Little Star Pizza The Best Chicago Deep Dish Pizza in San Francisco
Where is Little Star Pizza: Little Star Pizza has a few San Francisco locations however, the one shown below is their Nopa location on Divisadero. 846 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117
What makes Little Star So Fabulous: Having grown up in Chicago, I can say that Chicago deep dish is the BEST! So it’s pretty hard for a restaurant outside of Chicago to have the same authentic taste. However, of all the deep dish pizza I’ve tried in San Francisco (which is quite a few as I’ve researched my Top 10 San Francisco Pizza spots) Little Star is the best Chicago style deep dish with quite delicious Thin Crust pizza as well!
Little Star scored some more points with me having Allagash White on their menu. This is an amazing beer from Maine which has a light Blue Moon taste to it but less wheety. It’s delicious with beer (or on it’s own) so kudos Little Star for the great beer assortment!
One of the thin crust pizza’s we enjoyed which was half White Pie with Garlic olive oil base, mozzarella, roasted zucchini, fresh tomatoes, feta and half special (not available daily). The White Pie Pizza was hands down my favorite although I really did enjoy the special of the day as well. Clearly I’m a pizza girl, I like it all!
The big winner! A Cheese Deep Dish Pizza. What’s so authentic about this is the thick crust plus the chunky tomato tasting sauce. I’ve had deep dish sauces which are too sweet, and not enough tomatoes. This is just right and very delicious. Warning, it’s super heavy so order a small unless you want leftovers (I of course got a large so I could enjoy leftovers!). Kudos Little Star Pizza on your amazing Chicago style deep dish pizza!
DISCLOSURE: Emily, The JetSetting Fashionista and guest enjoyed a complimentary meal during this visit. However, Emily was not paid to write this post and only writes posts or features about restaurants and destinations that she personally enjoys and proudly endorses and wants to share with her readers. All opinions expressed are her own.
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