Best Pizza in Little Italy

Online Ordering for the best pizza in Little Italy. Convenient pickup in 20 Minutes at our new Ambrogio15 location within the Little Italy Food Hall.

Online Ordering

20 min before Pickup at our new convenient location in Little Italy



cipollini - Best Pizza in Little Italy

Milano Style

Pizza


Order Online and pickup in 20min for the best pizza in Little Italy.


Panini - Best Pizza in Little Italy

Italian

Panini


Italian Panini Sandwiches


Insalata Della Casa

Imported

Salads


Delicious and Fresh Salads


San Pellegrino soda orange

Cold

Beverages


Cold Domestic and Imported Beverages


Opening hours


Monday
11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Friday
11:00 AM – 10:30 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM – 10:30 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Best Pizza in Little Italy

Pickup will be at the Little Italy location. Little Italy Food Hall – Piazza della Famiglia at

550 West Date St, San Diego, CA 92101 – Phone: (619)450-6839


Pacific Beach Location

The original location for Ambrogio15 is on Turquoise Street in Pacific Beach. Almost two years after opening the PB Location, the Ambrogio15 Team opened up the Little Italy Food Hall location.

Del Mar Location

We are looking forward to see you ar our new upcoming location. Ambrogio15 Del Mar is due to open in the spring of 2020 at the Del Mar Highlands Center.

Milano Pizza

The three owners of Ambrogio15: Giacomo, Andrea and Luca are all born and raised in Milan. They all came to San Diego to start this adventure a few years ago and are bringing you the taste of their Hometown. The Tripadvisor ratings do not lie. Ambrogio15 serves the best Pizza in Little Italy.

Our thinly stretched pizzas are light and digestible. They aim to satisfy without leaving an uncomfortable “stuffed” feeling. Reviewers seem to agree when they share that we’re “the best pizza experience outside Italy” and have the “best pizza in Little Italy”.

The Flour

We import our flour from the family owned and operated Molino Quaglia grain mill of Veneto, Italy. Now in its fourth generation, they’ve pioneered processes to sort and separate the grains that produce the finest flour that maintains its nutritional content.

It’s common for grain mills in the U.S. to use chlorides (bleach) in their flour production. Any time foods are refined in this manner the nutritional value takes a huge hit and when consumed the body recognizes it as “sugar”.

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