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About Zero Zero
Zero Zero opened in 2010 inspired by Chef Bruce Hill’s dedication to farm driven ingredients, combined with his love for wood-fired pizzas that have been nicknamed “Calipolitan”. Michael Bauer of the San Francisco Chronicle named us the French Laundry of upscale pizza, and the readers of 7x7 Magazine voted us “Best Pizza in San Francisco”. In addition to pizza, our menu showcases housemade pastas, a variety of market-fresh appetizers, and artisan soft serve. We also have two big time bars with a selection of seasonal house cocktails, beers, and 12 wines on tap.
San Francisco, CA 94107
Hours of Operation:
11:30am-10pm Everyday (‘til 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays)
Kitchen is closed Monday-Friday from 2:30pm-4pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Please contact us directly for more details.
Private Party Contact:
Karen Gerasomovich: (415) 348-8800
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Zero Zero Ratings and Reviews
Slow start. Understaffed at lunch in the upstairs dining room as servers had to double as bartenders for their own tables. Nonetheless they pulled it off and did a great job. Nonalcoholic cocktails were great, Arancini and pizza well done. Overall very enjoyable and good value.
The only reason we went to Zero Zero was because we wanted to be in that part of town afterwards.I had read about it as a good place for pizza, and indeed the pizza was good. It was very quiet becz we were there for a late lunch and the place was empty. I would recommend it for pizza and if or are in that neighbood.
The people who worked there were very pleasant and they kindly allowed us to leave a suitcase there while we walked to a sports bar to watch the end of the Warriors game after our meal. The food selection was limited. The pizza was a little burnt in places, had to much flavorless cheese on it so it made it kind of tasteless. The Bloody Mary was the best part of the lunch. Chock full of horseradish it was right up my alley. Only one of us ordered something other than pizza and it was a hash dish. It was full of potatos....to many for my taste...an egg on top and some kind of meat (perhaps ham) sliced thinly in it. I had a taste, and while it was flavorful, the potatoes were too big for me to be called a hash. We asked for both hot sauce and ranch dressing. They had neither. I guess they either feel that is an insult to the cook or they just don't want to carry it but in today's day and age, one would think that hot sauce should be a staple.
We were having mother's day brunch and Brandon gave excellent service! he was pleasant and attentive (refilling waters & iced-tea without us having to ask). He went above and beyond when my mother's pizza was delivered with olives when she requested without. He got her a replacement quickly and then at the end of the meal apologized again and said the pizza was taken off the bill for the mistake. Zero Zero is a favorite neighborhood restaurant as I live in SOMA and I hope to have Brandon as my server again in the future!
The food is always good at Zero Zero. Great salads and pizzas, and sinful build-your-own desserts. This time, our server was pretty unenthusiastic. We were there on a Sunday afternoon, and the place was very quiet--maybe she just wasn't interested in being there (?).
Food was amazing, as usual; arancini super crispy and the black garlic sauce was delicious! Entrees and salads are huge and extremely yummy; nobody makes fried chicken like Zero Zero! The ricotta doughnuts are light and just sweet enough, even if you don't go crazy on dipping sauces like we did (hot fudge, straweberries in vanilla sauce, caramel sauce!). Service was lackluster; had to ask for more water, got the check before we ordered dessert; typically service is really good so it could have been an off day. We drive 40 miles each way to go to Zero Zero and always feel like it was worth it!
We were seated promptly on the upper level with a nice table next to the window. Our server was personable and efficient. We started withe. Caesar salad and a bowl of their creamy asparagus soup. The soup was one of the best I have ever had. We shared the night's special pizza - three kinds of cheese, tomatoes, garlic cloves, and roasted kernels of corn. It was delicious.
This is a great pizza place. You have to like thin crust pizza. We had the hamachi tartar appetizer which was absolutely delish. I loved the fennel salad and the meatball appetizer came with a white and red sauce which was wonderful. Fun environment and really nice bar to have a drink in. The table service was a little lacking as we were not asked if we wanted a 2nd drink but otherwise our server was very nice and offered good advice on the menu.
I've been here for dinner twice. The food was excellent, especially the short ribs pasta and avocado toast. The service was really good, as well.
