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The Best Restaurants in San Francisco

Designating a short list of the best restaurants in San Francisco means plucking from a multitude of award-winning spots. These include State Bird Provisions, which calls on California’s heritage and local bounty, and Montesacro SF, which imports traditional ingredients from Italy to give diners a taste true to the country it honors. Some neighborhoods are home to more options than others. SOMA and the Financial District feature in the list frequently. But, in almost every district within the Golden City, there’s either a hidden gem, a local staple, or a world-renowned restaurant that should be booked in advance.

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36 Restaurants
Updated November 01, 2021
Restaurants:State Bird Provisions, A16 - San Francisco, Campton Place
Price Range:$$$ - $$$$
Cuisines:Californian, Italian
Neighborhoods:Western Addition, Marina / Cow Hollow / Presidio, Downtown / Union Square
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State Bird Provisions

$$$$
Californian
Western Addition
4.7
2388 reviews
Serving unique American food since 2011, the iconic State Bird Provisions in the Western Addition provides diners with rustic, artful dishes bursting with color and richness, like red trout with a toasted hazelnut and orange-garum vinaigrette. Husband-and-wife co-owners and chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski operate a high-energy kitchen that vibrates onto the industrial-designed floor. Listed repeatedly in the MICHELIN Guide, the restaurant was the winner of two James Beard awards: Best New Restaurant in 2013 and Best Chef West in 2016. Tables are bookable up to 30 days in advance.

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A16 - San Francisco

$$$$
Italian
Marina / Cow Hollow / Presidio
4.5
4596 reviews
Boasting a cozy, lively trattoria-style setting, the celebrated A16 restaurant in the Marina serves dishes that take inspiration from classic Italian and Californian cuisine. But founding chef Christophe Hille and his successors have a legacy of venturing outside staple items with options like squid ink tonnarelli, which pays tribute to the Campania region of Italy. Paired with wines from the award-nominated wine list, it’s easy to see why it’s remained popular for years. A16, a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand 2021 spot, opened in 2004.

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Campton Place

$$$$
Californian
Downtown / Union Square
4.4
1676 reviews
Srijith Gopinathan, executive chef of the MICHELIN Star restaurant, Taj Campton Place in Union Square, has reached culinary excellence by using classical European techniques to craft Cal-Indian dishes. Plates like slow-roasted lamb paired with romano beans poriyal, kasundi, turmeric yogurt, and summer fruit pulao showcase the unique marriage of fresh Californian ingredients and southern Indian spices. And, with an elegant white-tablecloth setting, this is fine-dining at its best. Reservations are a must for this multi-award-winning and celebrated site. But stopping at the Bar and Bistro, which is first-come-first-serve, can let diners sample the creations without sitting down for a full multi-course meal.

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Buena Vida Cantina

$$$$
Contemporary Mexican
SOMA
4.6
82 reviews
Chef Erik Hopfinger has presented diners with unique dishes highlighting Northern Mexico’s most tantalizing flavors at Buena Vida Cantina since its opening in SOMA in May 2021. A casual, friendly atmosphere here invites casual dining. And dishes celebrate the sweet and spicy flavors from south-of-the-border; the cochinita pibil, a marinated slow-cooked pork shoulder with habanero and lime pickled onions—and habanero salsa on the side—is a hit. But the array of small plates gives hungry visitors a chance to try flavors from across the spectrum of this vibrant menu.

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Estiatorio Ornos a Michael Mina Restaurant San Francisco

$$$$
Greek
Financial District / Embarcadero
4.4
143 reviews
In September 2021, Estiatorio Ornos a Michael made its entrance to the San Francisco restaurant world to much fanfare. The casual dining spot located in Aventura is geared toward food with rich Greek heritage, and its namesake celebrity chef, Michael Mina, has teamed up with chefs Girair “Jerry” Goumroian and Nikolaos Georgousis to make the menus burst with flavors plucked from the San Francisco area. Many diners enjoy the stuffed vegetables ‘yemista,’ with calrose rice, herbs, and feta krema.

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KUSAKABE

$$$$
Sushi
Financial District / Embarcadero
4.8
343 reviews

Offering Kyoto-style omakase, KUSAKABE is a Japanese restaurant pioneered by owner and chef Mitsunori Kusakabe in May 2014. The MICHELIN Star restaurant ranks highly in San Francisco year after year. And with a prix fixe menu serving masterpieces like the jidori egg shell chawanmushi, a Japanese dashi egg custard paired with smoked trout caviar, it’s clear to see the unique draw this upscale spot has on diners. Dim lights and a clear sight into the kitchen entice throngs of people, so early bookings are encouraged.


