Cheese Board Pizzeria Sunday April 20, 2014

The Week’s Pizza

Tuesday 4/22

Closed for remodeling on Tuesdays. We're open the rest of the week. Come by for a pizza or a slice soon!

Wednesday 4/23

Crimini and oyster mushroom, baby spinach, caramelized onion, mozzarella and Italian Fontina, pine nut, parsley, garlic olive oil

Thursday 4/24

Asparagus, mozzarella and Istara Ossau Iraty cheese, arugula, snap pea, tossed in a meyer lemon-mint dressing

Friday 4/25

*First Corn Pizza of the Season* Fresh california corn, zucchini, onion, mozzarella and Valbreso feta, cilantro, garlic olive oil, and lime

Saturday 4/26

Crushed tomato, fennel, mozzarella and aged Asiago cheese, toasted garlic, fresh herbs. garlic olive oil

 

 

Many of the cheeses we use in our pizzas and salads are available at the Cheese Board Bakery and Cheese shop next door at: 1504 Shattuck!

 

THE PIZZERIA WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAYS STARTING FEB. 4TH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE TO FACILITATE OUR REMODELING PROJECT. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.

 

 

 

 

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Slice: $2.50+tax

  • Whole Pizza: $20+tax  
  • Half Pizza: $10+tax
  • Whole Partial-Bake: $20
  • Half Partial-Bake: $10 

We also have side salads every day
 $4.00+tax

Also on sale is our green hot salsa!
$3.50 for  8oz.


Our pizzas never have meat and are topped with organic and local ingredients 
whenever possible. Everything is
made fresh daily.

Cash, personal checks, and credit cards (VISA, MASTERCARD, and DISCOVER only)


SORRY WE DON'T DELIVER



Music at the Cheese Board

Pizzeria Hours

OPEN WEDNESDAYS - SATURDAYS

LUNCH  11:30 - 3:00
DINNER  4:30 - 8:00
closed Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays (until further notice for remodeling)

 

Paintings by Patricia Silva


We are proud to announce a new exhibit of paintings by Cheese Board member Patricia Silva who died last January from mesothelioma. Her art reflects what she was most passionate about in life: flamenco song, which she performed widely in the Bay Area, her Mexican heritage, its revolutionary spirit and folk traditions, as well as the natural landscapes that moved her and gave her peace. The show is the first of three exhibits of her work. They will be followed by a special event, a benefit silent auction of some of these paintings—as per her wishes, the proceeds will go to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Details for the event will be posted on the Cheeseboard website.