San Francisco, CA 94123
- Daily 11:30am-1am
- MasterCard, Visa
- Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
- No Parking
SF Weekly's Description
The Marina branch of the Beretta-Starbelly chain specializes in Roman-style pies and craft beers. Looking like a junior high cafeteria designed by Dolce and Gabbana, the room is shiny, orange-accented, and filled with long wood tables and square, backless stools. There's an inverse relation between the size of the crowd and the quality of the pizzas, but when it's done right, a Delarosa pie comes out airy and smoke-tinged. A cicerone-curated list of draft beers and bottles ranges from kölsch to stout, with a marked preference for lesser-hopped, crisp varieties that pair well with food.
Tips from foursquare
Let's be honest; no one goes here for the food.
The pizzas, meatballs and sandwiches are all good. They have a nice bar too!
Mushroom pizza is awesome
Try the beet with truffle salad. Really yummy.
Their breakfast pizza is oozes richness - with cream, pancetta, provolone, mozzarella, two perfect eggs, and cracked black pepper.
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