Message from Amici's East Coast PizzeriaThe Best Pizza West of New York - Ralph Barbieri, KNBR
- Order Online at www.amicis.com
- Dine in, Takeout and Delivery
- Freshly made Pasta and Salads
Amici's delicious East Coast style pizzas have been called, "The Best West of New York!" Thin, crispy crusts are topped with the highest quality ingredients to create an infinite number of flavor sensations. A range of fresh pastas, great salads and side dishes complete the menu. Amici's is the perfect place for a casual business lunch, family dinner, or late night snack. Amici's also offers food to takeout, and free delivery to your home or business daily.\n\nWe offer eleven Bay Area locations: San Mateo, San Francisco Lombard Street, San Rafael, Redwood Shores, Mountain View, Dublin, San Francisco Mission Bay (Across from AT&T Park), San Jose, Vacaville, Danville, and Cupertino.
- by Jeff Rapp on 10/10/2010
Erica and I went to Amici's to meet with our long time favorite Colombian friend Camilo Garcia. It was a simple, cheap and fast meal that worked for everyone, especially Camilo since it is across the street from EA.\n\nWe ordered a large pizza to share for three, which was a perfect size and quantity. Our taste buds were undecided so we split the pizza half vegetarian and half pollo. Both types were very good and reminded Erica of a local version of CPK. The crust had a nice buttery flavor and the cheese was not a low budget filler. I enjoy eating in California because in most cases ingredients come from local producers and are seasonally fresh. This can be experienced even at a pizza shop. Amici's is a chain so next time you're looking for 'za in CA, Amici's is a good choice.\n\nmy blog: jjrappeats.blogspot dot com
- by quandenise on 03/24/2010
Besides having thin crust pizza which is my favorite, here are the standouts for Amici's:\r\n\r\n*vegan cheese- not that I want to order that, since I prefer real cheese, but for those days when I want to cut back on my dairy intake or pretend to be vegan, great option to have\r\n\r\n*low carb crust- again, not that I want to cut back on carbs or the crust since I love my carbs, but if I ever feel like it, at least I know I have the option to order this way.\r\n\r\n*unique and original pizzas- check out their menu, the options are so good, i think our group of 6 ordered 6 pizzas!\r\n\r\nYes I've tried the low carb, vegan cheese pizza, and it was pretty darn good. Not as good as the high carb, dairyful cheese pizza, but pretty good if you are on a diet or trying to be vegan.\r\n\r\nI've also had their other pizzas and so far to date, there has been nothing I didn't like.\r\n\r\nMy favorite as of this minute is probably the clam pizza.\r\n\r\nYUM. \r\n
- by squirt79 on 05/05/2006
We moved away from redwood shores but still make regular trips back for Amici's pizza! The 'greek isle' pizza is my favorite, it's a white pizza (no tomato sauce) with lots of cheese and vege toppings. The crust is perfect - thin, but still with a lightly puffy crust done in proper ovens. Surroundings are basic, but clean. Service is good. (One flaw - why do I have to give out my phone number when I'm ordering take-out in person?!? Hate that!)\n\nHaven't found better pizza in the bay area.
- by shannon5760 on 03/21/2006
Amici's makes the worst pizza I've ever had! I've been to Amici's restaurants 3 times and had it several times in meetings. \n\nHere's why I give them such a bad grade: the pizza is super thin (I know some of you like it that way), there is hardly any sauce, below average amount of cheese, and hardly any toppings. Could they skimp on the toppings any more? I doubt it. Some frozen pizzas are better than Amici's! For example: DiGiorno and Freschetta.\n\nI recommend to stay away from this pizza unless you want to remain hungry. There is nothing to like about this pizza.
- by FrankLUBS on 10/04/2002
Super, super good ! I'm thinking of moving closer -\njust to be within their delivery zone.
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