If it was only the pizza at Square Pie Guys that was as good as it is, we’d still eat here a lot, but we’d come here for everything else even if we weren’t in the mood for pizza. The menu reads more like a sports bar’s than a pizzeria’s, with everything from Szechuan dry-fried chicken wings to burgers to their chocolate chip cookie sundae that any third-grader would brag about eating on their birthday, and all of it is great. But still, the Detroit-style pan pizza is the best thing here with toppings ranging from pepperoni to corn with ricotta cream and a thick chewy and caramelized crust. If you had a long day at work in SoMa, this is where you should end up.
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