La Nebbia

Row 1

Details
1781 Church St
San Francisco, CA 94131
(415) 874-9924
Italian
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Sun: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • The new Noe Valley wine bar boasts a sizable food menu of fresh cheeses, crisp pizzas, and three kinds of homemade lasagna. The all-Italian list offers plenty of intriguing vintages.
  • The Cornish Hen is spicy and delicious.
  • Margarita pizza or the one with prosciutto and arugala. The meatballs are great too. And- of course- all the cured meats.
  • By the owners of La Ciccia this place focuses on Northern Italian food (La Nebbia = the fog). The crudos are all great, so is the smoked burrata (see pic). Order a bottle of Lagrein! Incredible value.
  • Everything is good. I particularly liked the burrata with peas.
  • Take a glass of Wine with olives before your Table at la Ciccia !
  • One of my favourite Italian restaurants in SF. The pizza is great, just a shame they cook it in an electric oven. But the ingredients are so good that the pizza is amazing anyway. Btw I'm Italian :)
  • The funghi pizza is not to be missed. It's a cozy spot for a date night with oddly wide tables.
  • Cozy place to chill with a glass (or two!) of wine from Italy. The Pesto pizza with mozzarella, potatoes & smoked pancetta was great. But the highlight was the Potato & Black Truffle Gnocchi. So good!
  • Pizza was good, service was meh
  • Good, but there are better options. Namely: Piccino, Delfina or Raggaza.
  • Game hen is incredible! Let the staff choose your wine and won't be disappointed.
  • Wow, the game hen is something Kokkari wished it made and if it did would charge $32 for. It is incredible. Order it and be prepared to answer questions from the patrons around you.
  • The margherita with mozzarella, soppressata, radicchio, and pecorino ($15) is Lorellas favorite, typical from her family home of Verona. If you like it hawt, ask for some chile oil for that one.
  • Very good place for meat and pizza must eat!
  • The crust was pretty good but our smoked mozz pizza tasted like it was missing something--just pretty bland overall. The cured meats were great, I'd come back just to sample all the different options.
  • Crustini w/ truffle butter, cocoa and anchovies, squid ink pizza w/raisins, pine nuts and lime zest.
  • La Ciccia's sister enoteca isn't really a restaurant, though you can eat pizza. Rather it's a place to drink fantastic Northern Italian and sparkling wines, paired with prosciutto and jamn iberico.
  • Pizza's are great! Good first bites.
  • Don't pass up the 36-month San Daniele prosciutto.