Palio d’Asti Restaurant Celebrates Famous Siena Horse Race
Jun 28, 2013 | 5:19 pm
Palio d’Asti in San Francisco won’t be horsing around on Tuesday and Wednesday July 2 & 3 , when they offer up a Tuscan inspired 5-course feast in honor of Il Palio Siena, an annual historic horse race that is quintessentially Italian. Seatings for the Palio Siena meal are available from 5-9pm. Price is $65 per person.
“The menu will be strong on summertime favorite ingredients that are coming in early this year,” comments owner Martino DiGrande. “Bruchetta with Heirloom Tomatoes and Roasted Garlic; Corn Rigatoni with Sautéed Zucchini and Basil; Florentine Style Steak with Sautéed Spinach are the savory specials. Plus you can finish off your wine with a plate of ‘Smuggled’ Unpasteurized Cheese and enjoy a sweet ending of Almond Granita with Grilled Peaches. All are made with organic and sustainable ingredients from local family farms.”
To view the menu and make reservations, call (415) 658-9295 or visit www.paliodasti.com.
Voted a “2012 Diners Choice” favorite by Open Table users and among the Top 3 “Best Bay Area Italian” in a recent SFGate.com readers’ poll, diners at Palio enjoy a full range of bar cocktails, a Wine Spectator award winning wine list and Michelin rated comfortable dining with white tablecloth service; along with authentic, regional Italian fare.
About Palio D’Asti
Palio D’Asti is among the best Italian restaurants in San Francisco, located at 640 Sacramento Street between Kearny and Montgomery in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District, convenient to Moscone Center and major downtown hotels. Open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and for dinner Monday through Saturday with $1 Pizza specials for Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4-7p.m. San Francisco private dining is available for groups of 10 to 300. Validated parking is available at 550 Kearny Street garage (entrance on Sacramento Street).