Tosca Cafe / San Francisco

242 Columbus Ave at Pacific Ave San Francisco 94133
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 00:20
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What to Drink on Tosca Cafe's Brand New Cocktail Menu
What to Drink on Tosca Cafe's Brand New Cocktail Menu The new menu comes from Chad Arnholt and Claire Sprouse Tomorrow Tosca is starting up a new cocktail program by rolling out a slew of new drinks created by the award-winning duo, Ch ... continue Eater SF
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Ryan Dariol en
A funky and demure cocktail bar and restaurant. The food is sensational and the cocktails are delicious particularly Italian Bird Dog. GooglePlace - August 2017
Chris Ostini en
The pig cheeks and fennel pasta was unreal. Actually all pastas were stellar and the polenta was epic. 5 stars all the way GooglePlace - June 2017
Sean Lacey-King en
This place blew me away! Warm, friendly, took real good care of us! Drinks were strong but not overpowering. Staff was outstanding! The food... out of this world! Best pork chop I've ever had, ever... and I come from a home where my grand dad grew up country and cooked a mean pork chop! Sorry Pop, but I'll be bringing him some! GooglePlace - June 2017
Albert L. en
Tosca was on the brink of closing until Sean Penn save it. I've been here for drinks as well as dinner, but mostly its drinks. You're looking at a average bar with fidi professionals in the evening. A little dim without over the top noise level when its at full capacity. However, the more you're away from the front towards the back, the cozy you'll be. Since I always like seating at the bar, I don't need any more cozier than that. No problem with any workers as I can tell some newer workers were newly hired. It's a good place to go before or after dinner if you want to eat elsewhere. Security at the front door will look at I'd if you appears to be underage. That's his job so don't be pissed off that he asked for you ID. GooglePlace - February 2017
Anthony Esparza en
I've never eaten there, I've only every gone there for drinks. Specifically their "house cappuccino" which is hot chocolate and brandy. The recipe has recently been updated when the cafe was revamped. I don't know which is better, the old or the new, they're both great! However, the house cap will cost you $17 a pop. It's delectable, indulgent, and perfect as a night cap after a night of drinking or having a heavy dinner in one of the many Italian restaurants in the neighborhood. Still, $17 is a bit pricey for boozy hot chocolate. That's why I recommend only one, at the end of the night. GooglePlace - January 2017