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- General Info:
- When we opened the doors of our tiny restaurant in December 2006, our goal was to make Piccino as welcoming as the home of a close friend, our food as simple and beautifully executed as possible. We"re honored that Piccino became a thriving hub of the community. And in May of 2011 we moved from our original space into a new home (dubbed The Yellow Building) on the corner of 22nd & Minnesota Streets, which we share with our friends MAC (Modern Appealing Clothing), and DIG wine shop. Our menu still features the classic and seasonally driven thin-crust pizzas and polpette (Tuscan-style pork and beef meatballs) Piccino is known for; our salads and soups use the finest organic produce sourced directly from small local farms. Piccino's menu has expanded to include more small starter plates, house-made pastas, contorni (vegetable sides), and special entrees of meat, fish, or poultry. Seasonal desserts and expertly made coffee complete our daily offerings.
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- Dogpatch, Southeast San Francisco
Piccino Coffee Bar
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- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Coffee House, Italian, Dessert, Ice Cream, European, Diner, Continental, Pizza, Cafe, Pastries, Omelets
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Posted: 12/26/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I once thought that a sunny-side-up egg on a pizza would be gross, but Piccino changed my mind. The special pizzas are always creative and fresh, the pastries are great --the almond cake is awesome. The service there has always been prompt and friendly -- they treat everyone like a neighbor. Wine selection and menu are limited, but I've never had a bad meal there. The biggest downside is that the seating is very limited.
Posted: 12/22/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I stumbled upon this great find a few months ago and have found myself going back there numerous times. I love their take on thin crust pizza. Their ingredients are incredibly fresh and seasonal. There are some interesting and unusual wine selections as well. The baked goods are wonderful. Great coffee, too.
Posted: 7/8/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I like the location and the small ambiance even though we had to move from the tiny table (too uncomfortable) to the tiny bar. The menu is ""piccino"" (small in Italian). I read so many good reviews about their pizza and I have to tell you that I was disappointed (I am Italian,moved here 3 years ago). Sorry this is not the authentic Italian pizza. The crust is way too thin, our pizza was really dry and too crispy (because overcooked). The tomatoes sauce was good even though the mozzarella had no flavor. We had a salumi antipasti for 10$ and our plate looked too empty. I like the thin bread (which we call from Sardegna). For dessert we had cookies with a small moka and a almond cake,dessert was a plus. Overall it was an expansive dinner for tiny bites (mini pizza 12 $ too expansive) I will probably go back for breakfast and definitely for their blue bottle coffee. I loved the young ambiance even though service should be more friendly. It is always a plus to greet customer with a smile.
Posted: 5/2/2007Provided by Citysearch -
What a find!! I can walk to this new cute spot in Potrero Hill/Dogpatch. It?s a great place to sit outside under nice trees and people watch while enjoying some of the great food they serve. My favorite so far has been the Pepperoni pizza, the Blue cheese salad and had a great bottle of white wine along with it. It?s also a coffee bar that serves great Blue Bottle coffee, which is hard to find. The hours are convenient and the staff is really friendly.