Ate a slice from the Tony Gemignani’s Slice House outpost in the Market in the Twitter building. I got a slice of the “Sweet Grandma” ($6), which is their rendition of a grandma slice. Square slice of pizza with large elongated mozzarella chunks, tomato sauce, and basil. The slices are on display in the front and are heated up in the oven to order. Drizzled a little chili oil on it. It’s a good slice of pizza. Tomato sauce was a little sweet (hence “Sweet Grandma”?) and the chunks of mozzarella had melted from being in the oven. Dough was very good. Crispy on the edges and bottom, and a little airy and chewy inside. Substantial enough for a light meal or a large snack.
Interesting, I had a grandma slice from the new Haight location a few days ago. It isn’t “Sweet Grandma” on the menu there but I do recall the sauce tasting a bit sweeter than expected.
Thanks for the report!
Has anyone tried their ancient grain pizzas?