The Pizza Shop

Slice of Life

Pizzas by the Pie or Slice, Now in the Mission

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You’re in a big meeting.

Everyone’s talking about revenue streams and quarterly growth potential and pointing at a pie chart and you’re staring at the pie chart and you’re nodding emphatically while staring at the pie chart that’s making you think deep thoughts about, yeah, slices of pizza.

You can probably make some relevant things happen at The Pizza Shop, a New York–style slice house churning out 18-inch pies on the regular, now soft-open in the 24th Street corridor.

It’s a small spot, but brighter since its Mike’s Deli days—you’ll find four tables, one standing counter and about a dozen pies under glass. If you’re just here for a slice, tell ’em which one you want, and into the stone deck oven it goes for warmth. While you wait, ponder the deer mural. It’s kind of a masterpiece, as far as pizza-place deer murals go.

You can also create your own whole pie from whatever they’ve got lying around, or make it easy and go with the Meat-O (pepperoni, sausage, meatball) or the White Spinach (with mozzarella, ricotta, garlic and parmesan).

The spinach is green.


The Pizza Shop
3104 24th St
(at Folsom)
San Francisco, CA, 94110


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