SPQR

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Details
1911 Fillmore St (btwn Bush & Pine St)
San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 771-7779
Italian, Wine Bar
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM
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Foursquare Tips

  • Take a gander at the wine list Hey, more communion is better, right?
  • After an autumnal whirlwind, Matt Accarrino continues to make SPQR his own. The chef counter has some of the best seats in town and the wine list remains top notch too. [Eater 38 Member]
  • SF Weeklys Best Of 2011 Winner Editorial Pick BEST RESTAURANT REINVENTIONFocus stayed nominally Italian, but the rustic Roman cuisine gave way to some of the SF's most forward-thinking food...
  • Amazing!
  • There is no question, you have to enjoy the duck ravioli.
  • Absolutely flawless. Amazing food. Great service. Delicious deserts. Definitely one of my favorite spots in town.
  • Part ancient Rome, part unpretentious California, this popular, critically-acclaimed restaurant excels in creating casually authentic Italian food. Try the homemade pasta with carbonara.
  • Sit at the kitchen bar and watch @mattaccarrino in action
  • Order the Spiced ricotta fritters for an appetizer and dessert!
  • Go to SPQR and sit at the captains chair at the edge of the bar, near the kitchen: best seat in the house to watch the action.
  • Though modeled after a Roman osteria, the restaurant's cooking style and relaxed vibe are undeniably San Francisco. Reservations are not accepted, but it's absolutely worth the wait for a table.
  • Specialties: Any pasta; chicken liver mousse; constantly changing menu might include main courses such as swordfish with blood sausage and citrus butter.
  • The superlative pastas are a necessary focus to meals here, consider embarking on the six-course pasta tasting menu. Green Guide Editor
  • You must get the uni carbonara and the wagyu appetizer if they have it. If the wine list confuses you, ask your server to put together pairings for you!
  • absolutely adore their appetizers and pastas. never gone wrong.
  • What's this refreshing flavor? Coriander and mustard? Capellini was really fantastic. You will surprise by tasting it as it's not like typical pasta taste. In good way.
  • The seasonal ravioli is the best ravioli in SF, making our list of "The Tastes That Make the City: SF Edition."
  • Had a number of dishes here. Emperor has no clothes.
  • The menu changes often, but the five-course pasta tasting menu ($52; $36 for wine pairings) offered Tuesday-Thursday shows off Accarrino's exceptional skills.
  • Chicken liver mousse is insane. One of Chef Accarrino's signature dishes. You will not be disappointed. 2014 FWBNC.