The Clips and Trips blog was put together in preparation for our leaving the U.S. on an indefinite world travel adventure which started around August of 2009 and returned us home in December of 2012. If you want to see where it all began, read our mission statement from before we left.
Monday, February 16, 2009
2 - Little Star
3 - Mythic
4 - Irving
5 - Paxis
6 - Marcellos
7 - Escape from New York
8 - Goat Hill
Golden Boy - North Beach
Square pan Chicago style, served by the slice.
Little Star - Mission, Nopa
Restaurant style, 2 versions: thick or thin, you must try the signature thick -- sauce on top! Thin is like a cracker.
Mythic - Lower Haight
Served by the slice, gourmet topping configurations, and lots of 'em!
Irving Pizza - Sunset, Tenderloin, Marina
Served by the slice. Sunset location is the best; Marina gives you have the size of the slice. Close to New York Style.
Paxis - Hayes Valley
Restaurant style, thick or thin, thick takes about an hour, thin is better anyway. Nice quality pizza.
Marcellos - Castro
Served by the slice. Close to New York style. Traditional thin pizza.
Escape from New York - Upper Haight, Castro
Served by the slice. Close to New York style. Gourmet topping configurations. Better on Haight street -- the hippies take pride in their work. Sometimes employees at the Castro location, feeling a bit depressed from a recent heartbreak, may lazily dump your slice on the counter without warming it up. :p
Goat Hill - Potrero Hill
Restaurant style, nice location looking down at the city at night ;) thin style with slightly crispy chewy crust. Monday neighborhood night all you can eat.