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Italian Restaurant$$
Today 5:30 pm – 1:00 am
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1199 Valencia St San Francisco, CA 94110
1199 Valencia StUSCASan Francisco94110
$$Italian Restaurant, Pizza RestaurantToday 5:30 pm – 1:00 am
Monday 5:30 pm – 1:00 amTuesday 5:30 pm – 1:00 amWednesday 5:30 pm – 1:00 amThursday 5:30 pm – 1:00 amFriday 5:30 pm – 1:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 1:00 am
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Handcrafted pizzas, small bites & unique cocktails keep this trendy spot hopping.- Google
People talk about burrata, bartenders, cocktail menu, squid ink risotto and eggplant caponatina
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Paul Volk
reviewed a week ago
Only been here once but I'm coming back soon! The ambiance is pretty standard hipster/rustic; it's loud and casual; I'm down. I started at the bar with an Improved Whiskey Cocktail, then I had two more with dinner. As a rye drinker looking for a strong whisky drink, it was awesome! For apps, we got broccolini with calabrese chili and garlic (solid -- get it), and the bruschetta walnut bread with truffle honey, 'cause why not (yup, you're getting that too). For the main, we got the Sausage pizza which was good, but honestly I'd try something more unique next time. The service was quick and our server was super nice and not pushy or rushing us out the door. Good food, good location, good drinks, good service. Come here; enough said.
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Sarah Bonta
reviewed in the last week
Delicious cocktails, and great food options for both brunch and dinner. They're also very accommodating of special diets. They don't take reservations and tend to get very busy, so go on early or plan to get a drink at the bar while you wait (which isn't such a bad option!).
Robyn Hylind
reviewed a month ago
I've been here a few times and love everything I've tried. The broccoli pancetta pizza is to die for. Great atmosphere, request a table downstairs for a more private experience.
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Max Heinritz
reviewed 2 months ago
I went here for Wednesday dinner with a friend. I dislike waiting for tables so I'd been avoiding this place even though I'd heard good things. Fortunately, we were seated immediately because we were willing to take a table outside even though it was kind of cold. At least they had some heaters. We ordered a few starters. The prosciutto was extremely thinly sliced. Flavorful yet light -- my favorite type of dish. The liver crostini was too rich for my taste, though each bit was tasty the sum of it felt a little heavy in my stomach and on the tongue. The kale caesar was probably my favorite appetizer. Crisp, cool. For our main we had the mushroom pizza plus sausage. It was thin crust (of course) and delicious. Overall, I thought the meal was good value. I enjoyed the ambiance outside. The inside seemed like it would have been too loud for me. I really like the soft bistro lighting over the bar. The faux chandeliers with candle-shaped light bulbs were too much for me though. Update: went back for a work event. We had the whole basement area to ourselves. Very cool. 1500 minimum, I believe.
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Kim Nguyen
reviewed 5 months ago
My Take: hipster restaurant that actually has good food | The Vibe: a place to be seen | Special Dish: AMAZING Gnocchi, Brussel Sprouts, Meat Balls | Avoid Their: everything I've had has been amazing | Price Point: $12.00 - $15.00 per small dishes or pizzas | The Service: always been on point | Reservations: recommended as it can be rather pricey | FYI, FRIENDS: hit up their outdoors patio if you don't want to wait -- Eat up, Kimmie
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Kimberly Munoz
reviewed a month ago
Great pizza and amazing bartenders. The stuff on their cocktail menus are usually worth the $9, but I have a soft spot for their whisky sours and pisco sours.