wings as well, will definitely go back.
Tahiti Nui (19 Oct)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Solid pizza at a fun tiki bar/restaurant in the north shore of Kauai. Had the BBQ chicken - very tasty, rich, and greasy (but not in a bad way). Only complaint was it was a bit heavy on the garlic for my tastes...but then again, you're in Kauai, so naturally everything tastes better. (Note, the pizza is actually made by TikiMan Pizza, attached to the restaurant but with no storefront).
Delarosa (28 Aug)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Tasty roman brick oven thin crust pizza. Had the fennel sausage pizza with tomato, onion, and scamorza. There was a nice spice to the sauce and the sausage was delicious. From the same owners as Beretta - which is apparent, the pizzas are very similar.
Flour & Water ( 5 Feb)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Really good authentic Neopolitan pizza. Had the margherita - thin and crispy. The pros: crispy crust that holds up when holding by the crust, and a very tasty sauce. The cons: didn't love the cheese, and the crust might have been a little burned. All in all this is a great spot for gourmet Neopolitan pizza. Check it out.