629 Cortland Ave, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9411037.739045 -122.415408
Sat: 3pm-11pm, Sun: 3pm-10pm, Mon-Fri: 4pm-11pm
Neighborhoods: Bernal Heights, Central East
HAPPY HOUR!!! – $4 prosecco and lambrusco (a red sparkling wine) and $3 beers. Also, 1/2 price AMAZING homemade lasagnas (I think they always have a vegetarian option) and baked gnocchi... SOOOOO GOOOOD! We had a total of 8 glasses of prosecco (4 each, at 4 bucks each, why not?)
I'll be back, and it's daily, i think 4-7pm
Vino Rosso is Delightful – The place is cozy, and the owners are wonderful. The Italian wines and food yummy. Want a friendly place off the beaten path, where everyone is friendly, away from all the madness? This is for you and you and you!
Slice of Little Italy! NICEST Owners - great selection of Italian wines – When I am not at the Wild Side West down the street, for a totally different vibe, I go to Vino Rosso. It's great in the sense that the owners make you feel totally welcome and spend a lot of time with you finding out your preferences, etc. before making a wine recommendation. Also, what's interesting is that, I am child-free but this place is super child friendly. The owners usually have their baby hanging out in the back and encourage the mostly neighborhood crowd to bring their own babies. Sounds wierd but it's actually pretty cool. Just like Bernal! Oh, and you can also buy any wine you imbibe to go (which is a good way to save some $$$ once you've found what you like!)
great vino!...good pasta!...great service!!! – for a small place, the people at VinoRosso carry themselves with great professionalism and the care of a "mom-and-pop" kinda place.
The variety of wines they have are trendy but well picked, and if you add to that the personalize attention this people give you, you can imagine what a cozy place this is. Go ahead!..try it, you'll love it.
Proudly Italian neighborhood wine bar in Bernal Heights. – In Short
This tiny corner boite is bright and lively, with for about 16 people. A wooden display case of select wines (roughly 80 percent Italian varietals, the rest local) covers one wall, and wee two- and four-top tables on a clay floor are lit by floor-to-ceiling windows. Husband-and-wife owners Vega and Giuseppe Manna craft stuzzichini (nibbles such as olives, figs and almonds), cheese and salami plates, salads and one housemade pasta daily to go with the wines.
Authentic Italian winebar – This is one of the best wine bars I've been to. The owners are running it and one is from Italy. They really know their wine. The sample is a great deal - $9 for three 2oz samples. They had some excellent and pricey bottles open last time that we got to sample. The ambience is great, the customers are happy and relaxed and friendly. I tried the pasta dish once and it was good. The tiramisu was nothing to write home about, so I think they should work on that. This is a great place to go hang out with friends or even just to chill on your own. It's also a great date spot too as it has romantic appeal.
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