Bargain Bite

According to a news report from www.sfgate.com, “Bobby G’s Pizzeria It’s not every pizza joint where you can order a glass of Scharffenberger Brut sparkling wine to wash down your slice. But you can at Bobby G’s, the new kid on the block in downtown Berkeley.”

“And that’s not the only thing that makes Bobby G’s stand out. The thin-crust pizzas are very good – not quite Neapolitan, but close. The hand-tossed organic crust is stretchy, and somehow the kitchen staff manages to get the edges to puff, blister and brown without a wood-fired oven. And the toppings are ample without weighing down the crust. Nice,” said the story. “Most ingredients here are organic or artisanal, or both. You can get pizzas with all the usual stuff, plus toppings like house-made soy cheese, arugula and chives. They’re $12 for a 12-incher, $18 for an 18-incher and $2.50 a slice.”

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