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Today 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
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330 1st St #1 San Francisco, CA 94105
330 1st Street #1USCaliforniaSan Francisco94105
$$Pizza Restaurant, Wine Bar
Pizza Restaurant
Wine Bar
Cocktail Bar
Californian Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Chic American restaurant known for its wood-fired pizzas, with an attached wine store.- Google
"It's a great plate to share with someone else over bottomless mimosas!"
"Nice restaurant/wine bar for a date or catch up with friends."
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Aleece Germano
11 months ago
Nice place to enjoy a great glass of wine in SOMA at a reasonable price. The wait staff seemed nervous and a little on the cold side. The spicy fries we had as a snack were great. The pizza was average.
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Peggy Weintrub
11 months ago
i was pretty underwhelmed by this place. i had Harvest Pasta- which had an ok, but undistinguished sauce and i had to look hard for the vegetables which were supposed to be in it. so basically-$28 for a big plate of pasta that was not at all special. heard the brussel sprouts were a delicious side, so tried them and they were over salted and kind of greasy. the wine list is ok for bottles, but very limited for by the glass choices. with only one glass of wine each, 2 pasta dishes (didn't taste my friends) and the brussel sprouts- it was $100.00 (including good tip, service was nice). this didn't include starters, coffee, dessert…. i think it was just a waste. there are places you can have a wonderful dinner for that.
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Devin Ramdutt
a year ago
I have been living near by for about three and a half years and I used to love this place. It really had a local feel and I knew the staff and they used to have all you can eat pizza Sunday dinner. I think more recently they have become a lot more successful so a lot of the promotions such as all you can eat pizza Sunday is gone, and the new management hadn't retained a lot of the older staff from a few years ago so I don't find myself going there much anymore. However, I shouldn't allow their success and my negative response to it influence my review on their food, which is still very good. I went there for brunch a few weeks ago and it was about a 3/5 for value and taste (a little expensive). I haven't had their pizzas in the past 12 months, but the last time I did, they were awesome. I'd say a 4/5 and about $20 for a large (feeds two). Get the Salciccia or the Local pizzas.
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Hailey Crowel
a year ago
I popped by here a few days after a friend recommended it as a good spot post-work. And she was right. It's tucked away down 1st, a street packed on a weeknight with people trying to cross the bay bridge. I must have passed by this place so many times without having seen it! The wine by the glass selection is quite good. A friend and I split the burrata as an app, and it's perfect - creamy and rich with just a bit of chili spice. I had a pizza special for dinner while my friend had the lamb pasta. Overall, the mains were good - not out of this world, but they get the job done. Local Kitchen hits all the right notes on a Monday night when you just need a glass of wine and some Italian to ease you back into the work week.
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Mike Croswell
4 months ago
Karen really knows her wines. She'll also let you enjoy it in peace. This is a nice place to take a date.
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Jenny Gossett
a year ago
We started out going for all you can eat pizza, then 1/2 price pizza, now...well I think the deals are over. Don't like the brunch. Service is always just ok. Great wine list and I would like to try the other options on the dinner menu. Definitely higher prices than what I would expect at a local neighborhood spot.
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Praful Gupta
a year ago
Love this place! Excellent ambiance for a date night or just fun hanging out with a few people. Its close to the where I live and their pizza tastes pretty good. Their bar is also fully stocked. They do label themselves as a wine bar and merchant but they also serve spirits and cocktails. FYI they sell their wine bottles and some are priced pretty competitively to local package stores.
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Tina C
a year ago
My friend took me here for lunch and we both had the lobster and shrimp roll. We both wished there was more lobster meat in the roll but both agreed that their french fries were done quite well! It wasn't overly fried or greasy and had the right amount of bite to it. I saw other patrons ordering the wood fire pizzas which looked pretty good. Service was great and the prices were reasonable for being around the Financial District - though the restaurant is a bit hidden from the main streets. Cute little place and I can see it being a great spot for business lunches/dinner, casual date nights or dinner with friends.
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