San Francisco, California
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Jeff Krupman, aka the PizzaHacker, famous for making pizzas in a souped-up Weber grill and selling them on the street until the Man chased him down, has opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant on the fringes of Bernal Heights. We’re pleased to report that his venture, PizzaHacker, lives up to its name. The space has a distinctly ad hoc air, with orange biergarten tables and a menu written in chalk. The pizza crust, too, departs from the expected: Is that salt we taste? Yes, smoked salt, in fact. With the addition of heirloom tomatoes, house-pulled mozzarella, and fresh basil, the Top-Shelf Margherita easily holds its own against any pie in the city. And recently, nettles were found sharing a pizza with housemade lamb sausage and a strong chile kick. The heat goes on, one way or the other.

Last Reviewed
958 2015

Address

3299 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA

Contact

415/874-5585

PizzaHacker

San Francisco, California
$

Jeff Krupman, aka the PizzaHacker, famous for making pizzas in a souped-up Weber grill and selling them on the street until the Man chased him down, has opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant on the fringes of Bernal Heights. We’re pleased to report that his venture, PizzaHacker, lives up to its name. The space has a distinctly ad hoc air, with orange biergarten tables and a menu written in chalk. The pizza crust, too, departs from the expected: Is that salt we taste? Yes, smoked salt, in fact. With the addition of heirloom tomatoes, house-pulled mozzarella, and fresh basil, the Top-Shelf Margherita easily holds its own against any pie in the city. And recently, nettles were found sharing a pizza with housemade lamb sausage and a strong chile kick. The heat goes on, one way or the other.

Last Reviewed
August 2015

Address

3299 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA

Contact

415/874-5585