Friday, July 19, 2013
I was intrigued by Pizzalina from the beginning. I caught Louise Franz (owner) blogging all about the experience of opening a restaurant from scratch, and in particular, about Pizzalina in San Anselmo. I visited in February for a bite when I was in the area.
When you walk in the cheerful vibe is noticeable, and the fact that someone cares about the place is evident. Louise was on the floor, greeting pizza lovers and said hello to me too.
Having life interfere with my blogging, I seem to have misplaced the take out menu I brought home to prompt memory of the pizza I ordered, and since Pizzalina is in tune with the seasons, it isn't on the current posted menu. I hope it comes back. It was composed of some of my favorite things!
The pizza had a name after a train stop, and it was composed of prosciutto, figs, caramelized onions and bleu cheese topping the flavorful mozzarella cheese and perfectly crisp and bubbly crust. I'm getting hungry all over again just describing this.
The pizzas range from $10-$18 currently, and there are salads, pasta, entrees such as wood roasted quail ($22) as well. The emphasis is local and seasonal, there are wines on tap (Cal-Italian) and microbrews.
The latest Marin County food inspection reports are here.
914 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
San Anselmo, CA 94960
For directions, try Anna's Map.