Slices from Presidio Pizza Company. Photo: © tablehopper.com.
Well, this is dangerous and delicious news, indeed. Apparently, ~PRESIDIO PIZZA COMPANY~ is now offering delivery, according to their Facebook page. It’s via bike, so only about a one-mile radius from their shop, and costs $6. 1862 Divisadero St. at Pine, 415-409-6672.
Brunch is fabulous, and brunch on a sunny patio is even better. ~FABLE~ is now offering both, with a menu of seasonal brunch dishes like eggs Benedict, smoked salmon with kohlrabi slaw and mascarpone, and the hopper new “gotta eat that NOW” obsession, a soft-shell crab BLT. Brunch is served 11am-2:30pm Sat-Sun. 558 Castro St. at 19th St., 415-590-2404.
After sadly closing last fall after the death of the owner, it looks like ~BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S~ in Portola might be getting ready to reopen. Yelpers have spotted a sign saying they’ll be reopening, and a Twitter tipster let us know that a contractor reported they’ll be open in 45 days with the same beloved menu. 2499 San Bruno Ave. at Thornton.
Haight Street’s ~SPARROW~ is now opening at 11am Tue-Fri to accommodate those early shoppers (or wake-and-bakers). 1640 Haight St. at Clayton, 415-622-6137.
On Saturday June 28th, Tony Gemignani will be hosting more than 300 children and families at ~TONY’S PIZZA NAPOLETANA~ (and outside) from 8:30am-10:30am in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most people simultaneously tossing pizza dough. It’s free to attend, but if you’d like to toss some dough, register here. It’s $15 for kids and $20 for adults, and includes a T-shirt, a slice of pizza, a raffle ticket, and dough for tossing. The event is a fundraiser for Family House, a local organization committed to providing free, temporary housing for families traveling to San Francisco for their child’s health care treatment. The event will take place on the entire block of Stockton Street between Green and Union.