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dining at Ragazza, superb Italian in San Francisco

Rustic and blistered, the thin crust pizza at Ragazza, San Francisco

Rustic and blistered, the thin crust pizza at Ragazza, San Francisco

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dining at Ragazza, a set on Flickr.

One of my favorite Italian restaurants in San Francisco is Ragazza. The pizza is among the best in the city and you should order at least one, but look also to the other parts of the menu, and save room for those, too. This is a time when going with friends and sharing is ideal. Start with one of the house made salads. They’re creative and rotate with the season. Perhaps a persimmon and goat cheese and pistachio, or what’s pictured here, blood orange and pancetta. Get at least one order of the baked pasta with butternut squash. Split a pie, any are amazing, the crust thin, and blistered. Even roasts are represented on the menu, you’ll find the meat perfectly cooked. Finish with a desert pizza, a thicker version of the crust with nuttella, and whipped cream.

Ragazza
311 Divisadero St
(between Page St & Oak St)
San Francisco, CA 94117

(415) 255-1133
ragazzasf.com

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