Tony Gemingnani, not content with a veritable museum of pizza styles at Tony's Pizza Napoletana, has gone and opened a coal-fired-oven pizzeria next door at Tony's Coal-Fired Pizza and Slice House.
After previews and a soft-opening period last week, the pizzeria is now open to the public.
The slice ($3.50) lived up to its titular mission of being "New York style" with a thin, slightly crispy crust, barely sweet tomato sauce, and just the right amount of mozzarella ― Arinell finally has a worthy competitor in the slice arena.
It's getting mostly good reviews on Yelp so far. Any Slice'rs out there with first-hand intel?
Tony's Coal Fired Pizza and Slice House
1556 Stockton Street, San Francisco CA 94133 (at Union; map) 415-835-9888
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