17 Pizza Spots in San Francisco for a Legit Slice
We first fell in love with Del Popolo’s 20-foot, glass-enclosed shipping container truck that houses a wood-fired oven. And though that love will never fade, we’re pretty elated that we can also get the beloved Neapolitan-inspired pizza at the brick and mortar location without going on a treasure hunt to find the truck. The wood-fired oven still takes center stage, and the pies—with their blistered crusts and creative toppings—might even be better than the originals. Our favorites? We'd have to say the anchovy, margherita, and the salami piccante. A few good things that came out of the disaster that was the last year+ is that Del Popolo now accepts reservations, opened an outdoor patio that allows well-behaved dogs, and is now available for takeout and delivery anywhere in the United States (frozen, but still!).
How to enjoy: Make a reservation online; order takeout; or shop frozen pizzas (locally and via delivery).