Monday, September 20, 2010

Tony's Pizza Napoletana Comes on Board for SF Weekly's DISH Food Bash

Posted By on Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 4:02 PM

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Tony Gemignani makes only 73 Neapolitan-style margherita pizzas every day in North Beach at Tony's Pizza Napoletana, baking them in a wood-fired oven that gives off a whiff of obsessive. We love Gemignani's margherita pies so much, in fact, we tagged them Number 22 on SFoodie's 92 favorite things to eat and drink last year.

On Sept. 30, fellow lovers of the Tony, you're in luck. Even if you're not among the lucky 73 that day in North Beach, you can get a taste of Gemignani's restaurant that night at SF Weekly's DISH party at Metreon. Now, Tony's Pizza Napoletana will definitely not be spinning pies that night, but it has come on board to join dozens of other restaurants laying out tasty bites at the benefit for Streetsmart 4 Kids. Scroll through the list of vendors, and find out how you can score $10 off the ticket price.

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