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- 66%Nightlife Lovers
- 60%Business Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
- 51%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (31)
- Zero ZeroMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2Nov 24, 2013
This is a nice gem of a restaurant in the SOMA. The dishes were made for sharing with the rest of the table. It was nice to order about 5 dishes and share it will everyone. My favorite item was the fig and goat cheese dessert. It had a nice creamy texture with a good amount of sweetness to it. A nice way to end the meal.
- Zero ZeroMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Nov 22, 2013
DELICIOUS! Came here for brunch last weekend and loved everything. My friends and I were running on Asian Time (except for our one non-Asian friend) and the staff were really accommodating. They weren't super busy yet, but it was nice not having to feel guilty about holding up a table for an extra 10 minutes.
Anyway, I ordered the Roman style dumplings with pork belly, which came with a poached egg and a little bit of broccoli. There was also a dab of harissa, which is a Tunisian hot chili sauce (so goood). Warning, this dish is pretty small and if you were hoping for a meal to stuff your belly, then don't choose this dish. However, if you want a chance to taste different flavors and texture in the form of this deconstructed dish, then totally order it.
My friends ordered a couple of their gourmet pizzas as well as their chicken and waffle dish. Zero Zero only uses Italian 00 grade flour so everything they make is very light and airy, including their waffles. Also, their fried chicken was very moist and flavorful. The skin was a golden brown color and super crispy, but not overly oily.
Great place to eat with a few friends. There are plenty of metered parking in this area.
- Zero ZeroMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 2Nov 17, 2013
A hip, extremely poplar Italian restaurant near the financial district. We ordered the butternut squash capallacci and margarita pizza. The service was so nice! I told them it was my first time and they gave us free soup! A must go
- Zero ZeroCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Aug 09, 2013
Zero Zero offers well-made pizzas and excellently prepared cocktails. The staff are quick to serve even when its busy. It's one of San Francisco's better pizza spots for a good meal.
- Zero ZeroAmbassadorMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3Aug 06, 2013
I was really excited to finally try Zero Zero after I had heard really great things about their amazing pizza and thankfully they delivered. I sat at the bar and enjoyed a nice glass of wine while I waited for my pizza. While I am not usually a fan of thinner crusts, the crust here was fantastic and really tasty and the toppings and sauce just made the pizza even better. I also enjoyed that this place is extremely lively and high energy. While Beretta is still my favorite pizza in SF, this place is second.
- Zero ZeroJun 22, 2013
Been twice and both times were disappointing, especially since I'm a big fan of Bruce Hill's Pizzeria Picco. I'd rather drive up to Larkspur than eat here, but there are also lots of other pizza options closer to me that make revisiting Zero Zero pointless.
- Zero ZeroMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5May 23, 2013
Delicious Neapolitan style pizzas in a modern setting in SOMA. The upstairs space is perfect for large parties, with its own bar, so I threw a birthday party for a friend here. For our large group, we ordered 4 of their cocktail punch bowls, the Pessego Punch and the Pimm's Summer Punch. If you've ever had the punches at Rickhouse, these are very much the same with huge blocks of ice with fruit frozen inside served in tea cups, and they're definitely creeper drinks, so be careful!
We had six of their wood fired pizzas - three of The Margherita Extra, two of the mushroom and leek pizza called The Fillmore and a meat pizza appropriately named The Castro. The Margherita pizzas are topped with housemade mozzarella, and the crust comes out bubbly and crisp. It's super thin so they're floppy and a bit hard to handle. Make sure you also order the fried chicken thighs to start, and their customized organic soft serve for dessert.
For those of you curious about their name as I was, it refers to the finely ground Italian Doppio zero "00" flour traditionally used for Neapolitan pizzas.
- Zero ZeroMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersMay 21, 2013
Delicious pizzas, definitely get the bruschettas (I am a particular fan of the english pea bruschetta) to start. We had the Fillmore (mushrooms and leeks), the Geary (spicy tomato sauce, clams and super smoky bacon) and the aptly named Castro (lots of types of meat). The arugula and stone fruit salad with crushed marcona almonds is one of the best salads I've ever had at a restaurant -- simple, but so delicious!
The service here is super friendly despite the fact that they are constantly busy -- the hostess was super helpful when we told her that our friends were still parking and seated us first before they arrived. That seems like such a small thing, but so many restaurants get really annoying about stuff like that, it was nice that they didn't take themselves too seriously. Also -- the bartenders here are very precise and the cocktails are delicious!
Save room for the build-your-own sundaes for dessert. Organic soft serve ice cream and you choose from traditional and non-traditional toppings to add. Our waiter highly recommended the olive oil and sea salt topping and I would second that recommendation! Not traditional or expected, but strangely yummy.
- Zero ZeroAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3May 20, 2013
No pizza for me yet, but they make a damn good pork belly! After getting into town earlier in the day, working, then a quick nap, I needed a little food and decided to explore my surroundings (SOMA). After an uncomfortable stroll past both a homeless shelter spilling people onto the sidewalk and a busy freeway onramp, I ended up on Folsom and started perusing menus. As soon as I read the description of the pork belly dish at Zero Zero, I was sold. Plus, the place had such a cool vibe, pretty decor, and a selection of interesting cocktails. The bartender, whose name was Leo I believe, was very attentive and always kept my water filled. For a drink, I tried the Brandelli- Skyy Vodka, Mandarin, Rosemary Honey, and St. Germaine. Delicious and the fresh rosemary sprig was a lovely touch. The food that drew me in was the Slow Cooked Pork Belly, Roman Style Dumplings, Crispy Broccoli, Poached Egg, and Harissa. The chef recommends that you try to eat all the components in one bite for the best experience. Not as easy as you may think but so worth the effort; the perfectly poached egg spooged molten gold, and the pork belly was flavorful, fatty goodness. I used every last bit of the dumplings (sort of like dense yet semi-crumbly hockey pucks) to sop up all the yolk and as rafts for the rest of the amazingly flavored ingredients. Apparently, it was my lucky night because I also met some cool neighbors and did some networking, both foodie and work-related, with my dinner companions at the bar. AND for checking in, I got a Zero Zero temporary tattoo- yay, I am such a sucker for promo goodies! If I get a chance, I would love to make my way back here, especially after seeing the amazing pizza and pasta dishes being enjoyed by my neighbors. Thanks for a great first night in town!