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.
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
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Private Party Facilities:
Please contact us directly for more details.
Private Party Contact:
Karen Gerasomovich: 4153488800
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Zero Zero Ratings and Reviews
Delicious food and wonderful menu select ...
Delicious food and wonderful menu selections. I was a bit disappointed when my opentable reservation was not on the books at Zero Zero. It made the check in process a bit awkward, and overall, I thought the service was mediocre. I was willing to increase my rating because of the tasty food and superb selections of avocado bruschetta, crispy cauliflower, gnocchi, and olive oil-sea salt topped soft serve.
I adore this place! I've been coming her ...
I adore this place! I've been coming here for quite some time and it might just be my favorite pizza in the whole world (even more so than Europe!) it's so pretty inside, and great for date night with its selection of artisan cocktails. The post card at the end was a great addition, I sent it off to my friend in Europe who first took me here years ago!
Our first visit to Zero Zero about two y ...
Our first visit to Zero Zero about two years ago, the food was memorable and the service was outstanding. So we were looking forward to another visit during our time in San Francisco again this time, but were a little disappointed. The server just didn't seem to want to be there, and the food was just okay. Still better than many places in other cities, but not a standout for a place like San Fran. We might go back again, but would be more likely to try a new place next time instead
The pizza and appetizers are above average, but again just not as awesome as we remembered from last time. Worth a visit once, but without stellar expectations.
Overall the meal was solid, but nothing ...
Overall the meal was solid, but nothing crazy special. I think the highlight of the show was the avocado bruschetta as an appetizer. The cocktails were also very good, which is why I gave 4 stars instead of 3 for food.
I took my daughter here for our first lu ...
I took my daughter here for our first lunch together in SF and this was a good choice. The pizza was great and they offer gourmet build it yourself sundaes, which she loved. It's not a casual choice for kids, seemed more of a place for a nice lunch and drinks for adults, but we loved it.
Zero Zero really gets what "thin pizza c ...
Zero Zero really gets what "thin pizza crust" means! Good quality ingredients prepared well make for an enjoyable meal every time. I am not really a pizza lover at all - Zero Zero is one of the very few places I can enjoy a really well-made pizza for a meal!
Loved my recent meal at Zero Zero - I am ...
Loved my recent meal at Zero Zero - I am a succker for Italian cusine and this definitely didn't disappoint!
The fried cauliflower appetizer was delicious, salty and moreish with some nice acidity from the addition of tomatoes.
Main of gnocchi with pork ragu was also divine, and the generous portion sizing allowed it to be enjoyed the next day for lunch also.
Would recommend without hesitation based on the food, service and ambiance were not up to the lofty standards of the cuisine.
We had ordered 2 pizzas (in addition to ...
We had ordered 2 pizzas (in addition to 2 large salads) and ate a total of 1, maybe a little more, and asked to take the rest home. They were busy and service slowed and I noticed they hadn't brought us our pizza to take home. I said to my husband "don't forget to remind them to bring our leftover pizza". But, by the time they came back - a while - we forgot to ask them and walked out without it. We feel like they owe us a pizza. Also, our salads were unexpectedly huge - really enough for 2 - I felt like they should have told us they are meant to be shared. We finished them...but, a more reasonable price - a couple bucks less - and smaller size, is what we would have preferred.
The food and service were impeccable. We ...
The food and service were impeccable. We had a stone fruit salad, Fried Chicken Thighs and a Castro Pizza. The waiter did an outstanding job of pacing delivery of the dishes. Water glasses never needed filling, because they already were. We loved it.
Even though I don't live in SF proper I ...
Even though I don't live in SF proper I have now been to Zero Zero twice because of their spare ribs pasta dish, so good! I went with a group of friends and we ordered the punch bowl which was also creative and fun. Definitely a good restaurant in that neighborhood, albeit a little quiet on a Saturday night.
Love the food here, seems always to be s ...
Love the food here, seems always to be spot on. We ate family style sharing among the family. We had a great Classic Margherita pizza, gnocchi with pork ragu, stone fruit salad and the awesome meatballs. Everything was really outstanding, highly recommend this place.
Zero Zero is one of our go to spots in SF for a meal or light bites and drinks. We know we're always going to get excellent Italian food, and service. I'd go as far to say Zero Zero has some of the best Italian inspired food, in a casual but hip setting SOMA, just around the corner from Moscone Convention Center.
Not special anymore
A few years ago this was my favorite place for Neopolitan pizza, but the quality here has gone down and the options have gone up. It's clearly still popular and always packed, but there is pizza elsewhere. The crust, which used to be consistently blistered but chewy, was cracker like and overdone on this most recent visit. The sauce was also very heavily salted. The service has also declined in quality, which was confirmed on this visit. Our server was clearly overburdened and everything took way too long for two appetizers and a marinara pizza. I won't be back for a while.
