This is the pizza by which all others are judged. Una Pizza is a place of worship for the pizza's of one man, Anthony Mangieri. Like a monk, Anthony makes all the dough and makes every single pizza himself. If you like pizza, food or just "craft", you owe it to yourself to try una pizza.
Definitely worth the walk up to the hill. If you can, take the stairs approach from east side, which starts down at Greenwich St. You can get here by walking up the Embarcadero, then cut through Levi's Plaza to Greenwich St which dead ends after crossing Sansome St, and the stairs should start there.
These stairs take you up through some of the coolest little hillside yards and gardens of residents. Definitely don't drive. Also, going to the top of Coit Tower isn't really worth the $ in my opinion, you get a great view from the hill already.
Afterwards, walk down the west side of the hill down the Filbert steps and down Filbert St. to Columbus Ave. and Washington Park. Get some gelato and chill in the park or head down Columbus to Vesuvio and get your day drink on.
Interesting place to get lunch if you're into people watching.
This place can get pretty touristy and packed, so if you have a party over 4 people, I'd do a little planning. Highly recommend getting oysters to go and then taking them to someplace less packed.
This place is great. You can't really go wrong. Everything's great.
Can't really go wrong at this place. Everything is good.
A rare greasy spoon diner in SF. Go here to cure your hangout.
Grab a beer and sit outside mid-day for some great people watching.
Keep it simple here. The ice cream by itself is great on a sunny day in hayes valley.
It's an ok lookout with a bathroom.