|Pizzetta 211 interior|
It's definitely worth going out of your way for. Pizzetta 211 is tiny and can seat probably 10 people inside and four people outside. It's charming and rustic like a farm house. I really loved it and the service was very friendly. That made a big difference. Going to Pizzetta 211 is almost like sitting down at a friend's house for lunch, extremely casual and relaxed. It feels like home. That includes access to the kitchen. The shelves and food are laid out there.
The pizzas only take about 5 minutes to bake. They are thin and small, personal sized, but okay for sharing just as long as you get more than one. We started off with a field greens salad. It was simple, organic, very California (sans avocados!), and tasty with just balsamic vinaigrette and a sprinkle of salt. Then we moved on to two pizzas (Serrano ham, crescenza, oven dried tomato, wild arugula and Tomato mozzarella basil with pepperoni). Everything was just perfect.
|Field Greens Salad|
|Serrano Ham with oven dried Tomatoes and Arugula|
|Classic Tomato Mozzarella Basil with Pepperoni|
|A Zucchini pie to go for my sister|
Photography Credits: Roxwriting, Little 'Ol Me
Little 'Ol Me Neapolitan Pizza Challenge:: Pizzetta 211
211 23rd Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94121