Those in need of a 3 a.m. food fix, take note: vulber has scouted out DNA Pizza, the new 24-hour slice operation run by the same people as DNA Lounge. The pizza shop is next door to the lounge, in the space formerly occupied by Bowzer’s, and serves slices (starting at $4 for cheese) as well as sandwiches and coffee.

Also take note of the generous slice specials, like $2 off from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and $1 off from 4 to 7 p.m., before the dance-crazed masses and bartenders need their dinner, like, now, regardless of the price.

Taste-wise, this ranks among the better slices in San Francisco, though not as good as the street slices in New York.

“Not by any means a destination pizza spot,” says vulber, “but it’s nice to finally have a 24-hour operation in SF that’s not a diner, fast food, or donut shop.”

DNA Pizza [SOMA]
371 11th Street, San Francisco

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