Tony's was recommended to us by friends who had eaten there while visiting SF. They weren't wrong. We went on a Friday late afternoon/early evening. it's a short walk from Fisherman's Wharf through the Italian neighborhood. We were fortunate that there was no wait and we were seated promptly inside- it was warm though and if we happen to go again, I would rather eat outside in the shade! The waitstaff were courteous to a fault. The waiter "heartily" agreed with our wine choice- it was just a bit over the top, but, hey we did make a good choice with the Tempranillo.
It's a pizzeria, so you order pizza, you have many selections and oven types/temps to choose from- who knew? And the appetizers!
We ordered a salad that was outstanding! Check out the photo!
We got the margarita pizza cooked in the wood oven at 900 degrees thank you very much. It was timed perfectly to come after we were done with the salad and was delicious. The fresh mozzarella and the basil were so fragrant. Needless to say- we would visit again!
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