All-Day Pizzeria, Perfect for Every Occasion!
Delarosa first opened its doors in 2010 on Chestnut Street in San Francisco’s Marina District. Since then, Delarosa’s close proximity to the Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts, the Presidio and Crissy Field has made it the neighborhood’s go-to destination for casual, communal-style all-day dining, 7 days a week. Beloved for its Roman-style pizza, small plates, craft beer, Italian and Californian wines, and delicious craft cocktails, Delarosa’s interpretation of the classic and unpretentious beer and pizza pairing has made a mark on many locals’ and visitors’ must-visit lists.
Having secured a solid reputation as a casual and delicious dining destination for friends, family, colleagues and clients, Delarosa opened a second location in San Francisco’s buzzy Financial District (FiDi) in October 2015. Sandwiched between the FiDi and the South of Market district (SOMA), and located near San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens, Delarosa is an ideal meeting spot thanks to its A-list central location. Our third location in Bishop Ranch San Ramon was opened in late 2019. This location offers suburban shoppers a hip hangout and place to enjoy all the Delarosa Classics.
All three locations offer both indoor and outdoor seating for lunch, happy hour and dinner.
We Care and Thought You Might Too!
Founded in 2009, Delarosa’s European approach to sharing a meal with friends or strangers is something that remains at the forefront of our hospitality and the Delarosa experience
What is Roman style pizza?
Roman-style makes for a thinner, crispier pizza that goes really well with cocktails.Roman-style makes for a thinner, crispier pizza that goes really well with cocktails.
Why do we have communal seating?
Because it’s what makes Delarosa, Delarosa. Communal seating makes things fun here all the time, but we understand it’s not for everyone.
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Do you sell gift cards?
Yes, we currently sell gift cards in both of our locations and will soon have them available online – check back for details or follow us on Facebook.
Why do you only have a few vodkas on the menu?
We’re known for our cocktails. At our bar, we tend to work with spirits around which we can build recipes. Vodka inherently doesn’t provide much in the way of taste variation so we feel the need to carry only one quality vodka. Gin and whiskey, on the other hand, provide a big difference by way of flavor profiles, so we carry an assortment of these spirits.
As an Italian-inspired restaurant, we think it’s important that our bar, too, shows some Italian love. That means we also carry traditional Italian spirits like amaro, fernet and grappa, as well as low-alcohol spirits used as aperitivo.
Are you hiring?
Yes, we are always looking for people who want to join the party! Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.