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Wako Japanese Restaurant

$$$$
Japanese
Richmond District
4.8
706 reviews
Joyful, rustic and communal, with a surprisingly elegant menu, Wako Japanese has been exciting diners’ taste buds since 2014. The restaurant, located in the Richmond neighborhood, is listed in the MICHELIN Guide and is stewarded by executive chef Tomo Nakamura. It’s an intimate spot that puts seasonal ingredients on display in dishes that marry Japanese and Californian flavors. Both the chef’s choice and the à la carte options, like negi toro maki, a roll made of chopped bluefin tuna belly and green onions, are great options. Reservations are recommended and can be made for groups of four or fewer.

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Boulevard

$$$$
Californian
Financial District / Embarcadero
4.9
8368 reviews
Owner Nancy Oakes and executive chef Dana Younkin pay homage to Californian cuisine at this bistro-inspired upscale spot that features Golden State classics like wolfe quail—buttermilk fried quail with stone fruit, green beans, and sea beans. Opened in the Financial District in 1993, Boulevard offers a set menu in the recently revamped dining room and an à la carte option at the expanded bar and lounge and chef’s counter. There are multiple ways to enjoy its chic waterfront setting, the interior of which boasts hand-blown glass décor, artisanal mosaics, and iron work—craftsmanship to mirror the local ingredients.

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Maruya

$$$$
Japanese
Mission District
4.9
286 reviews
Originally serving only Tokyo-style sushi when it opened its doors in the Mission District in 2013, the menu at Maruya has evolved. Today, it caters to different palates by offering both sushi omakase and vegetarian omakase. When omakase menus are finished, there are sushi à la carte options, like hirame and ocean trout. Those who dine-in will find black and wood-wrapped walls frame the traditional restaurant, while a minimalist presentation delivers dynamic tastes created by chef Yuji Kikuchi. For spontaneous diners, bar seating is available.

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Spruce

$$$$
Contemporary American
Presidio Heights
4.8
4702 reviews
Dishes are presented with a focus on the art of the food on each plate served at Spruce in Presidio Heights since it opened in 2007. That same year, the restaurant was awarded "Best New Restaurant in America” by Esquire magazine. Under the stewardship of executive chef Mark Sullivan, the MICHELIN Star restaurant serves elegant fare, including a caviar service, as well as dishes like the honey-lacquered muscovy duck breast with forbidden rice, Tokyo turnips, and stone fruit gastrique. Suited-up wait staff and an elegant white-tableclothed dining room are met with a buzzing atmosphere that operates like clockwork, making the spot ideal for special occasions.

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Octavia

$$$$
Contemporary American
Pacific Heights
4.6
2197 reviews
Octavia opened its doors in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights in 2015, and is helmed by award-winning executive chef Melissa Perello of sibling restaurant Frances. The simple, country décor lets the food do the talking. And, with menu items that are both seasonal and regional, and prepared in an open-faced kitchen, it has a lot to say. The chef’s choice tasting menu will give diners a holistic experience, but à la carte options, such as the wild king salmon with cherry tomatoes and shelling beans in a tomatillo-jalapeño broth, are equally as pleasing.

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BISTRO 888

$$$$
Californian
SOMA
4.0
1800 reviews
Tucked into the InterContinental Hotel in SOMA, the Luce Restaurant served its first dish in 2010. The contemporary American food of this MICHELIN Star establishment is highlighted by the dining room’s vibrant décor, high ceilings, and intimate seating. Rich and eclectic dishes crafted under chef Rogelio Garcia abound on the robust menu, which offers either a nine-course tasting or à la carte choices, like the Japanese oak-grilled Australian wagyu with Tuscan kale, lobster mushroom, and oxtail ravioli. Whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, all meals are served with an inventive flair.

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The Progress

$$$$
Contemporary American
Western Addition
4.9
1825 reviews
Chefs and proprietors Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski, the husband-and-wife team of State Bird Provisions and The Anchovy Bar, opened the doors of The Progress in 2011. A buzzing banquet-style dining room situated in the stripped-down setting of a converted theater provides energy and entertainment to people looking to intrigue their taste buds with a variety of unexpected flavors; the Fillmore District restaurant serves up inventive fare like celery root ravioli with wilted escarole and lamb merguez paired with octopus and crispy squid.

