SAN FRANCISCO: Pizza for the People
By WGSN Insider

The food truck scene in S.F. has a giant, new, wood-fired contender on the prowl.  Jon Darsky was working at the Mission’s acclaimed flour + …

Aug 23, 2012
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The food truck scene in S.F. has a giant, new, wood-fired contender on the prowl.  Jon Darsky was working at the Mission’s acclaimed flour + water back in 2010, learning the fine art of making Neopolitan-style pizza, when he decided to open a restaurant. Thwarted, he came up with an idea so crazy it just had to work: convert a shipping container to a food truck, find a way to put an oven in there, and begin churning out artisan pizza at reasonable prices. With a name that translates to of the people in Italian, Del Popolo’s ever-changing menu consists of three kinds of personal pies, running from $11-14 each. With a perfectly charred and crispy crust, this is pizza worth hunting for, so check Del Polopo’s Twitter feed to pick up your own slice of heaven.

xx Ashley Churchill

Del Popolo

Photos: Courtesy of We Heart & Serious Eats


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