The master pizza slingers at Pier 49 craft each of their circular San Francisco–style comestibles using a secret, scratch-made sourdough crust, before slathering them with sauce, sprinkling then with uniquely delicious toppings, and baking them to a perky, blissful brown. The menu showcases specialty pizzas in four sizes ranging from personal for mealtime parties of one ($5.99–$6.99) to jumbo for the inevitable sumo smorgasbord ($19.99–$21.99). Taste test the un-waters of the Fisherman's Wharf, which furnishes a briny bounty of baby bay shrimp, surimi crab, melted mozzarella, and alfredo, with a choice of cooked, fresh, or sundried tomatoes. Or, saunter saucily down a slice of the Lombard Street, which pairs hickory-flavored barbecue chicken, six varieties of imported gourmet cheese, and red bermuda onions for a yucca-less taste of the southwest. A build-your-own option is also readily available with toppings as diverse as cashews, artichoke hearts, and hamburger, and nine sauces including alfredo, taco, and pesto. Feasters who take a literal approach to square meals can opt to savor sandwiches such as the Alcatraz, a happy stack of ham, pepperoni, sausage, and veggies on a homemade bun ($6.99), or brush up on their culinary creativity by creating their own pasta ($8.99+).