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Cafe Pescatore
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 7:00 am – 9:30 pm
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2455 Mason St San Francisco, CA 94133
2455 Mason StUSCASan Francisco94133
(415) 561-1111cafepescatore.com
$$Italian Restaurant, Seafood RestaurantToday 7:00 am – 9:30 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmThursday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmFriday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Cafe Pescatore is the quintessential Italian cafe, situated between San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood and the famed Fisherman's Wharf.
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Tuscan-American spot with a focus on seafood & rustic yet chic decor, set in a Best Western hotel.- Google
People talk about crab ravioli, wharf area, tuscan inn, spaghetti bolognese and tourist trap
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Leia Fontenot
reviewed a year ago
This place was awesome! Considering all the options around...our hotel did a great job recommending it. The meal was catered to my every wish b\c what I wanted wasnt on the menu. The chef whipped it right up and it was better than I could have imagined. The service was beyond great! She was tentative and super friendly! I highly recommend the "hidden gem" to anyone that is looking to get away from the crowded bustle of San Francisco!
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John Smith
reviewed 11 months ago
I enjoyed my lunch here at Pescatore's. The food was excellent and the staff was very helpful and friendly. I would definitely come back. Here on business staying nearby, I didn't feel or see the "tourist trap" that others suggested. Recommended.
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Tim McAndrew
reviewed a year ago
I went on adventure yesterday to the North East quadrant of the city. Walked around and saw some of the touristy things that the Marina had to offer. We stopped at this little cafe, and thankfully we did, because the rain was coming down in buckets. It was about noon time and we decided to get some Easter brunch. I went with the simple 2 egg, hash browns and bacon. Though it wasn't anything to write home about the ingredients were very fresh down to the eggs. The Bloody Mary I had were very spicy, and if that isn't you things they can make them 'mild'. Over all it was a pretty forgettable place but still the food was good and the drinks had alcohol in them.
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Paul Maltby
reviewed a month ago
Great happy hour small plates for reasonable prices staff helpful and happy
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Corrie Davidson
reviewed a year ago
While I wouldn't go here for lunch due to the weak (in my opinion) menu, their brunch was great! Bottomless mimosas for $17 paired with a delicious crab benedict filled me up perfectly. The side of potatoes it came with were a little dry, but they were mixed with some really fresh peppers that salvaged them. If its your first time and you check-in on a certain popular app, they hook you up with a free Bianca Pizza that is quite tasty and a great shared appetizer or even a meal itself. The restaurant reminded me of New Orleans and there is some outdoor seating as well.
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Lynn H
reviewed a year ago
Convenient location close to where we were staying. The only other positive comment I have is that the bread they give you before your meal was the best thing I had to eat there. Food was mediocre & overpriced; service was less than mediocre. Instead of refilling our drinks (iced tea), our server was busy chatting with the bartender & wandering around. In fact, each of the servers & host passed our table a number of times ignoring us. Better pizza at Boudin down the street.
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