Sausage, spinach blended with ricotta and feta, mushroom, onion and garlic on a deep dish cornmeal crust. Large $27.50 Little Star Pizza, San Francisco CA
Omg, this pizza is amazing! It’s not on the regular menu, but it’s just the Little Star pizza with sausage added and the servers know it by name. And the result is heaven! Paying almost thirty bucks for a pizza may seem like a lot, but this pie can last me for multiple meals. I find that each deep dish slice is super filling and it’s great to know that there’s some for later. I always reheat individual slices in the oven and they’re perfect as leftovers. 🙂
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2013
Baby gems with a creamy pesto dressing, topped with chives and toasted almonds. Small $8 Little Star Pizza, San Francisco CA
I’m not a big salad guy (I like to eat meat), but this goddess salad was delicious. The simple combination of the pesto dressing and toasted almonds on top of the large, crisp gem lettuce was perfect. And the small order was perfect for two people. Yum!
Spinach blended with ricotta and feta, mushroom, onion and garlic on a deep dish cornmeal crust. $24 for large 12″ Little Star Pizza, San Francisco
This is my first Little Star Pizza blog entry, but I’ve been eating at this place and ordering pick-ups for a while! I love their pizzas! They are still my favorite deep dish pizza in The City. I love their thick, buttery cornmeal crust. YUM! All their toppings always taste fresh and flavorful, and I enjoy their chunky tomato sauce. I’m not a big eater so one slice is usually enough for a meal, they’re kinda large.
I cheated and added anchovies to half the pizza. That’s the Filipino in me, lol!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011, 2012