We dined here on the spur of the moment, 8pm on a Saturday night. The restaurant was crowded but not too noisy. The food was very good and waitstaff attentive. We would definitely return.
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I ordered the Lasagna Bolognes, which they make with spinach pasta, ragu Bolognese and besciamella sauce. The lasagna noodles were fine, the ragu a bit tasteless, but the real disappointment of the dish was the besciamella sauce. It was served on the side and was a congealed, unappetizing line of white fat just sitting there. Nevertheless, I tried it and... More
I've been stopping here anytime I'm in SF for the last 7-8 years. I've also dined at Perbacco, the sister restaurant next door, many times. Of the two Barbacco is less formal and the cuisine more Italian country or rustic than Perbacco. Both are great. I always sit at the bar and last Thursday night was no exception. Fortunately we... More
I went to Barbacco with a friend and was seated at the bar for lunch. There was enough space to have our own plates plus the four dishes we had ordered to share. The restaurant was clean, food fresh & delicious and atmosphere fun & casual. We loved every dish we had: strawberry & fennel salad, chicken thighs, lasagna and... More
Perfect dinner for those who don't like a huge plate of food late at night. Beer and wine to accompany. Service was great. Lots of choice and you can eat as much as you like.
Met some friends for an Italian meal. Food was great with lots of shared dishes. We enjoyed a number of vegetable sides even though they all had a similar smokey/anchovy garlic taste - enjoyed the Brussel sprouts. Enjoyed the stew as well as the Bolognese. I believe the menu changes frequently so... It was very loud, which made it fun,... More
My husband and I were in San Francisco for the first time and were staying at the Omni. We wanted close restaurants that we could walk to. We chose Barbacco for one and we were so glad we did! The food was wonderful and the service was fantastic. My husband had the lamb shank and I had the lasagne. Lasagne... More
I love this busy, crowded, casual eatery. I am in SF nearly every year and often eating alone at least one night. Barbacco has a great bar where I can sit and be totally entertained people watching and eating their fresh, delicious dishes. I love their brussel sprouts. I have had wonderful fish, clams, pork and beef sitting at that... More
With all the great resto's in San Francisco it speaks volumes that I returned to this place twice after my first happenstance visit. Cool ambience, reliable kitchen, friendly service...works for me.
The 2 of us stumbled across this place whilst walking the downtown area one evening just after we arrived in San Francisco. We obviously arrived at peak time and it was busy. We did not have a booking of course. The atmosphere was great and the service attentive and delightful. But the food was quite exceptional. The roasted roots and... More
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