Fodor's Expert Review flour + water
This handsome and boisterous hot spot with slate-gray walls, sturdy wooden tables, and a tiny bar is synonymous with pasta and also serves top-notch, blistery thin-crust Neapolitan pizzas, but the grand experience here is the seven-course pasta-tasting menu (extra charge for wine pairings). Pastas on both menus change constantly with the seasons, but the one standby is a meatless Taleggio scarpinocc with aged balsamic drizzled over the bow tie–shaped pasta.
2401 Harrison St.
San Francisco, California 94110, USA
- Difficult to get a reservation
- Delicious pizzas and pastas
- Noisy scene
- Difficult-to-get reservations
- Rarely seen pasta shapes
- Italian wines from small producers