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Uva Enoteca
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 5–10PM
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568 Haight St San Francisco, CA 94117
568 Haight StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
$$Italian Restaurant, Pizza RestaurantToday 5–10PM
Monday 5–10PMTuesday 5–11PMWednesday 5–11PMThursday 5–11PMFriday 5–11:30PMSaturday 11AM–11:30PMSunday 11AM–10PM
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Enoteca serving Italian small plates & wine in a cozy space with exposed-brick walls & wood accents.- Google
"Great selection of wines and tasty food, just wish they had more pasta options."
"Good food, very friendly service, a bit loud, but very nice atmosphere."
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James Preston
a month ago
I do love the idea of lots of small dishes brought out in many stages over the course of a meal, sampling a range of different flavors. That was very nice. It was also cramped and loud and rushed. If I'm going to be treated to a European-style dinner with small plate after plate after plate, they really shouldn't start getting stacked on top of each other because they are coming out too quickly and the table is too small for all of them. REALLY delicious food, and very friendly staff...
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Rob Struck
3 weeks ago
Great flavors! Wine list is arcane though, and the service is not the friendliest.
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Richard Offermann
a month ago
Had the 2-eggs sandwich + coffee for breakfast. Good food, very friendly service, a bit loud, but very nice atmosphere.
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Julien Schléret
6 months ago
Love the cheese and charcuterie platters, who knew goat cheese with honey would be that delicious?? Amazing wine collection too, loved that place!
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Samantha Berg
3 months ago
Super disappointing experience here. Wandered in on a Monday night because I was in the neighborhood and my intended destination was closed. It was happy hour still and my friend was craving Italian food, so we were psyched. We were seated immediately, right next to the open door, on a drafty and breezy evening. The server didn't offer to close the door, and while the temperature ended up being ok, it would have been a nice gesture to offer. We then sat, for nearly 15-20 minutes, without any sign of a server to welcome us, give recommendations, or take an order. Eventually our server arrived and we each ordered the happy hour wine, her white, me red. The wine arrived and the red was positively corked. It smelled stringent, it tasted like vinegar, and the color was slightly off. I asked the server about it, saying it tasted funky and did she know if that was intended or if the wine was off. She poured herself some from the same bottle and told me it was fine, then told me I could have something else, and pointed me towards other wines on the menu. I wasn't convinced the wine was good, but ok. I would have at least expected an apology or offering to lower the price of another glass to the happy hour price, but she completely stood by it, and instead, offered me a class over twice the price. I settled for the happy hour white instead. After the wine fiasco, we ordered a margherita pizza and the burrata and asparagus dish. Margherita pizza: 3-stars. A decently sized pizza, roughly 12", with fresh basil and mozzarella. Absolutely fine, unremarkable, nothing to write home about margherita pizza. Burrata: 2-stars. The plate was absolutely covered in parsley, to the point of almost being offensive. There was nearly no burrata underneath the 4-5 asparagus stalks and the entire dish was slightly watery, then showered in breadcrumbs at the ends of the plate. I would have liked a nice, creamy pile of burrata complemented by asparagus with a light dusting of parsley instead of this puddled mess. Despite the fact that other tables had bread and butter, we didn't receive any. I requested bread and it was brought, but without any butter or olive oil. I don't know if the service was poor because of the wine incident, or just because that's the norm, but all in all, I felt disappointed in spending my money here. On the bright side, thanks to happy hour, four glasses of wine, a pizza, and the starter only came to $54 before tip. I definitely won't be headed back here.
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Shenglong Gao
5 months ago
The food was in general very good, and they had a Cabernet that was fantastic. The dessert lost them a star though - go get dessert elsewhere.
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Jay Kornder
a month ago
Cozy spot for Italian. Great selection of wines and tasty food, just wish they had more pasta options.
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Vivian Chan
11 months 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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