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Five Easy Pizzas
Rebecca Flint Marx | Photo: Joesy Baker | April 4, 2014
A new crop of pizzerias is slinging slices all over town.
After earning a cult following for his popup pies, Jeff Krupman went brick-and-mortar in Bernal Heights in February.
3299 Mission St. (at 29th St.), 415-874-5585
Long Bridge Pizza Company
This new Dogpatch joint serves thin-crust pies that fall somewhere between New York and Neapolitan.
2347 3rd St. (near 20th St.), 415-829-8999
Located in the Mission, this Neapolitan-style pizzeria features backyard barbecue and a bocce court.
3331 24th St. (near Osage St.), 415-800-8266
The Pizza Shop
Big, floppy New York–style slices are the centerpiece of this Mission shop, which opened in February.
3104 24th St. (near Folsom St.), 415-824-1840
In early March, Josey Baker kicked off Monday Night Pizza at the Mill, serving slices and whole pies.
736 Divisadero St. (near Fulton St.), 415-345-1953
Originally published in the April Issue of San Francisco.