Montesacro Pinseria Romana Enoteca / San Francisco

510 Stevenson St 6th St San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:30 - 14:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 16:00 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 16:00 - 23:00
Description

PINSA is a flatbread that was once prepared by peasants outside the imperial walls during the roman empire. montesacro is the first “pinseria” in the united states. it presents a modern take on pinsa that is made with a blend of rice, soy and wheat flour imported directly from rome, all gmo free. this unique flour mixture requires a minimum of 72 hours for the natural leavening process. it is low-fat, low-calorie and easy to digest.

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Critic Reviews @ Montesacro Pinseria Romana Enoteca
Montesacro Opens Today Off Sixth Street
Montesacro Opens Today Off Sixth Street A back-alley pinseria and wine bar with a casual Roman vibe. Just in time to feed the Friday happy hour crowd, one of our most anticipated restaurants of Spring, Montesacro Pinseria ... continue Eater SF
Tips from the Net @ Montesacro Pinseria Romana Enoteca
Patrick Sullivan en
Fantastic service, along with great food and wine. Good spot to eat prior to nearby theaters. GooglePlace - September 2017
Christopher Daniel en
Pinseria Montesacro is really something special! Their crust is to die for, the toppings are all top quality, and their staff are talkative and friendly. And the decor is so densely covering the walls that you'll never mind waiting a few minutes for a table. This is currently my favorite pizza in SF. GooglePlace - July 2017
Luis Felipe Montes es
Muy entretenido el lugar y el ambiente. El servicio rápido y amable. Las PINSAS, excelentes!!! Foursquare - July 2017
Max Heinritz en
Amazing spot! It was surprisingly lively at 9:30 on Thursday, but we were seated immediately at the bar. The burrata pizza was tasty and enough for two of us to share as a late night snack with a glass of wine. I will definitely be back. GooglePlace - June 2017
Debby Sutherland en
So glad we sought out this hidden gem that friends recommended. We had delicious fresh food and the staff were charming and knowledgable. The salad with shaved asparagus and peas, and the kale salad with anchovy dressing were both wonderful. The pizza was great; we had the smoked salmon, and the one with lamb sausage. Who needs thin crust when you can have a light one, crisp a beautifully risen. The best food we've had in this foodie city. GooglePlace - June 2017