56 "Italian" Restaurants in San Francisco.
Seven Hills is an Italian neighborhood spot between Nob and Russian Hills that makes good pasta, but everything else is hit-or-miss.
Perbacco is an Italian restaurant in the Financial District that’s perfect for impressing clients from out of town.
Sotto Mare is a classic Italian seafood spot in the middle of North Beach.
This East Bay institution has been making excellent Chicago-style deep-dish pizza since 1983.
If you’re in Mission Bay, Casey’s Pizza is a great neighborhood spot for pizza and a beer.
Head to Vinorosso, a small Italian wine bar in Bernal Heights, for great wine and small plates.
Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack in Bernal Heights does amazing old-school Italian in a space that feels like a 1990s time capsule.
Vega Pizzeria is a Bernal Heights Italian restaurant serving cheesy baked rigatoni and rich gnocchi boscaiola in an intimate space.
Long Bridge Pizza Co. is a neighborhood restaurant in the Dogpatch that makes great sourdough pizza.
The Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville is like a theme park in the middle of a museum, and it's a great place to spend an afternoon exploring.
Mama in Oakland’s Adams Point does a great three-course prix fixe Italian dinner that changes weekly.
Flour + Water Pizzeria in the Mission will make you happier than your childhood pizza party.
Che Fico Alimentari in Nopa is a lot smaller and darker than its older sibling restaurant upstairs, but the Italian food is just as good.
Tony’s Coal-Fired Pizza And Slice House is a quick counter-service version of Tony’s Pizza in North Beach.
Amarena is a small Italian spot in Russian Hill that’s great for dropping into on a weeknight for some solid pasta.