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We were a big group out for a celebratory dinner and Pane e Vino was one of the only restaurants to accept such a larger group (point to Pane!)
Atmosphere was good and the service was very friendly, attentive and helpful and did their best...More
If you are familiar with the italian food,you can easily say that this restaurant was over rated.We ordered bruschetta con pomodoro,cold arthicoke and melanzane parmiagano as a starter and none of them was special and tasty enough.After then 2 pizzas with prosciotto,2 raviolis and chicken...More
Had dinner at this restaurant with a couple of friends and found the food tasty and service good. We ordered the mixed cured meat and seasoned vegetables as appetizer and it was delicious. Then we ordered the veal scallopine, grill salmon and the cioppino for...More
This was a nice evening for me and my Dad. We went early and were greeted by friendly staff. They made me a special primavera dish because I am a vegan and can't eat a lot of the dishes. My Dad enjoyed a dish from...More
Looking for real and great quality Italian food, served by friendly staff in a nice atmosphere? This is the place. Have eaten here twice, without reservation. Surprised that's even possible here, it's that good!
We just returned from dinner at this restaurant. The best part was the Mista Salad which was very fresh, attractively presented, and large enough for 2 people. The New Zealand sea bass was virtually tasteless, and dry – in spite of being immersed in a...More
Very authentic Italian in a neighborhood area. They were able to accommodate a large party, (10 of us) with relatively short notice. We ordered many starters to share and all were great, except for the artichokes. Service was fine, efficient and nice. Pasta entrees were...More
Have not been to this restaurant in a while but decided to return. There menu has not changed that much, but it seems that the chef or kitchen staff are not up to par. The pasta dish with bolognese sauce was soupy and tasteless. The...More
I wish I had a nice neighborhood Italian restaurant in my neighborhood like this one in marina district. Good food, good service, great wine, at good prices for SF. We had a large party in back room. Nicely appointed and quiet. Only parking is on...More
Beautiful homes, beautiful people, and a beautiful backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge welcome visitors to the Marina. Originally the location for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 (whose remnants can be seen at the Palace of Fine Arts), much of the land was filled and flattened to accommodate a world’s fair. That ample space has given way to a jogger’s paradise at the northern edge of the city.
With the picturesque bay setting as its backdrop, it’s no surprise that the area has hosted numerous movie productions. Daytime activities focus on café culture and boutique shopping, while the evenings turn this neighborhood into a party-going hotspot.
Response from Richard O | Reviewed this property |
No. Actually, the owner, or head guy, waived the charge for our carafe of house wine because we changed tables to accommodate a larger group. We had barely sat down, so moving was no problem at all for us. It was very... More
No. Actually, the owner, or head guy, waived the charge for our carafe of house wine because we changed tables to accommodate a larger group. We had barely sat down, so moving was no problem at all for us. It was very nice of him to provide the wine at no charge.