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Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
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2355 Chestnut Street San Francisco, CA 94123
2355 Chestnut StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94123
$$$Restaurant, Italian Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Our restaurant shares a name with the highway that runs from Naples to Canosa, Puglia. True to our namesake, we gather our inspiration from southern Italy, particularly Campania, the region surrounding Naples. Chef Rocky Maselli oversees the menu, which features fresh pasta, house-butchered and house-cured meats and authentic Neapolitan pizza. Complementing the rustic menu, Wine Director/owner Shelley Lindgren selects wines that highlight the indigenous grapes from Campania and nearby regions.
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Bustling Italian eatery dispensing Neapolitan pizza, housemade pasta & more from an open kitchen.- Google
"Wine selection is phenomenal and the wine bar & service was top-notch."
"The squid ink pasta was really good."
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Moshe Mortensen
in the last week
The food...For my first visit, I brought two hungry guys with me, and we were in the mood for burgers. They delivered! Delicious! We had a Bacon Cheeseburger, a "Dude," and a Mushroom Swiss. All were very good looking' burgers, and served fresh and hot. No complaints here, a solid burger! I enjoyed my hot out of the grease tots,
Elissa Friedman
a month ago
Amateur service at the bar. Bartenders whipping each other with bar towels while ignoring customers. Bartenders not particularly knowledgeable or willing to help in wine selection. The food was, as always, top notch. But bar experience left us feeling we were dining at a fraternity party.
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Bryson Shellito
11 months ago
Best pizza ever! Secret menu item "The Widowmaker" is amazing. Ask your server about it. The meatballs are pricey, but excellent. Only on Monday's I think. Fantastic Wine List Hard to get in between 7-9
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Melissa Dailey
a year ago
This review is solely on the food- not the service. This place is so highly rated that I still can't believe I had such a horrible experience there. Everything was salty, except the water and the wine, but everything else was salty.. E VE R Y T H I N G. We didn't order dessert because we thought even that they would manage to make salty. We waited 15 minutes for the drinks and bread to arrive. Yes, 15 minutes for wine and bread. There is no reason for this, they were not slammed, there was no wait to get the table, and the wine wasn't a mixed cocktail. The waitress simply forgot about us. I ordered the "Margherita pizza" and the "mixed roast of watson farm lamb". The pizza was ridiculously salty- my boyfriend and I laughed out loud over how salty it was- it was too salty to be true. It was like someone dumped a fistful of salt right in the middle of the pizza (not the outer areas and edges). Who does this? Who adds salt to a Margherita pizza? The lamb was also super salty- and lukewarm. The fatty part of the lamb was like rubber - chewy, cold, and impossible to slice with a knife. Btw- we were given knives so dull they were just like butter knives. No- your meat is not soft like butter is the EXACT opposite of that. I didn't finish my food. I drank my wine, and my boyfriend's wine. He ate everything because he was freaking starving. Again- my experience was sooooo bad, so unlike the reviews this place has that we even thought maybe someone in the kitchen REALLY hated us. However, I am not giving this place a second chance. We came her to celebrate our anniversary and the food was soooo disappointing I would have preferred to eat meatballs from Ikea. We spent $100+ in the most comically disgusting meal. It was a terrible experience the food + the service. Never again.
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Samantha Berg
3 months ago
Came here on a Friday group as a group of 4. We had an 8:00 reservation and we were seating immediately. The place was bigger than expected inside and it seemed fairly busy and bustling. We started with a bottle of white wine at the recommendation of our waitress. That was where the good service ended, though. Once we asked for bread and chili oil, we started getting some serious attitude, as if those requests were incredibly demanding and outlandish. Thank goodness the food was good. The bread was fluffy but had some heavier flavors, almost like olive, to it. I couldn't get enough of it. The chili oil was perfectly spicy, more so than expected, and was perfect on the bread, pizza crust, and basically everything. We started with the salumi, the burrata, and the summer squash salad. The salumi had three types of meat, an 'nduja served on bread, a prosciutto, and some kind of loaf style meat. The last one was my least favorite, but the other two were really good, especially the 'nduja. The burrata was perfectly creamy with sea salt on top, and I could have eaten this for days. I didn't try the bread that was served with it, as I prefer soft bread to toast, but the cheese was just awesome. The squash summer salad was light and refreshing and perfect for the sunny day we had Friday. The pecorino on top added a nice creamy factor, and the squash and other veggies were flavorful and crispy without being heavy. The olives added good substance and fat without weighing down the salad, and the mint tasted just like summer. We ordered a bottle of red wine and two pizzas, the salsiccia and the funghi. Both were good, the funghi was better, but neither was outstanding. The spring onion on the salsiccia was overwhelming but the mushrooms on the funghi were well cooked and the flavors all went together nicely. Oddly, the pizzas were served completely uncut with a pair of scissors. While I appreciate being able to cut slices to your own size, it was messy and would have been nice to get at least a light pre-cutting. For four of us, with tax and tip, we each paid about $55. While I enjoyed the meal, it wasn't as awesome as I wanted it to be, especially the pizzas. I'd like to come back and try some more of the small plates, but I probably won't be running back.
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Andres Nunez
4 months ago
Perfect Spring Lunch! Great wine selection, the salad was as fresh and delicious as it was just put together from the garden
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Neeraj Bhope
a year ago
The squid ink pasta was really good. They also gave us a caramel gelato complimentary for some reason. Although the fig crostata could have been less sweet it went really well with the fennel gelato it is served with.
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luan le
a year ago
great italian place if you are ever in the marina. it is always crowded so be sure to make a reservation. large wine selection and a lively front bar area. make sure you go on monday for Meatball Monday Night. Their pizzas are excellent too. make sure you add on burrata cheese.


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