Pizza is food for the people. When I was poor I ate pizza. Now that I’m a little less poor I still eat pizza. Sometimes I splurge at a $20+ per personal pie pizza joint like Flour + Water Pizzeria or Del Popolo. Most often though I find myself crushing an extra large Hawaiian style from Seniore’s with my roommates, bottle of Tapatio at hand. I wish I had foresight to scroll Netflix to find the perfect thing to watch before the pizza arrives. I guess we’ll settle again for the 24/7 Kitchen Nightmares/Wild N Out channel. Hot slice hot slice getcha hot slice!
Pizza should be craveable and crushable. I wanna eat one too many slices without even thinking about it and a couple days or weeks later, be the only thing I can think about.
I first heard about Outta Sight pizza through a friend who knows about these things…Outta Sight pizza is the brainchild of Chef Eric Ehler, who was most recently the executive chef at Fort Point. It’s now a semi-regular Monday night popup at the SF best in class pizza palace, PizzaHacker. I’d describe his pizza style as neo-New York, a nice crunchy thin crust with pleasantly melty low moisture mozzarella.
clam pie, reminded me of just the best parts of clam chowder, a mouth watering meatiness from the bacon perfumes the air when you open the box, clean brineniness from fresh clams and bright lemon zest that cuts through the richness and brings all the elements together. Delicious!
the big cheese. Melty, dotted with creamy bites of fresh mozzarella. I ate at least 3 slices on the way home. I wish I had a miller high life.
Classic pepperoni. Why can’t all pizzas come with fresh basil and come finished with salty grated cheese on top?
At $25 a pop they’re a steal. Get some before the pizza pilgrims declare a Mecca. By then it’ll become a June’s like mission to snag an order.
Pre-order only, see their Instagram for dates and ordering.