Credit cards are topped with a series of numbers. If a hacker gets his hands on yours, that’s bad.
Pizzas are topped with a series of... toppings. If a hacker gets his hands on yours, that’s good.
And if a PizzaHacker finally gets an old bank building to call his own...
That’s PizzaHacker, an actual brick-and-mortar pizza spot from the famous roving pie master,
opening tomorrow in the old bank building on Mission.
Behold the immobile majesty—it’s got a touch of grand-old-bank feeling, with the history and marble
wainscoting. Even though it looks sort of like a German beer garden, with a chalkboard wall, communal
tables and strung-up filament bulbs. And it serves pizza. From a Swedish oven. None of this makes sense,
really, if you think about it too hard. So don’t.
Just find your friends, find your table, find your pitchers and find your pizza. You’ll have about
five options that hit 1,000 degrees in that oven, including mainstays (the Rocket Man is
mozzarella, garlic, arugula and farm egg) and rotating specials like a Fall Pie, with brussels
sprouts and pancetta.
Nobody tell them it’s winter.