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ADDRESS 430 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States

WEBSITE http://www.calzonesf.com/

PHONE 415-397-3600

HOURS 11:30am - 1:00am Daily

Welcome to Calzone’s in the heart of North Beach with outdoor, heated dining.

For a completely different take on North Beach, head up the street to Calzone’s. This sparkling bistro has a large awning along the front with tables and chairs beneath it, perfect for watching the crowd go by on a lazy afternoon. The thin-crust pizzas are a popular choice, and for good reason: they’re made in an oblong shape, with toppings like cremini mushrooms, prosciutto San Daniele, Dungeness crab and brussels sprouts leaves; a grown-up pizza, but with the gooey cheese and crisp bite that brings back childhood memories. Most unique are the homemade Italian pot stickers, an intriguing combination of Asian and Italian flavors, stuffed with sausage, wild mushrooms and ginger and served with a soy-sesame dipping sauce. Calzone’s is a hot night spot, too; the music is cranked up and passersby stop in at the bar for a cocktail and a chat. The restaurant serves food until 1:00 am, which makes it an ideal place to end the night with an espresso or a midnight snack!

Listing Information

1986

Contact Information

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g60713-d354024-Reviews-Calzone_s-San_Francisco_California.html

https://www.yelp.com/biz/calzones-pizza-cucina-san-francisco-3

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