Italian Restaurants in San Francisco

Papa John's Pizza – Up to 49% Off Pizza and Ice Cream

Multiple Locations

$25.73 $13

Pizzas with thick cloaks of sauce made from California-grown tomatoes, plus local IT'S-IT ice-cream sandwiches

Up to 33% Off at Gaspare's Pizza House & Italian Restaurant

San Francisco

$40 $27

(633)

Native Sicilian smothers thin-crust pizzas with mozzarella and pairs those with classic Italian pastas

30% Off at Escape From New York Pizza – Castro St. Location

Castro

$20 $14

(240)

Make a custom pizza with toppings such as roasted garlic, jalapenos, and applewood-smoked bacon, or order one of 14 specialty pies

Half Off at Personal Pizzas and Italian Food at Kezar Pizzetta

Ashbury Heights

$20 $10

Smaller, personally sized pizzas topped with a rotating selection of cheeses and charcuterie; menu also includes bruschetta and limoncello

50% Off at Blondie's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

(1288)

Barbecue chicken, mushroom, Carnivore, and vegetarian pizzas by the pie or the slice

Up to 59% Italian Cuisine at Volare Trattoria

North Beach

$84 $35

(177)

Glasses of Italian and Californian wine complement Sicilian-inspired entees such as crab cioppino and veal scaloppini

Up to 50% Off Villa d'Este Italian Restaurant

Merced Manor

$30 $15

Escargot makes way for nine pasta dishes, veal parmigiana & broiled new york steak at Italian restaurant in business since 1978

50% Off at Giovanni's Pizza Bistro

Bernal Heights

$30 $15

(153)

This friendly, neighborhood pizza joint cranks out hand-tossed pies with toppings like shrimp and bechamel or organic greens and pesto

Up to 48% Off Italian Food at Michelangelo Ristorante & Caffe

North Beach

$67 $38.50

(288)

Italian-born chef makes gnocchi from scratch, using potato, egg, and a dash of nutmeg

Half Off Italian Food at Cinecittà Ristorante & Bar

North Beach

$10 $5

(253)

Native Roman crafts dishes from her grandfather’s recipes, particularly specialty pizzas with toppings such as brie, spicy salami, and clams

Up to 51% Off Pizzeria Cuisine

San Francisco

$5 $2.50

Chefs make pies by hand, covering them with pesto, tomato sauce, canadian bacon, and mozzarella

Up to 51% Off Dinner at Pasta Pelican

Alameda

$70 $35

(246)

Fettuccine alfredo, pan-seared chicken, and pepperoni pizza served in a waterfront restaurant with views of the Oakland–Alameda Estuary

Pizza salgada e doce na Boníssima

R$ 43,00 R$ 19,90

  • 20 tipos de pizzas salgadas e 4 de pizzas doces
  • Válido para todos os dias da semana

45% Off at Dario's Pizza Restaurant in Sausalito

Sausalito

$20 $11

(76)

28 different pizza combinations, hand-rolled gnocchi, and other classic Italian dishes tantalize taste buds in bright, rustic eatery

Up to 50% Off at Pasquale's West Coast Pizzeria

San Bruno

$21.99 $11

(25)

Baked pasta, heroes, and hand-tossed pizzas made with traditional and inventive sauces and toppings

Up to 53% Off Italian Dinner for Two at Luigi's

Pacifica

$31.80 $15

(87)

Italian entrees combine all walks of pasta with meat sauce, alfredo, or marinara; stuffed manicotti and cannelloni come out bubbling hot

40% Off at Gaspare's Pizzeria Ristorante Bar

San Rafael

$20 $12

27 different specialty pizzas at restaurant with homemade cheesecake and tiramisu, extensive menu of Italian entrees, and full bar

Up to 47% Off Italian Dinner for Two at Ristorante Due Rose

Pinole

$66.15 $35

(133)

Two courses of rustic, pan-regional Italian home cooking include options with homemade pasta and house-baked bread

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Today $15 gets you $35 worth of food and drink at Palio d’Asti, a gourmet Italian restaurant located at 640 Sacramento St. in the Financial District.

