About Zero Zero
San Francisco, CA 94107
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.
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
This was our first time going to Zero Zero and the food was outstanding. My daughter, who lives in the city, jumped for joy when I informed her that I booked a reservation there. Little did we know that we too will make this restaurant one of our go-to favorites. The pizzas were outstanding! Most of the cheese are made on the premises and so quality tasting. The soft serve ice cream with olive oil & salt was fabulous.
Fried french toast was amazing! As someone who is vegetarian I'm usually relegated to a sloppy piece of bread that it is either overcooked toast or egg soup mush loaf. The texture of this french toast was perfect and the bourbon flavor was amazing. The potatoes were equally delicious. I wish the waitress would have told us that the pastrami hash (light on the pastrami) was also just a bowl of the same potatoes so we wouldn't have ordered two, but that meant more potatoes for me so can't be too mad. The service also got a little sparse once the crowd picked up. They appeared to only have one waitress working but other than that the everything was fantastic.
The food was quite good. Salad creative and yummy. I had crab pasta good flavor but very little crab. Two of my companions had a different pasta dish with pork that was very flavorful. The pizza looked like a typical Margarita could have benefited from smaller dabs of cheese more even space on the pie.
Dessert menu was intriguing but we were full so we passed.
Service was casual and not particularly attentive.
Took business team to Zero-Zero for restaurant week sampling, as we were considering Zero Zero for a department event in the future. We were highly disappointed:
Service was exceedingly slow. Our lunch for fix took nearly two hours.
The SF-restaurant week menu was paltry compared to other restaurants. Usually, these are the 'best of' menu items to garner new, loyal customers. No vegetarian entree option on the event menu, either.
Every dish that everyone was served was REALLY salty. Salad? Salty. Pizza? Salty? Ice cream? yes, SALTY.
The dessert selection was vanilla soft-serve, drenched with olive oil and kosher salt. No one finished their dessert, as it tasted disgusting after the first few bites.
I have already been made fun of for suggesting this restaurant, which really stings, as previous visits to Zero-Zero didn't have this issue. Now, we have to schedule our department event elsewhere.
This was my first time attending SF Restaurant week. I was seated timely but my girlfriend had to search the floor(s) for me as the host disappeared after seating another guest. All in all, the food was okay. The Twain's Twist was wonderful -- a non alcoholic drink and the Taleggio stuffed arancini was really delicious even though it wasn't a part of the restaurant week lunch menu. I have to admit the Townsend pizza which had prosciutto cotton, potatoes, garlic, rosemary, mozzarella and grana padano was bland. I would have preferred to have tomato sauce on my pizza for a little bit of flavor. The Casareccia pasta dish, which had prosciutto, grana padano, straus butter and arugula was very small but it was definitely tastier than the pizza. The soft serve vanilla ice cream was nice but I think I would have preferred not to have olive oil drizzled on it.... it didn't add to the flavor to the ice cream so it was more of a nuisance. I'm happy to have tried this restaurant -- it has good comfort food. I may come back but this time try the pizza(s) with tomato sauce.
Not as good as it was pre-2015. Not sure what happened to the original chef, but they changed the menu and removed a lot of our favorite items. This was the fourth or fifth time we've tried to give it another chance since the change, but likely our last. Such a shame as it used to be one of our favorite, go-to restaurants in the city.
Food and music were great. Service was a bit slow, and I hate when waiters blame slow service on the fact that restaurant is busy. Restaurants are supposed to be busy, they know how many seats they have and the number of reservations they have. Busy should be the goal, not the excuse. It also gets extremely loud. Although food was good, would only go back for drinks, before having dinner at another restaurant. Would drop by to buy their frozen pizza, though.
As always, it was a perfect meal at 00. they have a seasonal pizza with Blue Bottle braised pork that was to die for, and for every one of those pizzas they sell, they are donating $5 to families of the victims of the Oakland fire! I love that this restaurant tries to give back to it's surrounding community whenever it can. We finished off with the vanilla soft serve with the calabrian chili caramel and olive oil and sea salt...it was delicious!
I read great reviews on Zero Zero and this was not my first time either but I thought I would give it another try.
First of all our table wasn't ready until 15 minutes after my reservation time which was not quite impressing given it was a Sunday night.
I ordered the Trout salad based on our waitress recommendation. It was way tooooo fishy ( smell) I was not impressed. I had Pizza here before, nothing very special.
We were very excited to try this place. Unfortunately, the pizza did not meet my expectations of Naples style or gourmet pizza. Crust (which really makes or breaks a pizza) was really so-so, missing the "bite" of a great thin crust pizza. Also, the decor is a little dark and dreary. I think this could be good for a group before a game, where gourmet food is not the main objective rather lots of space and close to the ballpark.
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