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One Market Restaurant

$$$$
Contemporary American
Financial District / Embarcadero
4.6
4161 reviews
Executive chef Mark Dommen celebrates contemporary Californian cuisine at this spacious and elegant fine-dining spot tucked into the Financial District. Serenaded by tinkling piano keys upon entering, the friendly atmosphere is ideal for both the working lunch and more leisurely dinner crowds. And, since 1993, it has earned a handful of MICHELIN Stars. Dishes here, like the grilled flat iron steak with a bay leaf marinade, potato purée, sautéed spinach, and peppercorn sauce are layered works of art using fresh ingredients. With the backdrop of the Ferry Building and Bay Bridge, there is no mistaking this true-to-the-city experience.

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Frances

$$$$
Californian
The Castro
4.7
3319 reviews
A simple and intimate setting operates as the casual backdrop to owner and chef Melissa Perello’s contemporary Californian restaurant Frances, located in The Castro neighborhood. Opened in 2009 and named after Perello’s grandmother, Frances celebrates joyful, local flavors in dishes like the applewood-smoked bacon beignets paired with a maple chive crème fraiche. It’s regularly recognized as a can’t-miss restaurant, evidenced by its MICHELIN star and James Beard Awards nomination.

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Zuni Cafe

$$$$
Modern European
Civic Center / Hayes Valley / Van Ness
4.7
6946 reviews
An icon in the San Francisco food scene since 1979, Zuni Café has counted among its achievements the coveted James Beard Awards for Outstanding Restaurant in 2003 and Outstanding Service in 2018. The bi-level bustling bistro offers wood-fired fare that changes daily, but which frequently features classics like decadent cheeseburgers and a well-revered roasted chicken. Executive chef Nate Norris serves up his creative dishes to a large and crowded dining room that vibes to live piano entertainment.

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COQUETA - San Francisco

$$$$
Spanish
Financial District / Embarcadero
4.6
2889 reviews
Delightful and classic Spanish small dishes served at Coqueta highlight the rich tapestry of seafood fare made possible by this waterfront city—and at a waterfront restaurant. Feast on dishes such as pulpo a la parrilla (wood-grilled Spanish octopus) with pimentón confit potatoes, which is matched perfectly by the buzzing iron and wood rustic dining room. This scintillating spot, located at Pier 5 in the Financial District, opened doors in 2013 and was awarded a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand in 2021.

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Harborview Restaurant & Bar

$$$$
Chinese
Financial District / Embarcadero
4.5
822 reviews
Boasting a large, elegant dining room that accommodates a couple hundred diners, the Cantonese menu at Harborview in the Financial District is both uncomplicated and enticing. With dim sum and banquet items, options like the honey garlic sesame chicken, sautéed in honey garlic sauce and served with broccoli, transforms seemingly simple ingredients into a delicacy. For a wealth of dim sum options, lunch is an ideal time to visit Harborview. Opened in 2018, the restaurant is a MICHELIN Guide Bib Gourmand selection for 2021.

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Kokkari Estiatorio

$$$$
Mediterranean
Financial District / Embarcadero
4.9
8058 reviews
Chef Erik Cosselmon’s Mediterranean menu at Kokkari Estiatorio is comforting and intimate. Rich shareable plates, mezethes, and honey-coated desserts are both casual and elegant—and the white tablecloths along with a candle-lit intimate setting easily marks an evening here as a special occasion. The restaurant opened in the Financial District in 1998 and has been consistently ranked among the top fine-dining businesses in the city, even earning a spot as a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand for 2021.

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Z & Y Bistro Wine Bar Restaurant

$$$$
Contemporary Asian
Chinatown
4.5
23 reviews
Located on the same block as the original Z and Y Restaurant, this sibling bistro in Chinatown serves more contemporary Sichuan menu items, like the chef-recommended hot and numbing spicy beef jerky, which makes for an exciting night out. Chef Li Jun Han spearheads the kitchen at Z and Y Bistro and has sought to keep the dishes fresh and forward-thinking, using the fresh herbs and vegetables and organic meats that the city is known for. The unassuming façade and casual dining room let the artful dishes take center stage.

