Puccini & Pinetti / San Francisco

129 Ellis St at Cyril Magnin St San Francisco 94102
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:00 - 23:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 22:00
Fri 11:00 - 23:00
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Tips from the Net @ Puccini & Pinetti
Doug Williamson en
The orrichette is awesome and the gluten free pizza isvery good, too. The sun-dried tomato relish they serve with the bread is ever so light and delicious. We got a second helping of that! GooglePlace - January 2018
David Johnson en
We have been coming here for the last 3 or 4 years and it has been consistently good. Survive , food and atmosphere. Prices have gone up all over SF so you are paying more but I have paid more at other restaurants and enjoyed it less. We recommend it for their consistency. GooglePlace - January 2018
Jennifer Kim en
Wanted to go for lunch but just missed the cutoff (2:30pm) Ended up with bar menu... Meatballs were very salty... doesnt seem to be all beef (mixed with sausage?). But spaghetti & meatball was one of the better items. For the price I expect better quality and better service. Not sure if it was bc it's from the bar menu? GooglePlace - January 2018
Elizabeth Waite en
I had the best breakfast I've had in a long time. If not ever. I ordered the crab cake Benedict and my boyfriend got the waffle. The Mimosa was quite delicious and well. The waiter was a bit odd, and my drink took a while, but otherwise I would recommend breakfast here. GooglePlace - October 2017
Jaime Wise en
I recommend this place to my friends because I had great experiences in the past. They both wanted to eat something from the main dinner menu but all I wanted was the sausage pizza from the bar menu. I was informed that we were unable to have the pizza served at the main restaurant so we would all have to sit at the bar area. Now I do understand you don't want the bar menu being eaten in the restaurant but when it's only 1 out of 3 of us, I think you should be able to make an exception. However it was the way this situation was handled we were upset with. After being moved to the bar area they were so upset and embarrassed they decided to walk out and not order any food at all. As you can imagine this really upset me as I had recommended it to them in the first place. They didn't want to eat main food in the bar area and your restaurant didn't want me to eat a pizza in the restaurant so we were at a loss. The way I would of liked it to be dealt with would of been to make an exception that on this one occasion seen as the other two were willing to eat from the main menu. As it turned out you lost 3 customers that night and will have to fight to get me back in there which is sad as I usually enjoy it. GooglePlace - October 2017