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Lungomare, bringing a taste of Italy to Jack London Square.
With a focus on the regions of Liguria and Tuscany we offer fresh, house made pastas and pizzas, both available gluten free, house cured meats, seafood crudo and many other delicacies. We feature hand crafted cocktails and soft drinks in our full bar. We offer patio dining with views of the estuary and San Francisco.
Oakland, CA 94607
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Mon-Sun 6:45am-11:00am Cafe
Lunch: Mon-Fri 11:00am-3:00pm
Brunch: Sat-Sun 9:00am-3:00pm
Dinner: Sun-Wednesday 5:30pm-9:00pm
Dinner: Thursday 5:30pm -10:00pm
Dinner: Fri-Sat 5:30pm-11:00pm
Happy Hour: everyday from 3:00pm-6:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live jazz on Friday nights from 9:30 pm to midnight.
We provide a full catering services from full sit down dinners to cocktail receptions small and large.
There is valet parking provided by Jack London Square as well as underground parking in the lot at the base of Broadway.
Private Party Facilities:
Our private dining room will accommodate parties of up to 40 people.
our restaurant can accommodate 150 people for a sit down dinner or 400 people for a cocktail reception.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private Party Contact:
Patrick Clendenen email@example.com: (510) 990-7007
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lungomare Ratings and Reviews
Delicious food, great ambiance, and outstanding service! Special thanks to our waiter, Jorge, who made our anniversary celebration so memorable! Would highly recommend this gem to anyone celebrating a special event, going on a first date, or just looking for a place to go after work for a cocktail.
An excellent brunch on a sunny Sunday for we four with three dogs. Service was perfect and accomodating. Everything was superb: blueberry pancakes, fluffy and huge, fresh soft shell crab with eggs and potatoes, and my favorite chopped salad, where they substituted a poached egg on top, instead of hard boiled. Only the bloody marywas mediocre--toouch ice and undetectable vodka. Otherwise, a perfect Sunday brunch.
The server was good, but handling way too many tables. Coffee never got refilled during the course of a brunch that lasted well over an hour. 3 people, 2 apps, 3 main courses. Took 40 minutes between delivery of apps and the main course. Food and drinks were good. Server was very nice, but not able to handle the load of tables. We made requests for condiments twice, and both times they forgot.
This is a great place to dine or just have drinks with friends. I met a friend during Happy Hour and we ordered off the Happy Hour Menu and it was delicious and filling. The cocktails were generous and tasty. Loved the Bloody Marys!!!. Vanessa, our server, was cordial and efficient. I recommend Lungomare, highly.
We've eaten at Chop Bar a number of times and this was our first visit to Lungomare for an early lunch with the in-laws. Between the fried chicken with kimchi sandwiches, lamb burger, and gluten free pizza, we were all happy diners. Sat outside as it was a lovely day. Would return.
Lungomare is an interesting place to dine. It's location is lovely. It sits on the water, off Jack London Square, and sail boats are docked close by. Also we enjoyed our entree and the homemade dessert, but inside the restaurant difinitely needs some TLC. It looks worn and diner-like. For the price, it's too bad that there were no tablecloths, no bread before the meal, no flowers or candles on the table. The salad was bland and had little flavor-- just a lot of arrugula. The service was fine but nothing special.
Totally delightful place to be on a sunny day, on Lungomare's patio overlooking the water. And great food too; we were in the province of Liguria in Italy this spring and you really do see the same foods on their menus. The hen of the woods mushroom pizza is amazing. $21 for a three course prix fixe lunch - and afterwards you can stroll on the waterfront.
I've never had this experience at a restaurant: upon our arrival for our 6:45 pm reservation, we were told that everything was on hold, that the kitchen needed to catch up. After that, we were seated, but it took a while for our server to greet us. We opted for a special wine menu at $30 per person which was very reasonable as we had an appetizer, an entree, a dessert and two glasses of wine per person. But would I go back? No, I don't think so.