I was in town for work, staying in the n ...
I was in town for work, staying in the neighborhood, dining alone.The wait staff treated me beautifully even tho I was a table for 1--always a litmus test. And the food was outstanding. Looking forward to returning next time I visit.
Be sure to order this new starter on the ...
Be sure to order this new starter on the menu- chopped peaches and apricots, thin slices of red onion, micro basil greens, homemade ricotta, and I believe a coriander vinegar dressing! Also the avocado bruschetta was amazing. Pizza was good also but these 2 things are the reason we will go back to Zero Zero next time in San Francisco. You need reservations, even for lunch! Take Uber as parking would be impossible! If you like desserts the almond cake was worth the splurge. Beautiful texture! Enjoy!
The decor is gorgeous! The food is delic ...
The decor is gorgeous! The food is delicious! The cocktails are amazing! I also like that there us a great energy to the place but it's not really loud inside. It is so wonderful to have a meal with friends and family and not have to shout to hear each other at the table.
We were early and they were friendly showing us to the upstairs bar. The bus boy went out of his way to grab us an extra stool. Then the bar tenders were really cool and made us a punch bowl even though the restaurant was packed, other restaurants would not make one in that situation. We ordered and the food came out timely and it was reasonably priced. We then asked our server about some other bars to hit up. He gave us some great choices. Overall great place to eat at.
Not the best brunch service
Chose this restaurant for brunch as I had been here for dinner and now was going to an event at Yerba Buena. Not recommended for brunch, and with the brunch service am now questioning whether I would return again. We were seated upstairs and maybe only 1/3 of the tables were occupied. We didn't see any waitstaff for at least 15 minutes. After ordering we didn't see our drinks, including glasses of water for at least that long also. Had to beg the person bussing the tables for water. Our female waitperson what NOT attentive, and the restaurant was definitely NOT busy for the below par service we received.
Fantastic meal after the SF MOMA preview
I have never had a bad meal at this restaurant. We started with the Arugula salad, which was dressed just the right amount. The Chicken thighs were absolutely stunning. Finally, the Pizza put us over the top. Amazing crust; my bride ate all hers, and she usually leaves the crust on the plate. We had no room for dessert. Our waitress was super! Attentive without being intrusive; friendly without being cloyingly so. All in all a great ending to a lovely day.
Don't reserve a table for 5:30
Avoid reserving a table for 5:30 because they will send you to the bar to wait 10-20min. As they explained it to me they do not seat tables right at 5:30. Had I known I would of reserved 5:15p so we could stay on time for the event we had planned at 7pm. Waitress seemed annoyed that we did not order drink from her since we had to sit at the bar so long so we already purchased them. Dinner took a long time so as soon as they gave us our dinner plates we had to ask for the check so we could make or 7pm class.
Food was good but don't make plans till well after you think you may be done so you can enjoy the meal without inhaling and having to run out the door
Lunch with work friends
This place is near our office and fit the bill for a leisurely Friday afternoon lunch with coworkers. We kept things light with salads, all tasty and satisfying, plus the arancini to share. Between us we tried the sparkling sauvignon blanc and rose, both refreshing. The service was attentive but not too much so. They even let us move from our table to a cozy booth. We'll surely be back again!
Good food, raucous atmosphere
The fried chicken is terrific and the pizza dough is as good as bloggers say it is. The Caesar salad was pretty good though I was disappointed by the lack of actual anchovies in the dish (the waitress kindly offered when I brought up the issue but too much of the dish was gone by then).
I was unfortunately disappointed by both the flavor and value of the Margarita pizza. The version with bufala is extra and and the aragula is a $1.50 add-on, and without either this pizza wouldn't have been worth ordering. The sauce (a combination of tomato, grana padano and olive oil) seems very acidic to me and all I really tasted was the tomato. The quality of the dough nearly makes up for this, however.
A nice dessert menu (loved the panna cotta and make-your-own soft-serve sundae) and the waiting staff was both generous and attentive.
Calling all Foodies
This is a hot spot in San Francisco. The food is fantastic and the atmosphere is not like your typical small crowded space that you would usually find in the city. As soon as you walk in you are greeted by 2 story ceilings and ambient lighting. The place gets packed at night so make sure you make reservations. The only reason why I didn't give it 5 stars is because they didn't have enough servers to accommodate the amount of people that were there, so it was a bit slow. It took a good 10-15 minutes before someone offered to take our drink order.
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