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Osteria Coppa
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Have you ever had handmade Scialatielle pasta? Originally created in Naples, Italy and pronounced shall-uh-dee-ly this authentic Italian pasta has a wonderful thick and chewy texture. Top it with spicy marinara, tomato, eggplant, basil and freshly grated ricotta salata cheese and we call it a little piece of Italian heaven! 

Watch how we make it here: Scialatielli pasta at Osteria Coppa
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139 S B St San Mateo, CA 94401
139 South B StreetUSCaliforniaSan Mateo94401
$$Organic Restaurant, Italian Restaurant
Organic Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–2PM, 5–9PM
Thursday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–9PMFriday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–10PMSaturday 5–10PMSunday 10:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMMonday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–9PMTuesday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–9PMWednesday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–9PM
Named a Michelin Guide “Bay Area Bib Gourmand Pick” and one of the “10 Hot New Restaurants in the Bay Area” by Zagat, Osteria Coppa specializes in fresh, modern Italian cuisine.  We feature handcrafted pasta, hand stretched thin-crust Neapolitan style pizza, antipasti, house cured salumi, and other Italian specialties.  

Our menu changes regularly, based on the offerings of local purveyors, artisans and farmers, and we are committed to using the freshest, most flavorful seasonal products we can find.  We also support and use organic, natural, and sustainable ingredients when possible.  Gluten free pizza, and gluten free pasta are available upon request, and a children's menu is also available.  

The team behind Osteria Coppa also includes partners Paul and Julie Shenkman and acclaimed chef/partner Lewis Rossman, who own our sister restaurant Sam’s Chowder House in Half Moon Bay.   Paul Shenkman previously founded Pasta Moon and Cetrella Bistro & Café, both in Half Moon Bay.

In addition to our dining room and full bar, we offer covered outside patio seating, complete with overhead louvers for sunny peninsula days, and cozy heaters and windbreaks for cooler days.  Well-behaved pets are welcome on our outdoor patio.
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Handmade pasta & other unfussy Tuscan fare in an airy, contemporary space with a bustling bar.- Google
"Chocolate lava cake and ricotta/chocolate mousse desserts were great."
"The fact they have Gluten Free Pizza is awesome."
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Simon Evans
2 months ago
Very nice place, and very good service. Well made Italian food, and a good dessert and wine list. Great place to take guests in town (like your mum).
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Glenn Barge
a year ago
I have eaten there several times and each time the food is very good. The menu is somewhat limited but there are daily specials that add good variety. HOWEVER, I find the service very, very poor. The problem is not slow service (as you would normally expect), it is intrusive and rushed service. I have felt rushed each time I have been there to the point that I will not go there again.
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Stan Sanchez
4 years ago
Great spot for good food with attention to detail. The bar is fantastic with a low profile TV so that you can follow game without a rowdy sports atmosphere. Perfect for happy hour or a night out.
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Jonathan Kong
2 years ago
I've worked by downtown San Mateo for almost a year now and just discovered this amazing restaurant! I have seriously been missing out! I dropped in for a quick lunch with a friend from college. He was running late, so I decided to grab a drink at the table first. On the iPad drink menu they had a very nice selection of beers on tap and in the bottle and had a brief description and review of each drink that they offered. What stood out the most was the Allagash White-you almost never see this beer on this side of the country! With my beer in hand I looked at the menu and found it difficult to decide what to order- not because there wasn't anything that stood out, but because I wanted to try a little bit of it all! In the end the frugal side of me won and I ended getting what I was thinking about anyway: the lunch special. It comes with the soup of the day or a salad and an entree, which was any sandwich on the menu or a choice of the following three pizzas : sausage, four cheese, and a maragrita. I got the house salad which was nicely portioned with a nice bed of lettuce, peaches, and nuts all drizzled with a refreshing vinaigrette. My entree was supposed to be just a sausage pizza- it was anything but that. My pizza did come with sausage...and a hefty serving of mushrooms and prosciutto! (See the pic I added to the restaurant page) It looked amazing and it tasted just as great! I had to stop myself from eating the second half because I still had a whole afternoon of work left! The lunch special was only $14! Lunch at Osteria Coppa's is definitely hard to beat in terms of portion to price ratio as well as ambiance and staff interaction. If you can, request to sit in the area that the bartender is covering- he knows his beers and wines and what lunch items go well with what you're drinking-or vice versa!
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Tim Harsch
2 months ago
Great Italian. Wide selection of wine to pair. Outdoor patio is perfect even when colder with the heaters.
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Sam Fung
10 months ago
I had a mixed green salad and spaghetti special last night. Both are great. The biggest mistake was ordering the platter, which was supposed to be a popular item there. The duck pate tasted weird, the cold cut was nothing but ordinary like pack of cold cut you would buy from supermarket. The platter subtracted one star here. The guy who served us was confusing. I wasn't sure if he knew what he was doing and was rude to ask me to hand him the plate.
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Patrick Luke
a year ago
Awesome eatery. The fact they have Gluten Free Pizza is awesome. The drinks were mixed well and priced ok. Knowledge of GF preparation/handling was good
Karen Williams
2 years ago
Had lunch with a group of office mates to celebrate a member leaving. We ordered two antipasto dishes that never arrived. I ordered the Salmon and eggplant Caponada which I had to send back because it was way too raw in the middle. It took so long to receive my food back that my fellow workers had already finished their lunches. One member ordered dessert and myself and another ordered cappuccinos. The coffees came after the bill came and our fellow employee had finished her dessert. The waiter seemed oblivious to the errors and never even checked on us. I think the owner was the one who brought our coffees.
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