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EATER SF: Oct ’18

Where to Eat Late Night in San Francisco; Dine on a conventionally late-night Italian meal at this chic Roman-style pizzeria where meatballs, burrata bruschetta, and of course, plenty of pizza, are doled out in a casual, bustling interior.

THE INFATUATION: Oct ’18

Where to Eat Near Union Square; We’re glad the people behind the original Delarosa in the Marina had the good sense to set up this outpost in an area that is generally devoid of decent food. The downtown location has a nice outdoor patio in a pedestrian area off Market Street, and is one of […]

THE INFATUATION: Oct ’18

Where To Have Dinner For Around $30 In San Francisco; You can come to Delarosa and get a pizza and a few cocktails without spending too much money, and coming with another person or two gives you the ability to try more.

VACATION IDEAS: Oct ’18

23 Best Places to Visit in San Francisco on a Date; Delarosa is a Roman-style pizza parlor chain that opened its first location in 2010 in San Francisco’s Marina District. In 2015, a second location was opened in the city’s Financial District, near the Yerba Buena Gardens and the SoMa neighborhood.

EATER SF: Sept ’18

Where to Eat and Drink Around Moscone Center; Fresh pasta, Dungeness crab arancini, and a variety of pizzas keep diners coming back to this FiDi offshoot of the 2010-opened Marina restaurant. It’s from the same folks as Hayes Valley’s a Mano and the Mission’s Beretta: Adriano Paganini’s Back of the House restaurant group.

THE INFATUATION: Aug ’18

The Best Late Night Eats In San Francisco; Happy hour went a little long (5 hours too long) and you need to eat something. The downtown Delarosa is open until midnight on weekends, and if you’re headed home to the Marina, that location is open until 1am. Get some meatballs and a pizza, and call […]

PUNCH: Aug ’18

This Is How to Summer Friday in San Francisco: A guide to the best places in SF to spend your happy hour this summer; At the Marina location, expect a trusty band of neighborhood regulars, while the Downtown location catches all those young professionals seeking an excellent and affordable happy hour. Go for solid pizzas, […]

EATER SF: Jul ’18

Where to Eat Late Night in San Francisco; Dine on a conventionally late-night Italian meal at this chic Roman-style pizzeria where meatballs, burrata bruschetta, and of course, plenty of pizza, are doled out in a casual, bustling interior.

PETER BRANNIGAN: Jul ’18

Stop At San Francisco’s Iconic Eats for a Special Treat; Delarosa has 10 terrific pizzas on the menu, but our favorite item is their tremendous meatballs served in spicy marina sauce.

THE INFATUATION: Jun ’18

Great SF Restaurants For Dining Solo; the downtown Delarosa is perfect for eating excellent pasta and panini by yourself. You shouldn’t have a problem getting a spot at the bar, which is important because the cocktails are fantastic and you’re going to want at least one. The burrata bruschetta is one of our favorite things […]

THE INFATUATION: Jun ’18

The FiDi Lunch Guide; If you have time for a leisurely lunch, head to Delarosa. It’s modern and bright, and feels worlds away from the rest of FiDi and Market Street. All the food is good to share – so get some pizzas, meatballs, salads, and most importantly, the burrata bruschetta.

THE INFATUATION: May ’18

Where to Eat in the Marina; Right in the heart of it all, the outdoor tables at Delarosa are the ideal spot for Chestnut Street people-watching.

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: Apr ’18

Top 100 Restaurants 2018; There’s a straightforward simplicity to the food served at a Mano, the Italian-inspired restaurant, which opened a year ago in the burgeoning Hayes Valley. Adriano Paganini, who also owns Delarosa, found the perfect chef in Freedom Rains, who masterminds the daily menu.

LUXURYUS.COM: Apr ’18

Delicious Delarosa Pizza in the Heart of SF

ZAGAT SF: Apr ’18

Best Restaurants in Cow Hollow/Marina; From Adriano Paganini’s Back of the House Restaurant Group (Uno Dos Tacos, Beretta, Delarosa, El Techo and others) comes Flores, the traditional Mexican dinner spot in the Marina, serving midpriced snacks and mains paired with modern cocktails.