Did you think only Boudin or the clam chowder bread bowls of Fisherman's Wharf knew how to use sourdough bread? San Francisco's Goat Hill Pizza has been using sourdough for its crust since 1975 in its original Portreo Hill location. Due to popular demand, it's spreading the joy to West Portal with a brand new location.Goat Hill Pizza, West Portal — Photo courtesy of Tom Molanphy
Whatever location you choose, you can be sure you'll get the freshest ingredients and the friendliest service. The original location on Portero Hill is packed with locals, and the newly opened West Portal location is becoming just as busy. Both locations offer "Neighborhood Night," a great deal for all you can eat pizza and salad. The original location offers jazz a few nights a week, as well. If you don't feel like pizza, try their hearty Chef's Salad or classic Minestrone with a healthy slice of garlic bread on the side.
There are many, many eating options in San Francisco. If you've had your fill of Chinese dumplings, or maybe one too many tortillas from the Mission, head to Goat Hill for their signature sourdough crust pizza. You can't leave San Francisco without eating sourdough, and Goat Hill's fresh ingredients and friendly service makes this sourdough choice the best in town. Goat Hill Pizza — Photo courtesy of Tom Molanphy