57 "Italian" Restaurants in San Francisco.
Barzotto, a pasta and wine spot in the Mission, checks all of the boxes we want in a reliable, reasonably priced neighborhood spot.
An ambitious restaurant, and a good one at that. SPQR is making a run at the San Francisco pasta crown, mostly with ingredients we can’t pronounce.
With great water views and a firepit, Bar Bocce in Sausalito could probably get away with having average food. But the food - in particular, the pizzas - make this place worth a visit.
Zero Zero is a perfectly efficient pizza factory. Bring a big group for negronis, soft serve, and quality pies.
A16 in the Marina turns out some great pizza - and you can actually get a reservation.
Don't come with your torches and pitchforks, but, dare we say...Delfina is not that exciting?
Delarosa is a neighborhood institution in the Marina for pizza, salads, and epic people watching.
Piccino is a neighborhood staple in the Dogpatch serving Italian-inspired pizzas and pastas inside of a quaint yellow Victorian.
We can always rely on Cotogna in the Financial District for an excellent upscale Italian meal.
For a casual last-minute dinner in the Marina, The Italian Homemade Co. is a solid option.
Firenze by Night is super old-school Italian in North Beach - in the very best way.