Blondies Pizza: "My Favorite Cheap Pizza!" Blondies Pizza Tip by machomikemd

Blondies Pizza, San Francisco: 8 reviews and 14 photos

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Blondie's is a great little pizza place right in the middle of Cable Car turnaround at powell street. From the front, it doesn't look like much, sort of a fast food storefront crammed full of people (since the dining area is BELOW!). It is well worth it though. Sometimes there are guys outside ushering people downstairs for a slightly more formal atmosphere. Downstairs is a neat, little, cave-like place with classic rock posters and pictures from the San Francisco scene all over the walls. A great place to grab a slice of pizza and a cold Anchor Steam Ale.

Not everyone wants a huge slab of pizza at 9:30 in the morning, but if you suddenly have a craving for one, this is the place to go. It is a tiny, no-frills storefront that serves slices to go that are also no-frills, but are huge. The toppings are limited to the classics: cheese, pepperoni, and such, but they are tasty, filling and ready when you are. The line of locals on their lunch break and tourists looking for a quick bite between sightseeing stops gets longer at peak hours, where can you eat a cheap meal at downtown like that? (beside's Tadd's Steakhouse nearby off course!)

Favorite Dish: There pizza hasn't really changed in taste through the years and prices still reflect that outstanding value. For less than $4, you can grab a big 1 topping slice, Pizza Crust - Slight garlic butter brushed on the end. Crust is thick and when served fresh, almost tastes like french bread!

How can you beat a massive, tasty slab of ultra-fresh pizza and a drink for $3.75?

Open hours: 10a-9p M-Sat, 11a-8p Sun

Address: 64 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94102-2816
Price Comparison: least expensive
Directions: 64 Powell Street, (between Cable Car Turnaround & Ellis St), San Francisco, CA 94102-2816
Phone: (415) 982 6168
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 5
Theme: Italian

Review Helpfulness: 1.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Oct 17, 2007
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