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It has to be one of the most expensive pizza’s I have ever had. $28 for a 2 topping medium ,anywhere else although they call it large. The Italian sausage has nothing Italian to it, in my opinion it was tasteless red meat of some...More
I will agree with many reviewers that this is the best ravioli I have ever had. The food generally ranks *dare I say* better than many of the top tier restaurants I have visited in Italy. The portions were generous, staff were very friendly, and...More
My wife and I were in San Francisco for the first time on vacation from Georgia. Didn't know where or what was good to eat in the city. We found this place on a whim. Walking around trying to find a place to eat late...More
My parents came to Tommaso's back in the early 1950s when they were in grad school at Stanford. It was called Lupo's back then. They'd buy the wine and their friends would buy the pizza. When we'd travel up to SF as kids, our parents...More
We recently visited Tommaso’s and had a wonderful meal! Upon arrival we were impressed with the size and decor of the restaurant. It looked modern but still cozy and welcoming. We were pleasantly surprised to be seated outside with a lovely view of the river....More
Although the food was not outstanding the staff were.
Wonderful good old fashioned hospitality.
The maitre d’ (owner) stopped by our table numerous times to have a quick chat and the waiters were extremely attentive and chatty.
After a long day of walking, a relaxing dinner in my hotel room sounded wonderful. I very much appreciated Tommaso's preorder service. My meal was ready to go in about 20 minutes, and was just a short 3 block walk from my hotel. The portion...More
The aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans, the sounds of opera, and the sights of the romantic Italian ristorante come together to create the charming neighborhood of North Beach, once the stomping grounds for the Beatnik Generation. Although parts of North Beach are known for nightlife that’s not always suitable for younger visitors, few neighborhoods in the city exude as much European charm and style.
Peruse a bookstore for the literature of Kerouac, Ferlinghetti and Ginsberg, grab some gelato and head to Washington Square for a perfect afternoon of people watching. Just east of North Beach, the hills and staircases of Telegraph Hill are a unique delight. At its peak, the art deco Coit Tower provides sweeping panoramic views of the bay and city. The beautifully landscaped Filbert Street Steps, a street too steep for a roadway, rewards those willing to hike uphill. Keep your ears open and you might even hear the squawk of the wild parrots who call this neighborhood home.