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Escape from New York Pizza information
The Haight's obligatory mid-bender stop for a hot slice. Pesto with roasted garlic and potato will send you blissfully off to carbo-loaded sleep, but the sundried tomato with goat cheese, artichoke hearts and spinach will recharge you to go another round. Art donated by fans includes signed rocker head shots (hello, Elvis Costello and Metallica) and cartoons by The Simpsons ' Matt Groening.