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306 Broderick St (btwn Oak & Fell St)
San Francisco, CA 94117
United States
(map) (415) 437-0303
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opalito grinds its own masa out of dried organic yellow corn, patting out big, thick, lumpy tortillas with a true corny taste, or molding it into tamales.
Meredith Brody
sfweekly.com

* Critic Reviews

  • "
    Sip a Tecate in the glassed-in patio outfitted with lots of heating lamps to account for San Francisco’s fickle weather. Or get cozy inside near the open kitchen.

    gayot.com
    83
  • "
    While the interior is pleasant and has a friendly, neighborhood feel, it fades into the background. The food is what stars.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    92
  • "
    The carnitas was fragrant and tender enough to break apart with a fork. It was amazing… succulent and flavorful, but not too fatty ... I daydream about that dish…. but that should come as no surprise…

    foodhoe.com
    92
  • "
    Despite an improbable location adjoining the new Falletti Foods in what is basically a small mall, Nopalito has a Missiony glow, from the mod shades of green throughout the interior to the youthful staff

    sfbg.com
    81
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    opalito grinds its own masa out of dried organic yellow corn, patting out big, thick, lumpy tortillas with a true corny taste, or molding it into tamales.

    sfweekly.com
    77