Emmy's Spaghetti Shack / San Francisco

3230 Mission St. at Mission St San Francisco 94110
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 17:00 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 17:00 - 23:00
average 5443 votes
Tips from the Net @ Emmy's Spaghetti Shack
Brooke Lyons-Justus en
Great pasta and fun pin ball machines in the back. The raspberry mule was great! GooglePlace - July 2017
Elizabeth Murphy en
Could be 1 star more or less depending on your server and hostess. The first thing you encounter walking in is a sign of rules for children which comes across as very unfriendly to children. They do claim to have free food for kids certain hours on Tuesdays (up to $6.50) however they charged us for our child's meal anyway. Same waitress did not bring us bread and when we asked, she brought some after our meals and with no oil. They are also very stingy on the bread, one tiny square per person. They will not seat you without your entire party so if you show up beaming with excitement to enjoy your free 3 minutes of the day sipping wine and nibbling bread before your toddler shows up, forget it. They will say they're prepping your table and not return and when you inquire, you will be snarled at...despite many open tables. There is one extremely friendly server who is sometimes behind the counter, probably the owner. If you don't get her, you will be disappointed by the service. Take out menu is very limited. Fun decor. They have a photo booth. GooglePlace - June 2017
Al Leanillo en
The food is bomb..... the woman here are all beautiful in their own way...... bring the Rasta pasta back pls.... I will definitely come here to eat and hang out GooglePlace - May 2017
Paul Chan en
Been to Emmy's multiple times and keep coming back when I need a spaghetti and meatballs fix. They certainly know what they are doing here! Classic comfort food. Everything about the place is SF Mission funky. Colors. The menu makes your eyes water. Music. GooglePlace - February 2017
Castle Guy en
Finding places like Paprika is one of the reason I love Yelp. Located on 24th St., a few step from the Bart Station, you'll find Paprika, a Hungarian German restaurant. This unassuming place tucked in the Mission District of San Francisco makes amazing goulash and serve delicious sausages. They also have wide variety of brews and list of spirits. They don't have a lot on their menu but what they have, they make very good! The service is two thumbs way up. Only one server taking orders, serving food, refilling drinks, checking on guests and she did it effortlessly! Will definitely return to try the rest of their menu. GooglePlace - December 2016