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Posted by Frank Marone on 06/06/2014
Lived in the Sunset for 21 years. I am from New York. Searched unsuccessfully for pizza something like what it is "supposed" to be. Typical New Yorker! Tried many, settled on Brothers. Only one offering thin crust and that did not mean crispy like a cracker but authentic floppy pizza. That was at least 15 years ago. Restaurant recently (several years) changed ownership but quality stayed almost the same. Totally love it. I learned how to call in an order while driving home and stop by to pick it up and bring it with me. Delivery is quite speedy and the prices are all very reasonable. Only thing you miss nowadays is the old Italian guys who used to run the place and do everything. Try it, you will not be sorry!
Posted by james on 03/20/2012
i love this place i have been going here for years, and not once have i ever gotten a pizza that i did not love.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/19/2010
For a small joint it taste great.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/19/2008
I always get my Medium Pizza's to go/pickup. When I first moved to the neighborhood it was a great crusty well browned pizza. Now half the time the pizza is not done all the way when it's thrown into the box . So when I get home ( 2 blocks Away) it's mishappen and not tasty and I have to rebake in the oven. This been happening for the last 2 yearswhat happened?
Posted by Jenna on 03/03/2007
Great Lasagna and Garlic Bread!! Fast Delivery!! We love this place!!
Posted by Billy in New York on 12/18/2006
I used to frequent Brother's Pizza in the early 90's when I lived in SF and I loved it! Great pizza, cheap pitchers! Boy do I miss it...
Posted by Pizza Ding on 10/15/2006
I used to frequent Toto's Pizza in San Bruno and previously another place on Taraval. Tried Brother's Pizza based on prior reviews. I wasn't disappointed. Being my first time, I ordered the #7 Brother's Special. Very tasty, balanced flavors and nice crust. The ingredients were very fresh too. The sausage had just the right amount of anise spice (my opinion, of course). Not only that, it's only 8 minutes from my Daly City house! Toto's is about 15 minutes. The interior is rather dimly lit but I didn't eat there. First thoughts on the exterior appearance and I had misgivings. Sure fooled me!! "You can't judge a book by its cover." Anyway, I will continue patronizing Brother's along with their friendly staff! The above menu has changed and is currently ~ $1.00 more for their different pizza combos. I haven't tried the other Brother's offerings, will get around to it next time. Brother's Pizza has found another convert. Maybe BP is one of those secret spots locals keep to themselves? I'll review future visits.