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We're talking straight-up red sauce joints, Northern Italian and Sardinian, Cal-Ital and pastry shops, as well as high-end, gastronomic contemporary Italian destinations.There are literally hundreds of Italian options to choose from, so naturally we’ve found the best across the city and listed them all here.Quince's Michael Tusk lets his hair down 20 feet away at Cotogna, and chances are you’ll go there more often...unless your start-up just finished a round of Series B funding.Cotogna is no second fiddle little sibling though -- sit at the counter in front of the pizza oven, the hottest seat in the city (not in terms of trendiness, but rather temperature). The plum tomatoes and a jolt of garlic at Delfina add life to idyllic, al dente pasta.Not that it’s bad in any way, but don’t come here for pizza (go here for the pizza); you want the pastas (looking at you, ), the starters (constantly changing vegetable or herb sformato), and any grilled meat dish will blow you away. The roast chicken rivals Zuni and Nopa, but Delfina’s version is maybe the best in these parts, and even more noteworthy with mashed potatoes sitting in a pint of olive oil alongside it.And while no one likes to make a decision based on price, it is worth nothing there’s a very, very big difference between Cotogna and its sister restaurant. Delfina is a glowing San Francisco mainstay, pre-dating the ,000 one bedroom rents and hipsters, smartphones and out of control Instagrammers, and one of the few popular restaurants in SF that's actually worth the near-mandatory table reservation 30 days in advance.
Its owners worked with Mario Batali and at Brooklyn’s definitive neighborhood restaurant, Franny’s, while recently added Chef Dante Cecchini is well-known from his days at Marlowe.
That being said, we hope the raviolo isn’t gone forever.
San Francisco doesn’t have a lot of elegant restaurants where people dress for the occasion, but the powerful people need somewhere to go, and this stylish three Michelin-starred restaurant fits the (very expensive) bill.
The compact menu also offers a couple of non-pasta dishes (boards of veggies, a roasted half chicken, or a crackling pork roast), but the pasta is where it’s at.
The wine selection is also carefully curated, but very accessible, and you never have to worry about price, because every glass is and every bottle is .
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