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Farina Pizza & Cucina Italiana
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 10:00 pm
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700 Valencia St San Francisco, CA 94110
700 Valencia StUSCASan Francisco94110
$$Italian Restaurant, European RestaurantToday 12:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 12:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 10:00 pm
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Sleek spot open morning till late at night offers everything from cappuccinos to wood-fired pies.- Google
People talk about margherita when trying, neapolitan, outdoor seating, thin crust and tiles
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Adrian Sanchez
reviewed 2 months ago
Great latest find on trendy Valencia St. The pasta is fantastic, the food in general is very good and it was expected as their restaurant is also great. It's good to have the option of a more casual setting, decor is pretty awesome and location is perfect. Definitely going back there soon..
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Kassaundra Gutierrez-Thompson
reviewed 5 months ago
Ok so its a pretty restaurant, especially the bathroom. Love those teal tiles. Our waiter was great and a little flirty, as it always should be in an Italian restaurant. I like that you can have either still or sparkling for house water, and they give you a pitcher of both so you dont have to wait for them to refill. I went with a group of four, and three of us ordered pizza. Two of our pizzas and the pasta dish came out at the same time, and like 8 minutes after we ordered. super quick. The fourth pizza came out in another 8-10 minutes. We were all being polite and waited till the fourth's pizza arrived to start eating, and unfortunately our pizzas were pretty cold by the time we had our second slice. It was our choice to wait to eat, but they really should have ensured all dinners came out at the same time. The waiter knew we weren't doing family style and sharing plates. It wasn't the end of the world, but when you're paying almost $20 for a pizza, it should be warm. I've now been to both Farinas and they make pretty restaurants, but i've been underwhelmed by both when it comes to their food.
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Andy Wong
reviewed 7 months ago
Food and service was fine but nothing would bring me back. I prefer Pizzeria Delfina. -Buccatini with rabbit ($17). It was good, not great. -Capricciosa pizza ($22) it was pretty good but felt it was a bit over priced. Pizzeria Delfina would charge $18 for something similar and equally good. -Risottino ai frutti di mare alla pescatora ($17) was the best dish we had. They didn't have any non-alcoholic housemade drinks. You can easily have a better experiece at Pizzeria Delfina.
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Marie T. Fisher
reviewed 4 months ago
Definitely not the best pizza in SF, but it's convenience to Valencia shopping at it's by the Farina team, so you know that it's authentic and the ingredients are high quality. The pizzas are thin crust and doused with oil, so if that's not your thing, take note. The atmosphere is light and airy, and the prime corner location makes for plenty of space.
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Lilian Tellez
reviewed 2 months ago
The thin crust pizza is delicious, so crispy and light. Go and try the margheritta. Even when is one of the most humble options, it's the best.
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Sarah Claxton Deming
reviewed 6 months ago
The pizza crust is just too thin! You have to eat it with a knife and fork. The decor and atmosphere of the restaurant is nice, but I'd rather go around the corner to Pizzeria Delfina to get a better slice of pizza.