Zero Zero
Zero Zero
Zero Zero

Zero Zero

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8 / 10

9 expert reviews

“A modish neighborhood pizza newcomer, Zero Zero is named for the imported Neapolitan flour that gives these crusts their character.”

– Michelin Guide

Fodor's
"Chef-owner Bruce Hill (of Bix and Picco fame) has created a popular and comfortable California-Italian restaurant where you can go almost any time of day." Full review
Gayot
14.0
"Zero Zero bills itself as a high-end pizza joint, and this cavernous restaurant with balcony seating lives up to the first half of that formulation right from the beginning." Full review
San Francisco Chronicle
2.5
"At Zero Zero, Bruce Hill, who also owns Pizzeria Picco in Larkspur, offers so many great dishes, you might forget it's a pizza restaurant." Full review
Zagat
4.0
"Neapolitan pizzas are "so in vogue" and this "swanky" SoMa Italian stands out with its "phenomenal" "thin-crust, flame-kissed" pies." Full review
The Infatuation
7.8
"Zero Zero should continue their march of doughy kaizen, and we’ll keep enjoying the fruits of their efficiency." Full review
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