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Z & Y Restaurant

$$$$
Chinese
Chinatown
4.5
254 reviews
This original Chinatown favorite has been offering a Chinese fine-dining experience since 2008. The menu includes Sichuan offerings like the chicken with explosive chile pepper or the ox tripe with grilled spicy green pepper, but diners also enjoy the family combo special, which includes seven dishes to share, including crispy garlic crab and tea-smoked duck. Chef Li Jun Han has earned this hotspot a place on the 20201 MICHELIN Bib Gourmand list, demonstrated by its enduring popularity and well-known clientele.

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Farmhouse Kitchen Thai Cuisine

$$$$
Thai
Mission District
4.2
179 reviews
Eclectic and vibrant, Farmhouse Kitchen Thai in the Mission, fronted by executive chef Kasem "Pop" Saengsawang, is a bold take on Thai food that pushes the culinary envelope. With nightly specials such as fried grasshoppers and fresh ingredients in dishes like the Neua Yang Steak, a grilled Snake River Farm wagyu beef flank steak with spicy garlic Thai long bean, roasted rice sauce, 151 rum, and ginger rice, the food here is exciting and flavorful — earning it a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand for 2021.

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Sociale - San Francisco

$$$$
Italian
Presidio Heights
4.8
2182 reviews
Fusing Italian and California culinary traditions, chef Julio Mis of Sociale has etched out a menu that is elegant and satisfying. With twinkling lights and a chic European bistro vibe, dishes like seared scallops, served with a sweet pea purée and tomato jam, can set a romantic mood. Sociale has been serving as an ideal date-night spot in Presidio Heights since 2001 and has since been recognized on the MICHELIN Bib Gourmand 2021 list.

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Komaaj Kitchen

$$$$
Persian
Mission District
4.6
95 reviews
Family-style tables and a casual dining room mark the character of Komaaj Kitchen, which opened in 2019. The restaurant’s hearty Northern Iranian menu is focused, and it features forward-thinking fare, such as maahi zaferani—saffron- and olive oil-glazed boneless wild sardines with pickles and Sangak bread. Chef Hanif Sadr crafts each dish with fresh ingredients, letting the herbs and spices dazzle as he aims to bring Persian culinary delights to the Mission.

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The Anchovy Bar

$$$$
Seafood
Western Addition
4.7
547 reviews
One of the three restaurants under the stewardship of husband-and-wife co-owners and chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski, The Anchovy Bar offers a seafood-driven menu that takes advantage of the availability of small producers in the area. The casual Western Addition spot operates within a contemporary, industrial setting, and the dishes, which may vary from day to day, include delicacies like meyer lemon-miso clams with hodo soy yuba. The restaurant opened in 2020 and invites diners to enjoy their meals both indoors and outdoors.

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The Matterhorn Restaurant and Bakery

$$$$
Swiss
Marina / Cow Hollow / Presidio
4.8
338 reviews
With an eclectic vibe that feels like Black Forest meets American diner, The Matterhorn in the Marina serves as both a Swiss restaurant and bakery. The hearty menu, with ingredients that have been thoughtfully sourced, features fondues and comfort foods hailing from Europe—and it has been an institution in San Francisco for multiple decades. While it changed ownership in 2019, the restaurant has stayed true to its roots, with diners returning time and again.

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Lokma

$$$$
Turkish
Richmond District
4.8
541 reviews
In early 2018, Lokma, a Turkish and Mediterranean place in the Richmond District, opened its doors. With broad windows, brick walls, and contemporary seating, the spot offers a casual and unpretentious dining experience. Much of the excitement lies in the pages of the well-crafted menu designed by co-owners and executive chefs, Emre Kabayel and Neslihan Demirtas Kabayel. Small and big bites feature on the dinner menu, so curious eaters can experience a range of flavors, like those found in the turlu and couscous, a Turkish ratatouille with garlic yogurt, Israeli couscous, toasted almonds, and herbs.

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Sushi Hon

$$$$
Sushi
Mission District
4.6
389 reviews
Moody lighting, community tables, and an elegant setting offset the bright, but minimalist presentations at Sushi Hon. Opened in 2016 in the Mission, the restaurant’s omakase dishes can feature delicacies like madai kobujime, a kelp-cured red seabream. Here, diners can bring their own beer or wine, for a corkage fee, and focus their ordering energies on the decadent menu.

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Sushi Shio

$$$$
Japanese
Mission District
4.4
253 reviews
From executive chef Alex Kim, who also oversees the creations at Sushi Hon, Sushi Shio is a fine-dining Japanese restaurant that offers simple, preparation-focused dishes served omakase-style. Playing off clean and fresh ingredients, menu items like the chirashi bowl include a chef’s choice of eight pieces of seasonal fish, an egg omelet, and salmon caviar over rice. First opened in 2020 in the Mission, the restaurant has a minimalist dining room that lets the fish shine.

