A pizza is pulled out of the oven at Wednesday's opening. Photo: Nialkennedy on Flickr
How long would you wait in line for food? If you live in San Francisco long enough to get a restaurant shut down.
Una Pizza Napoletana opened Wednesday night in San Francisco to a line down the block just waiting to get in. People even flew in from the east coast to get a bite of $20 pizza, according to Eater SF. A priest was even on hand to bless the festivities.
Why all the fuss? People are passionate about pizza and Mangieri is a cult icon. The pizza extraordinaire built a following making pizzas without yeast in New York.
Hungry eaters must drop $20 to get their hands on a 12-inch pie that only comes in four varieties: marinara, white, marinara with cheese, and cherry tomato with cheese.
The restaurant will be open Wednesday through Saturday, from 5 p.m. until the dough runs out.