Join us for a night of Trento-Alto Adige wines from winemakers Mario Pojer and Fiorentino Sandri. We’ll have a special...Read More >
Our friends from Scribe Winery are coming in from Sonoma for a very special Farm Dinner at Pizzeria Delfina Burlingame...Read More >
G.D. Vajra’s winemaker is visiting Delfina for a special night of Nebbiolo, Barbera, Barolo, and more accompanied by spe...Read More >
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Join us for a night of Barbera, Barolo, Barbaresco, and more delicious wines - including library vintages! - from winema...Read More >
Join us for a "Stoned Summer Dinner" at Burlingame on Tuesday, August 21st at 6:30 PM. We’ll be serving four+ courses of...Read More >
by Robert Lauriston Wednesday, March 15, 2006
At a tiny Delfina spinoff, pizza is optional, cannoli mandatory
I love pizza. It's my desert island dish, my last meal, my favorite snack. I will detour hours out of my way or volunteer for an unnecessary business trip to try a famous pie. When visiting hot spots like New York City, Chicago, or Rome, I'll happily eat it every day if my companions don't interfere.
So I'm happy as a Pepe's white clam pie at the bi...Read More »
San Francisco Magazine
by Josh Sens - November 1, 2005
With restaurants, as with empires, expansion is frequently a prelude to decline. But Craig Stoll of Delfina avoided this when he annexed the tiny space next door.
Pizzeria Delfina is a modest addition to a Mission district restaurant whose strength has always been simplicity. Stoll’s new place sticks to the formula. It doesn’t try to do too much (pizzas, salads, calzone), but what it does, it does very...Read More »