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Trestle

$$$$
American
Financial District / Embarcadero
4.7
2175 reviews
From executive chef Jason Halverson comes this home-style contemporary American restaurant in the Financial District. Serving farm fresh ingredients in a rustic, raw brick, and wood setting, Trestle offers a three-course prix fixe that changes regularly, but is always joyfully and artfully presented with dishes such as chorizo bucatini or cider-brined pork loin. First opened in 2015, the vibrant spot is ideal for those who enjoy a buzzing dinner environment and a friendly atmosphere.

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Seven Hills

$$$$
Italian
Russian Hill
4.8
2051 reviews
Dimly-lit, trendy, and a bit moody, the upscale Seven Hills Restaurant, which first opened its doors around 2010 in Russian Hill, serves farm-to-table food that is both fresh and delightful. Executive chef Anthony Florian, otherwise known lovingly as Chef Tony, acquired experience at a MICHELIN Star restaurant before joining Seven Hills. Here, he has developed a creative menu of seafood-driven Italian fare that leaves diners raving—especially about the squid ink pasta with lobster.

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Sushi Ondo

$$$$
Japanese
SOMA
4.5
140 reviews
With a communal table, minimalist design, and an inviting vibe, omakase enthusiasts will rejoice at the opportunity to try the creations found on executive chef Jason Shimizu’s menu at Sushi Ondo in SOMA. Since 2019, the Japanese-Korean restaurant has been crafting simple, stripped-down plates, like crab sunomono, a dish of crab and thin-sliced cucumber marinated in rice vinegar. And whether diners enter the front doors for a multi-course meal, or to enjoy a few select dishes from the à la carte menu at the lounge bar, there is always something to excite taste buds at one of the best sushi restaurants in San Francisco.

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Caffe Macaroni

$$$$
Italian
North Beach
4.8
647 reviews
An unassuming orange-lit sign identifies the entrance to a Neapolitan restaurant situated in the heart of San Francisco’s North Beach. Here, at Caffe Macaroni, which opened its doors in 1990, executive chef Mario Ascione has crafted a traditional Italian menu. Aged tile floors, candy-apple red walls and maroon chesterfield bench seating gives the spot vibrancy and character, which echoes in the plates dished up. Its focused and unfussy menu includes staples like Neapolitan-style spaghetti and meatballs. Off-the-beaten path — even though on North Beach’s main drag — this spot is beloved by locals, so booking a table in advance is recommended.

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Montesacro SF

$$$$
Pizzeria
SOMA
4.8
1905 reviews
A casual pizzeria with metal chairs and traditional tile flooring, Montesacro SF, America’s first pinseria, specializes in the art of blistered Roman-style flatbread. The restaurant, which made its debut in 2015 in SOMA, procures its food from small local farms and Italian providers, making a range of flatbreads for diners who appreciate the true-to-Italy taste. However, owner Gianluca Legrottaglie has made room for other Italian dishes, such as burrata e acciughe, an imported burrata (from Corato and Puglia) served with cetara anchovy fillet, house pesto, and EVOO. For a corkage fee, diners can bring their own beer or wine.

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Palette

$$$$
Seafood
SOMA
4.8
348 reviews
Seasonal selections and a bustling atmosphere make Palette an exciting, can’t-miss farm-to-table contemporary American restaurant. With vaulted ceilings, specially curated art, and a black and walnut aesthetic, the trendy SOMA spot is sophisticated and energizing. Executive chef Peter J. Hemsley revels in the open kitchen, which connects him to diners. He crafts four-course prix fixe menus that play on regional bounty and take full advantage of the wealth of local seafood, like the grilled bigeye tuna with plum and cherry ponzu and salted cucumber.

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Fiorella Clement

$$$$
Italian
Richmond District
4.8
1038 reviews
At Fiorella Clement in the Richmond District, the clanking of dishes adds energy to its black-walled modern and casual aesthetic. Here, chef Brandon Gillis has designed an Italian and pizzeria menu via a show-stopping wood-fire pizza oven that cooks up favorites like an NYC-style pepperoni pie or the salsiccia pie, topped with house-made sausage, ricotta, mozzarella di bufala, and a garlic and Calabrian chili salsa verde. Fiorella has other locations to try, too.

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