A line snakes out the door and down the sidewalk. Those in it realize that only one item is sold here, always only one, although it alters slightly every day. Because all the tables here are almost always occupied, customers carry their pizza outside into the road and eat it on the traffic median. Serving pizza by the pie, half-pie, and slice, this is one of the East Bay’s favorite pizza places. Tourists come from all over the world as well, drawn by tales of a worker-owned, bossless bakery in Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto where mostly organic vegetables, herbs, and cheeses from around the world compose a different meatless artisanal pizza every day. The one-choice policy, awesome if you like surprises, sucks if you hate yam pizza, say, or pear. Arrive on a day when you like its components, and every bite chortles with flavor.

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Price: $

Payment Type: cash

ParkingChoice: Street

ReservationsChoice: Not Accepted

Attire: casual

Entertainment: live jazz occasionally

Extra Info: organic produce used "as much as possible"

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