SF: Pirro’s Pizza

Pirro’s was an unexpected pizza revelation. Some friends and I got together for dinner tonight, ambling over to Pirro’s.

Walking inside, the lighting is warm, giving it a friendly ambience. A family-run business, this is definitely a great place for a guys’ night out or family meal after a soccer game.

We started with the garlic bread and cheesy garlic bread- both buttery well seasoned loaves with crunch. This was followed by a platter of buffalo wings, slathered in a sauce with a good bite. And then there was pizza… We tried the vegetarian, the Greek, sausage / mushroom / onion and then came the Pirro’s Special.

Okay the Pirro’s Special was amazing, plain and simple. I think it was the combination of salty meats (ham, salami, sausage, pepperoni) with the tang of the tomato sauce, mushrooms, bell peppers, onions and a crisp crust. Yum. This would be great with a dark ale.

I feel like I have just found the ultimate comfort food and it’s great to know it’s so close over in the Sunset.

*BONUS: For you San Franciscan readers, the first 2 people to comment will get treated to a dinner at Pirro’s gratis (that means “free” in Spanish… 🙂 )


  1. In the spirit of fun, I will extend the Pirro’s evening festivities to 2 more commenters (in SF, sorry Sandra :)…

  2. did you say a family place?? We are always looking for those type restaurants now! Did I make the top four?

  3. so, how about instead of that coffee suggested nigh over a year ago, we do pizza? eh?
    that’s right. i do still have a computer. 😉 Call me next time you’re back for a bit. Regardless. And may all your travels be so comforting!

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