San Francisco, CA
A little more hip than the red-checkered-tablecloth kind of Eye-talian joints, Bacco serves up Cal-Ital food with a slightly retro-90s flair. Clean favors and reasonable prices make it a neighborhood gem.
1000 Guerrero St, San Francisco
Great place to hang out and have a drink and a bite to eat.
will go there again.
4288 24th St, San Francisco
Still serving food of the '90s. In a good way. This is one of our regular special occasion spots.
3945 24th St, San Francisco
In a city where there are so many great restaurants to chose from this one has one consistent theme.. BAD SERVICE.
I had all the same experiences you will read in every review.…
291 30th St, San Francisco
If you want classic, authentic Italian food (Sardinian, to be exact) executed to PERFECTION, head to La Ciccia and order... well, anything. From handmade pasta, to house-baked…
1551 Dolores St, San Francisco
Outdoor seating + great wine and beer + all-day eating + wifi = me staying here for 7+ hours on more than one occasion. Fantastic little pizzas, the best chicken salad... and don't…
1500 Church St, San Francisco
they have great food great place to eat you should go there it rocks you should go there now or you are a weny
1320 Castro St, San Francisco
It would not be an exaggeration to say I've eaten at Contigo a couple hundred times. I've even gone so far as to bring a group of friends and eat every item on the menu, all…
4026 24th St, San Francisco
This place is for people from the Marina and Walnut Creek, who feel like doing something "different" and find the Mission scene too scary. And it's loud dance music, not lounge…
1007 Guerrero St, San Francisco
Absolutely best Indian food I have ever had in the city. Amazing chicken and paneer tikka masala dishes. Wonderful service, cozy atmosphere. Delicious!
Chocolate Covered. Hands down, the best variety of fine chocolate in town and a great place for gifts. Ask for a sample and you will always get something amazing.… read more
Le Zinc. Le Zinc is everyone's favorite neighborhood French restaurant. They do the classics very well, but the real reason to go is their lovely and relaxing brunch, inside or out on their tiny, sun-dappled patio. There are all sorts of egg dishes you're not likely to find elsewhere, and a tasy Algerian pastry called Brik which is as tasty as it is unique.… read more