640 Sacramento St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Pizza Chef Giovanni Adinolfi left his kitchen on the French Riviera to charter Pizza Nostra's menu of Italian specialties and Neapolitan-style thin-crust pizza, which are made with signature recipes from the Italian city of Recco. Today, Pizza Nostra continues the delectable work of firing up a wood-scented gas oven to crisp the crusts of pizzas laden with mozzarella or specialty toppings such as prosciutto di Parma and arugula.

Diners practice their matchmaking skills as they pick which pasta and sauce combination they'd like, or they can order complete entrees, such as lemon roasted chicken, grilled salmon, or an organic ground-beef burger. Elegant desserts, such as espresso panna cotta with fig vincotto, encourage lingering in the cozy dining room or on the larger patio during nice weather or pretty lightning storms. The kitchen also whips up frittatas, omelets, and egg dishes for brunch, and several sandwiches for lunch.

Some consider Pizza Nostra a neighborhood gem, but it hasn't escaped the notice of critics. Zagat labeled it a "casual outpost for enjoying authentic antipasti, pastas and Neapolitan thin-crust pies," and the San Francisco Bay Guardian called the service "impeccable," praised the pizza as "lovely," and described the complimentary focaccia as having "a pillow-like softness and bewitching olive-oil breath," much like the most popular girl in high school.

300 De Haro St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Within its intimate space on the second floor of a renovated townhouse walkup, Poesia conjures a seasonally inspired dinner menu of delectable Italian entrees out of fresh ingredients and handmade pastas. Drum roll in the evening feast with an opener of raw organic filet mignon with parmigiano ($14), or lull taste buds into a dreamy bliss with the pillowy ricotta gnocchi with citrus sauce ($9). Pastas such as the fettuccine al ragu, a slow braised lamb shank with tomato sauce ($17), and a squid-ink risotto with scallops in a lobster reduction ($18) pile up skillfully cooked mountains of deliciousness, while the free-range rack of lamb ($27) and Mediterranean sea bass ($25) affably compete for a hearty appetite's affections.

4072 18th St
San Francisco,
CA
US

A mélange of glowing press surrounds Source's vegan and vegetarian menu, which chefs craft with compassion for all life forms amid purified air and shimmering light shows. The eatery feeds the senses and uplifts down-on-their-luck rainbows with waterfall sounds and soothing ambient music. An enormous stone dragon's head draws attention to brick-oven-fired pizzas cloaked adventurously in house-made mozzarella, truffle oil, and guacamole. As cool waves of filtered air carry snippets of happy chatter, ionically filtered water serves as a building block for organic veggie burgers, raw salads, and sandwiches on freshly baked bread. Raw agave nectar leaps into beverages to kick sugar to the curb and allow patrons to enjoy natural sweetness without stealing beekeepers' thermoses. A tent over the outdoor patio admits sun on warm days and releases sated sighs to soar up into the sky.

11 Division St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Much like the bird that bears its name - if that bird had opposable thumbs and a penchant for Italian food - Eagle Pizzeria serves up gooey pizzas alongside other Italian favorites. At the casual eatery, framed photos of baseball stars, newspaper clippings, and other sports memorabilia pack the butter-yellow walls, as patrons nosh on pesto bread over red and white checked tablecloths while perusing a menu that includes everything from hot sandwiches to spaghetti with baby clams. Hand-rolled dough, made fresh every day, bakes into a crispy crust that's covered in whole milk mozzarella and specially blended tomato sauce. Specialty pizzas cater to carnivores with a meat lovers' pizza - topped with six meats - and travel the world with Greek toppings such as olives and feta or Hawaiian toppings such as bell peppers and pineapple. Gluten-free crusts are also available.

1712 Taraval St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Blooming from 1 restaurant in 1959 to 500 franchises today, Round Table Pizza Parlor dishes up a menu of pies constructed from made-from-scratch dough, premium meats, and freshly cut vegetables, and arranged in a number of innovative combinations. Each pizza begins with fresh-rolled dough made from wheat that, like every Mr. Potato Head, began its life on family farms in Idaho. Round Table's chefs then adorn each doughy disk with a triumvirate of gooey cheeses, including aged cheddar, whole-milk mozzarella, and provolone. Patrons can opt for one of the restaurant's 12 signature creations or devise their own pies with a selection of premium meats—such as salami, linguiça, or pepperoni—and fresh vegetables, including roma tomatoes, artichoke hearts, and zucchini livers.

801 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco,
CA
US