Acquolina / San Francisco

1600 Stockton St Union San Francisco 94133
Opening Hours
Sun 10:30 - 22:00
Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30 - 22:00
Fri 11:30 - 22:30
Sat 10:30 - 22:30

Create a vibrant & lively atmosphere where our customers can feel relaxed and enjoy the whole experience of an authentic Italian meal, accompanied and paired by choices of surprising wines from all the Italian regions, California and the world, served by an energetic staff that is happy to be a part of making people smile!

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average 547 votes
Critic Reviews @ Acquolina
Tuscan Restaurant Acquolina Snags North Beach's Cafe Divine Space
Tuscan Restaurant Acquolina Snags North Beach's Cafe Divine Space Affordable Italian fare from three natives. With its prime location right on the corner of Washington Square Park, it's not surprising that the space that formerly housed Cafe Divi ... continue Eater SF
Tips from the Net @ Acquolina
Jeff Redford en
Stumbled in here off the street on our first night visiting San Francisco. The bruschetta was delicious, as was the pizza. Low key casual vibe amongst a lot of more formal type Italian restaurants in the area. Definitely recommend! GooglePlace - October 2017
Matthias Miedl en
Pizza was blend af! Maybe a bit better than a frozen one, but 10 times more expensive. Noodles were ok but nothing a "real Italian" would be proud of. Server was uninterested in his job serving us. Just stay away. Embarrassing "Italian" Restaurant. GooglePlace - October 2017
Christoph Klenk en
Have been here last week. Fantastic real italian food. Family style and awesome taste. This is real italian Food. Not the fat dropping peace of dough that you can get anywhere else! Will come back for sure with friends! One of the best in town! GooglePlace - August 2017
Tina Nesser en
Came in about 3 weeks ago - a Wednesday evening. I asked the hostess how long the wait would be, she said that we would get the next table and gestured to the end of the large table in the middle of the restaurant where another party was finishing up & paying their bill. The wait across the street was ridiculous so that was fine with us! We went to the bar to wait. While we were at the bar, a different individual table in the corner opened up. Then another group walked in, that 4 top table in the corner was cleared off and the group that came in after us was seated there. Ummm, excuse me? When I inquired about it with the hostess her response was "I told you that you could have THIS table when it was available." No honey... I (unfortunately) have never been to Italy so I'm not sure how it works there, but in the US, the people that come in first get sat first. I don't give 2 sh!ts if the table that you thought was going to be available wasn't the one that opened up first, you need to seat the people that came in first at the first available table. No to mention that, unless you have a group of twelve people or something, that large table in the middle is TERRIBLE. The chairs are backless bar stools and totally uncomfortable. We were at one end, another party was at the other end, and they shoved a couple in between our groups, which there really wasn't room for. This other person's elbow was knocking into me literally the entire meal. Our table service was not great either. Our server was so rushed ... took our drink order and bolted away... dropped off our drinks and didn't even linger for 2 seconds to ask if we had questions about anything on the menu. I understand that it's a busy night but what the hell dude. The food was OK but not like the most amazing thing I had ever experienced, especially as far as pizza goes. I guess it was better than waiting for an hour at the place across the street. GooglePlace - August 2017
Tonya Whitfield en
Absolutely loved this restaurant. The foccacia and meatballs were a perfect start to our meal. We hear a salami pie, which could not have been better. Seriously perfect! We finished the evening with profiteroles.Its not the typical tourist tap food. We loved it! GooglePlace - August 2017