Rocco's Cafe / San Francisco

1131 Folsom St Langton Street San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Sun 08:00 - 16:00
Mon 07:00 - 15:00
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 07:00 - 22:00
Sat 08:00 - 22:00
average 2952 votes
3.2
Tips from the Net @ Rocco's Cafe
Lou Giacalone, Jr. en
Very enjoyable. Went for brunch, had Rocco's frittata and it was delicious. Fun, eclectic decor. Friendly waitstaff. Will certainly be going back! GooglePlace - February 2017
Quentin Muyshondt en
One of the best places in San Francisco to eat. Choosing what to order was the hardest part, everything on menu looked great! We were all extremely satisfied. Truly exceptional food, friendly service at correct price. Very nice interior, cool decorations. I highly recommend and will certainly return next time I'm in San Francisco. GooglePlace - February 2017
Deborah Son en
Nice friendly family owned restaurant. It's small and clean. The food is delicious try not overpriced. Feels like home cooked Italian food. Definitely recommend (: GooglePlace - February 2017
Joseph Catrambone en
I very much enjoyed this place. The food is delightful and it's really neat to see the chefs in the center of the room as they cook stuff. I sat at the bar and was well tended-to. Prices are reasonable. Food is tasty. Environment is nice. Not sure how well things would fare with a bigger group, but it was a pleasant experience for me and I'll probably be going back. GooglePlace - February 2017
Susanne Winchester en
It was our last night in San Francisco, a Friday night, and we didn't want to wait 2 hrs to eat. We asked our Concierge for suggestions, he asked if we were into casual Italian, we said sure. He called Rocco's, told them we'd be there in 15 min, called us a car, and said Enjoy! Rocco's is fun, eclectic, service was good, and the food was delicious, and plentiful. I couldn't finish my Linguine with Bolognese sauce and meatballs, but my husband finished every bite of his Chicken Marsala and pasta with pesto. If we weren't leaving the next day we definitely would have gone back. GooglePlace - November 2016