San Francisco,California
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Locals in the know will tell you that the best Italian restaurant in S.F. isn’t in North Beach but tucked away on a nondescript block in outer Noe Valley—and that it’s always booked solid. But now you can slide into La Ciccia’s new sidekick, La Nebbia (Italian for “the fog”), right across the street. Although it bills itself as a wine bar, this dimly lit spot is filled with plenty of four-tops and a menu that will keep you interested well after your glass is empty. Expect to find the same Old World charm and chummy service, plus a lengthy and affordable all-Italian wine list; mind-rupturingly good meatballs; thin-crust pizzas, and more cuts of prosciutto than your cardiologist would recommend sampling, including paper-thin-sliced, 36-month-aged San Daniele Riserva Dok.

Last Reviewed
364 2016

Address

1781 Church St.
San Francisco,CA

Contact

415/874-9924

La Nebbia

San Francisco, California
$$

Locals in the know will tell you that the best Italian restaurant in S.F. isn’t in North Beach but tucked away on a nondescript block in outer Noe Valley—and that it’s always booked solid. But now you can slide into La Ciccia’s new sidekick, La Nebbia (Italian for “the fog”), right across the street. Although it bills itself as a wine bar, this dimly lit spot is filled with plenty of four-tops and a menu that will keep you interested well after your glass is empty. Expect to find the same Old World charm and chummy service, plus a lengthy and affordable all-Italian wine list; mind-rupturingly good meatballs; thin-crust pizzas, and more cuts of prosciutto than your cardiologist would recommend sampling, including paper-thin-sliced, 36-month-aged San Daniele Riserva Dok.

Last Reviewed
January 2016

Address

1781 Church St.
San Francisco, CA

Contact

415/874-9924