I came here on a Sunday for a birthday celebration, just four of us. The service was terrible even though there were many empty tables. There was no pasta on the menu either. I should have realized that a Sunday menu would be different. We were hard pressed to find something to order. We ended up with a couple of pizzas and Caesar salad. Just okay. I'll try again but not on a Sunday.
Nice SOMA-located restaurant with excellent Italian dishes. Quickly seated (we had reservations) and overall service was friendly and efficient. Pasta with lemon crème sauce and a pizza were both very tasty and served hot and timely. Wine list is small but satisfactory. Chocolate Budino dessert was beyond excellent - just plain delicious! Ambiance is nice but tables are close together and a quiet, private dinner conversation is not likely here. Overall, a very good experience and a good value for the quality of food and service.
Came 15 minutes early before a reservation on a Monday and hostess said that there are no free tables that she could seat us at before our reservation. The majority of downstairs was completely empty and we sat at one of the many free bar tables. Many tables were not seated for at least an hour into our time there. The pizza was only ok - good tasting crust but for a thin crust pizza place the crust was soggy and the toppings came off when trying to take a piece off the plate.
When I had friends visiting from the UK and we had one opportunity for dinner together I immediately wanted to take them to Zero Zero. Fabulous drinks, a wonderful seasonally rotating pizza menu, delicious vegetable appetizers, and a dessert menu with just enough quirky options to satisfy everybody. We requested a quiet table and I think we got one as quiet as it gets--unfortunately nowhere in this restaurant is especially quiet! But the service, food, drink, and ambience are all so attractive that we just dealt with it.
The food was a severe disappointment. We've eaten there before and enjoyed it but either Friday was chef's night off or things have gone sadly down hill. The food was heavy, over salted (and I love salt!) and just unspecial. I wished I'd just stayed home and cooked myself.
The italian style pizza was good but not so thin and crusty as a European would have expected. Got a bigger table by asking which was nice. I think they should let you know if the pizza you choose does not have tomate sauce but ia one of those white pizzas (just cheese).
Good ambiance but poor service + less than average food = not worth it
Spaghetti was not better than jarred sauce and boxed noodles at home.
Waiter did not tell us specials, did not check on us to see if we wanted another drink, did not give us our check at the end, etc ... just very sub-par
Let's start with service. The bartender was extremely rude and unpleasant. My friend needed a piece of bread just to get something in his stomach from having taking medication, and the bartender was like "you have to order biscuits." The food was OK, but WAY overpriced. it was like $18 for a brunch entree, for something that should have been $12. Unsurprisingly, this place was empty for brunch, and given these issues I'm not going to be back.
After a fantastic first experience I was sadly disappointed with the service the second time. The food was still fun, flavorful and festive but the service left a bad taste in my mouth. There was nothing overtly awful about our server, we just didn't seem to be on the same page at the same time. We weren't hurried as it was a Tuesday pm and not a full restaurant. But our server seemed rushed. Later she nicely asked us to move for our dessert to a tall table to accomodate a larger party. We did so gracefully, yet were somewhat chagrined when she quickly brought our bill after delivering the desserts. And we had not asked for Arbelo, wanted another round of drinks, never received our to go box and had to ask for a new bill after our next round of cocktails. It was odd as the restaurant was mostly empty at this point other than the one other large party and our server seem to have very little on her plate. Just a disappointing a way to end the day
I have been here many times before and the pizza used to be so much better. The crust was airy, crispy, had just the right amount of chew, and a pleasant sourdough'iness that made it oh so fitting of this city. This time around it was just flat, had a chew reminiscent of gummie bears, and an almost acrid saltiness to every bite. We had the standard margherita, and Geary (clam pie). The toppings on both were on point, but man, I can't get past that crust *sad face*.
Food used to be very good there. I have not been back for 3 years. That's why I took my friend there but food was bad this time. Everything was salty especially the broccoli was very salty! The dessert was the best and it's very good. Waitress was not professional - charged us something we didn't order, spilled the food on my friend's sleeve, forgot to bring us coffee we ordered, didn't know what beer was out (my friend had to read the menu 3 times to order the beer and he ended up taking water only because they're all out).
Wont go back..sorry...feel very disappointed because I used love this place. Always took my out-of-town friends there. No more....not worth with the horrible parking.
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