Wood-fired pizza with soul in a converted warehouse in Bushwick
“In 1998, Craig Stoll and his soon-to-be wife, Annie, opened Delfina, whose Tuscan-influenced dishes established a new benchmark for Italian food in San Francisco, and a new center of gravity for the cuisine, in the city’s Mission district. In 2005, the Stolls opened a pizzeria next door, and in 2008, a second in Pacific Heights. In April, the couple added another Mission-based element to their empire: Locanda, an osteria that channels the culinary traditions of… [Read More]
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