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In season, there's a white truffle tasting menu that'll run ya 5, there's a regular three-courser that's much less costly (relatively speaking) at , but oh, the joy of the splurge for a seafood risotto and downright thrilling corn cappellacci that manage to channel the taste profile of corn more than biting into a cob.Whatever the dish, passionate diners now approve of the bold spins on Italian going on here; who doesn’t like a bourbon-caramel semifreddo?Power ballers will celebrate at the spectacularly renovated Quince, which probably would be among the top five gastronomic destinations in all of Italy, not just this city.It’s now only prix fixe, which means no choices within courses, so don’t bring your picky friends. Quince's Michael Tusk lets his hair down 20ft away at Cotogna and chances are you’ll go there more often, unless your start-up just finished a round of Series B funding.
The outdoor patio and hidden entrance are enough to be entranced by Sociale -- but luckily the food and wine are just as majestic.
All the tourists on the Hyde St cable car are right to head to Seven Hills for the most iconic pasta dish in the city: the ravioli uovo.
Made with brown butter, ricotta, and a liquid farm egg yolk center that explodes dramatically when punctured, it’s basically the most heart attack-inducing Italian classic dish.
You can thank A16 for the meatball craze that forced pork belly into the cupboard during the late 2000s.
You can also thank A16 for getting SF hooked on burrata with olive oil and sea salt, chocolate budino with sea salt, and blissful, not complicated but not mundane pastas like the house-favorite maccaronara with ragu Napoletana (no sea salt, but still delicious).
Sure Rome famously has seven hills, but San Francisco has (depending on who you ask) anywhere from 42 to several hundred.