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Zero Zero

  • 826 Folsom St. Map It
  • SoMa
  • Italian

Updated 04/30/2013

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Chef-owner Bruce Hill (of Bix and Picco fame) has created a popular and comfortable California-Italian restaurant where you can go almost any time of day, whether you're craving one of his standout thin-crust "Cali-politan" pizzas for lunch, a cocktail and an order of Taleggio-stuffed arancini after work, house-made pasta for dinner, or flavorful skillet-fried chicken thighs with a waffle for brunch. Ingredients are fresh and seasonal, and portions are affordable and easy

to share. Large groups can also order punch bowls for the table, and a few wines are available on tap. The mistake diners make is not saving room for dessert, a choose-your-own-toppings soft serve. There's a lengthy downstairs bar and lounge, with another second smaller bar upstairs that are both packed in the evenings with diners and drinkers alike.

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826 Folsom St., San Francisco, California, 94107, United States

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Updated 04/30/2013


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