Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Chef Bruce Hill Reveals Plans For New Pizzeria In San Francisco!

The Space Being Redone By Michael Brennan For Zero Zero

Bruce Hill, executive chef at Bix in San Francisco and Picco in Larkspur (and also my Top Chef Brother's boss) has unveiled plans to open a brand new pizzeria in San Francisco proper called Zero Zero, no doubt a reference to the flour used to make pasta.  Modeled after Pizzeria Picco, in addition to serving Neapolitan-style thin crust pizzas that are fired in a brick oven for only two minutes, the restaurant will also feature fresh pasta, specialty cocktails and to die for soft serve ice cream.

Construction is just beginning on the 120 seat restaurant, which is set to debut in June or July.  Michael Brennan is over-seeing the redo and will try to capture the feel of "old San Francisco," according to Hill.

Click here to read the article in the San Francisco Chronicle on Zero Zero!

Also, I'm headed up to San Fran this weekend, and plan to drop in on Picco!  So stay tuned for my posts on my trip!

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