Time Out says
Wood-fired Neapolitan pizza with a food-truck pedigree.
In 2015, Del Popolo upgraded from mobile pizza kitchen to permanent pizza purveyor in lower Nob Hill. Though they can still be found hocking pies out of their repurposed shipping truck, Del Popolo’s brick-and-mortar dining room, arranged around a green-tiled kitchen island and massive wood-fired pizza oven, offers something the truck can’t: wine. On the menu you’ll find a variety of small plates like house cured king salmon with apple, caper and horseradish to complement modern Neapolitan-style pizza classics like the “summer peppers” featuring cacciovalo and beef salami. Plus, the decor is swooningly Instagram-worthy, from the black walls to the gallery wall of oil paintings.
855 Bush St
|Cross street:||at Taylor St|
|Opening hours:||Sun and Tues-Thu 5:30-10pm, Fri-Sat 5:30-10:30pm|
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