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1911 Fillmore St San Francisco, CA 94115
(map) (415) 771-7779
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Why don’t I just explain the reasons why this restaurant is so special? Sure, I could describe the dimly-lit, neighborhood atmosphere, or the professional-yet-incredibly-friendly service. I could certainly discuss...
Kelsey Elliott
kelseats.com

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  • "
    It seems illogical that such amazing food comes out of such a tiny space. Paired with owner Shelley Lindgren's fascinating Italian wine list, it creates an unbeatable combination.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    91
  • "
    Talented chef Matt Accarrino's dishes are fired with speed and precision in the tiny exhibition kitchen.

    gayot.com
    90
  • "
    Why don’t I just explain the reasons why this restaurant is so special? Sure, I could describe the dimly-lit, neighborhood atmosphere, or the professional-yet-incredibly-friendly service. I could certainly discuss the expertly chosen wine list... Of course all of these factors add to the overall experience. But, at t...

    kelseats.com
    94
  • "
    At SPQR, a restaurant that opened late last year in the old Chez Nous space on Fillmore, the Roman feeling is more intimate — and maybe that means more modern, since today's Italy no longer has its fingers in a host of imperial pies and Rome itself owes its international stature largely to its position as seat of the...

    sfbg.com
    78