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Uva Enoteca
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 – 11:00 PM
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568 Haight St San Francisco, CA 94117
568 Haight StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
$$Italian Restaurant, Pizza RestaurantToday 5:00 – 11:00 PM
Thursday 5:00 – 11:00 PMFriday 5:00 – 11:30 PMSaturday 11:00 AM – 11:30 PMSunday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMMonday 5:00 – 10:00 PMTuesday 5:00 – 11:00 PMWednesday 5:00 – 11:00 PM
A Taste of Little Italy on Haight Street!

Inspired by Italy's casual neighborhood enotecas: Uva Enoteca features honest Italian food & a distinctive wine list that spans the range of Italian producers.

All of our produce is sourced locally, while all of our sauces, oils, & wine are imported from Italy. 

We also offer group dining packages for 10-30 guests
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Enoteca serving Italian small plates & wine in a cozy space with exposed-brick walls & wood accents.- Google
"Nice selection of Italian reds and their meat and cheese plate is awesome."
"Happy Hour is really good too."
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Vivian Chan
a month ago
Came for date night on the last day of DAT Jan 2013. He had the boar bolognese and I had the DAT menu: cheese board, margarita pizza, chocolate bundino, and prosecco. I'd say the most memorable thing, sadly (see below reasoning), was the cheeseboard...except the pickles, which were a tad too vinegary. I feel guilty about this: Is it bad that while eating the pizza I kept thinking of Delfina crust? And that when we were eating the boar bolognese we kept thinking about SPQR's version? Slightly unfair, I know, since they're on different levels, but couldn't help but shake it out of our minds. All in all--it's fine food, but for a special occasion (and have the time to wait..), I'd make the case to head towards lower pac heights for a better version..
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Andy vague
a week ago
Love this place is happy hour and believe it or not I come here for coffee late night
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Stephen Smith
10 months ago
A very nice Italian gem in Haight. The pizza is really good here but the pasta is great so avoid the temptation to go with the old reliable and try anything from the pasta menu. The Bolognese or the Rigatoni here are particularly good and as boring as it sounds the salads to start here are simple but great which I always feel is a good barometer of quality Italian food. The wine menu is simple but decent.
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Annabelle Shapiro
3 months ago
Amazing food and really helpful waiters!
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Jessica Pfund
4 months ago
Boar bolognese was surprisingly good. Roast chicken however was disappointing. Cozy ambiance but very few pastas and dishes in general in the menu. Overall, kind of so-so.
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Johnny Chau
9 months ago
The ambiance is great. The service is great. The cheese and meat platters were great. Everything else was just OK. The service staff here is very friendly and knowledgeable. The recommendations they made were usually spot on. The cheese sampling was awesome. I love the honey truffle with one of the nuttier cheeses (I forget the name of it). And pairing it with some of the smokier cuts of meat was delish. Unfortunately that was the highlight of the night. I hate to only give Uva Enoteca 3 stars, but the entrees weren't that great. The pastas weren't as flavorful as I'd like. Perhaps the dishes were prepared a certain style and I'm not just a fan of that style, but the sauces seemed a little bland to me. No one at our table particularly like it either, so perhaps we're all uncultured in the ways of classic italian. The pizzas weren't too tasty either. They were very simple, which can be good when properly executed, and didn't stand out like the cheese and meats. Overall, Uva Enoteca is a nice place with a great ambiance and I would definitely go there for happy hour for snacks, but I wouldn't eat dinner there.
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Tristan Hale
4 months ago
Pretty good food, and a huge wine list. A little overpriced for what it is.
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Antonio Otero
a year ago
Go to safeway and buy pasta, prego sauce, bottle of wine, maybe a candle. It will be better. Ordered Bolognese where the pasta was undercooked and sauce was dry. Other person had a lasagna that was piping hot on outside but still FROZEN inside. Waiter was not shocked when we complained or apologetic so perhaps not the first time. Came back nice and nuked. Fabulous. As for the great reviews of the wine and antipasti I have this to say: The cheese plate and wine were fine; the kitchen was able to handle those items.
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