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The Best Italian Restaurants In San Francisco
Our 21 favorite places for Italian in San Francisco.
Che Fico is a trendy Italian restaurant in NoPa where you can have an excellent meal—if you order strategically.
Sotto Mare Oysteria and Seafood Restaurant
Sotto Mare is an Italian seafood spot in North Beach serving gigantic bowls of cioppino.
The Depot Restaurant
The Depot Restaurant is an Italian restaurant in Sonoma where you should eat squid-ink tagliatelle.
Ristorante Allegria serves fresh pasta in an old bank building that's perfect for big groups.
Bistro Don Giovanni
Make a reservation at Bistro Don Giovanni to eat excellent homemade pasta with vineyard views.
Swing by this Italian deli and market in Nob Hill for well-stuffed sandwiches, snacks, and wine.
Sorella is an Italian restaurant in Nob Hill with solid pastas that attract the fleece vest-wearing crowd.
For excellent thin-crust pizza and frequently-changing specials, head to Pizzetta 211 in the Richmond.
Il Casaro Pizzeria & Mozzarella Bar
Il Casaro is an Italian spot in the Castro we rely on for weeknight dinners and Happy Hours. Their Neapolitan pizzas are solid, but sometimes inconsistent.
Fiorella Sunset is an Italian spot for wood-fired pizza and pasta in the Inner Sunset.
Norcina is a Cal-Ital spot in the Marina serving creative handmade pastas and pillowy Neapolitan pies.
Barzotto, a pasta and wine spot in the Mission, checks all of the boxes we want in a reliable, reasonably priced neighborhood spot.
Don't come with your torches and pitchforks, but, dare we say...Delfina is not that exciting?
Piccino is a neighborhood staple in the Dogpatch serving Italian-inspired pizzas and pastas inside of a quaint yellow Victorian.