San Francisco's Most Expensive Pizza Debuts at Tony's Pizza Napoletana

San Francisco's Most Expensive Pizza Debuts at Tony's Pizza Napoletana


Local pizza maestro Tony Gemignani is getting into the spirit of Super Bowl 50 (which will be the most charitable on record) with a very unique pie valued at $100! 

How can a pizza be worth $100? Well, the “Super Gold Pizza” is a wood-fired pie topped with gold flakes(!), white truffles(!!), and 24-month San Daniele Prosciutto(!!!), in addition to a sprinkling of mâche, Far West Fungi’s Clamshell, Lion’s Mane, and Yellow Oyster mushrooms, Fromage Blanc and Carmody cheese from Bellwether Farms, and Grande Whole Milk mozzarella, finished with Maldon salt, on multi-grain dough. Sounds decadent. 

Want to try this bad boy for yourself? Order the “Super Gold Pizza” (for dine-in only) at Tony’s Pizza Napoletana through February 7th. But don't hesitate, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Big Game, only 50 of these pizzas will be made.

And before you start lamenting how outrageously expensive San Francisco is getting, rest assured that all proceeds from the $100 whopper will be donated to SF Marin Food Bank and St. Anthony’s San Francisco in the name of the Niners. 

// The pie will be served Monday, January 4 through Sunday, February 7, 2016; or until sold out. 1570 Stockton Street;


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