The food was very good, especially the frito misto. The special Sunday wine dinner is a great deal, 3 courses and unlimited wine. The only problem is that the chef is constantly yelling out. At first I didn't know what is was, and thought there might be a bar fight. I went to investigate. And it was coming from the kitchen. I guess I must be getting cranky in my old age, but it was disconcerting to hear this yelling. Otherwise, no reservations.
We were here for Father's Day lunch. First, I called to see if our reservation for outside seating included shade/umbrella. I was rudely told over the phone that he won't know until we arrived. I saw plenty of empty seating in the patio during our entire lunch and the patio was almost entirely shaded. Our reservation was for 12:15 and we were seated at 12:35. None of this really bothered me initially as it was Father's Day and it was busy inside the restaurant. But it continues...
My husband had to go inside to flag down the server at 12:45. We had to ask twice for our beer (it took 20 mins for our beer) and our order of the prosciutto pizza was mistaken for the appetizer platter. The pizza came out towards the end of our meal. My husband had to get up again during the meal to ask a server for plates. Our request for ketchup also took so long that my parents were almost done with their breakfast potatoes.
I understand that the staff was really busy and that's why we still tipped and didn't complain to management. However, I think that a restaurant knows or should know that a certain day will be busy and to adequately prepare for a decent dining experience.
Went today for Father's day. Seated right away but waited 10 minutes before we finally flagged a server to bring water or other drinks which was notable since it was quite hot. Our first server was kind of odd letting us know he would take our order "in stages" but then changed his mind and took our drink and food order. Waited 45 minutes for food to arrive. We had decided to start with French toast to share but almost all the food came at once. The food was nothing special. We ordered a frittata that looked like an airline omelet. Bacon was under/unevenly cooked. The scrambled eggs with oxtail ragu had no trace of oxtail ragu. It looked like sausage. Toast was served dry and no butter was either offered or served. And considering it was brunch, no one offered us coffee. The best thing about the meal was the bloody Mary. What bothers me the most about this, was that it was supposed to be a special enjoyable treat for my husband on Father's day and instead it was more of a let down for all of us, for which it cost about $80 not including tip. Probably won't return.
Had dinner here on a recent weeknight, just prior to catching Amtrak to Seattle. Staff was very accommodating with our "wheelie" luggage. We shared a delicious Prosciutto appetizer. My wife enjoyed the Trofie Pasta, as did I with the Seafood Stew. Our server, (Vynessa?), was very gracious and attentive. The food was wonderful, and the setting and ambiance were warm and welcoming! Would absolutely recommend it.
Very good service and food was delicious. I had the Pizza Margherita and a house salad. Friends had the ravioli's. Everyone was satisfied. Good beers on tap and a couple of nice Tequila's available. Tip, 1/2 carafe of wine is a better deal than 3 glasses. Our server was outstanding but I cannot recall her name.
Very good food (especially the asparagus with egg), lovely setting. the waitstaff was really overburdened the night we were there, so getting drinks was difficult and slow, and getting their attention generally was hard. but they were very professional and wonderful when they were at the table.
This is a very god restaurant and I always enjoy it. We were there for a business dinner on Mothers Day so the service was slow but we understood. There was a no chicken or beef option for the Wine Dinner, and the pork loin was dry and touch. not up to their usual standards. My colleague had pasta, which was very good.
It was a memorable Mother's Day, but for all the wrong reasons. The slow and bad service, plus even after asking to speak with a manager( which he did nothing to fix our experience either comping half or part of the meal or say I will talk with my stuff) we just got a sorry that didn't sound even the least sincere. The only good thing was the water view, which is not reason enough to go back there since there are other restaurants that can offer that just couple of feet away.
We went for Mother's Day Brunch. When presenting me with the bill (which I had to ask for), the server informed me point-blank gratuity was not included in the total. I'm unsure if she thought I couldn't afford the bill or would assume the total included gratuity but by her pointing this out, her tip went from my standard of 25% to 10%. First off, the only service she supplied was drink service so even a 10% on a $130ish bill was more than earned.
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