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Like the next-door mother ship Delfina, this upscale hole-in-the-wall spinoff in the Mission maximizes the flavor of top-quality local ingredients through simple combinations and straightforward preparations. Crispy, thin-crust, 12-inch pies (sorry, no slices) at Pizzeria Delfina come with classic toppings - pepperoni with fresh-stretched-daily mozzarella, housemade fennel sausage with onions and peppers - plus creative daily specials such as the Amatriciana (guanciale, caramelized onions, and pecorino cheese). If you're not in the mood for pizza, you could make a great meal of appetizers such as tuna conserva with white kidney beans. Save room for dessert: To beat these crisp, delicate cannoli, you'd need a ticket to Sicily.

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Price: $$,$$$
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa

Parking: Lot Available, Street

Reservations: Not Accepted

Attire: casual

Extra Info: $8 lot at Valencia & 18th streets. Muni: 33.


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