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EATER SF: Jul ’19

Where to Eat and Drink in the Marina; Can’t get into A16? Go to Delarosa. Can get into A16? Still consider Delarosa for more casual Italian fare with pizzas, pastas, small plates and drinks that always satisfy.

THE INFATUATION: Jul ’19

The Best Italian Restaurants In San Francisco; Delarosa’s Marina location is always busy, in part because it’s so versatile. It’s the kind of place where you could take toddlers in footy pajamas for a 5pm dinner, get drinks with your friends until 1am, or go for brunch with your mom. The burrata bruschetta and pappardelle […]

THE INFATUATION: Jul ’19

Where To Eat In The Marina; The number one reason to go to Delarosa is for prime Marina people watching – both because it’s right in the heart of Chestnut Street and because this place is always swamped with people on dates and friends having some kind of big night out. Once you get hungry […]

7×7: Jul ’19

Modern Guide to the Marina: Fitness and day drinking find common ground on (and around) stylish Chestnut Street; For the quintessential brunch experience à la Marina, Delarosa (2175 Chestnut St.) is your best bet. The line might get a bit long, but the Pizza Carbonara is worth the wait. Wash it down with spicy Bloody […]

THE INFATUATION: Jun ’19

The FiDi Lunch Guide; If you have time for a leisurely lunch and want to catch up with your coworkers, or an old boss, or a friend who works in the area, head to Delarosa. It’s modern and bright, and feels worlds away from the rest of FiDi and Market Street. All the food is […]

THE INFATUATION: Apr ’19

The Best Italian Restaurants In San Francisco; Delarosa’s Marina location is always busy, in part because it’s so versatile. It’s the kind of place where you could take toddlers in footy pajamas for a 5pm dinner, get drinks with your friends until 1am, or go for brunch with your mom. The burrata bruschetta and pappardelle […]

THE INFATUATION: Apr ’19

Where To Have Dinner For Around $30 In San Francisco; You wouldn’t go to Delarosa by yourself for the same reason that you didn’t want to sit alone at lunch in your high school cafeteria – it’s a social place with a lot going on. But if you’re dead set, you can come to Delarosa […]

BLACKBOARD EATS: Apr ’19

11 of the best spots in SF to enjoy food, drink, and the company of your dog; Some of San Francisco’s best people—and dog—watching can be found on Chestnut Street. That’s why it’s such a bonus that this casual Italian spot has very dog-friendly sidewalk seating. While their owners eat pancetta and crimini mushroom pizza, […]

THE INFATUATION: Mar ’19

We love the Marina location of Delarosa for brunch, but this one is much better for a slightly longer-than-average break in the middle of the day. Meet up with your friend who works a few blocks away, get the burrata to start and then some pasta, and start to plan your next vacation from the […]

SFIST: Mar ’19

The 20 Best Pizza Places In San Francisco; Beretta and Delarosa are two versions of the same restaurant from prolific local restaurateur Adriano Paganini (who also operates A Mano and Starbelly), these Mission/Marina sister spots (Delarosa also now has a downtown outpost) can still be counted on to put out solid, well crisped pies as […]

THE INFATUATION: Feb ’19

Great SF Restaurants For Dining Solo; While the Marina location is made for people-watching, 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 […]

THE INFATUATION: Feb ’19

Where To Eat Before Going ‘Out Out’; Head to Delarosa – there will likely be around a half hour wait, but the communal tables are large and the food usually comes out pretty fast, which makes it more reliable than your friend’s ex.

TIME OUT SF: Feb ’19

The best pizza in San Francisco from thin-crust to deep-dish; Delarosa’s thin and crispy, Roman-style pizzas in classic flavor combinations like margherita with burrata and pancetta, crimini mushroom, panna mozzarella and pecorino are served all day and late into the night on Fridays and Saturdays, when the restaurant keeps the lights on until 1am.

FOURSQUARE: Dec ’18

The 13 Best Places for Brunch Cocktails in the Marina District, San Francisco; The Bloody Mary is great! Get it super spicy 🙂

SF CHRONICLE: Dec ’18

Ultimate Guide: The best restaurants around Union Square; Adriano Paganini’s Roman-style pizzeria is a winner for reasonable and reliable Italian fare. In addition to the pizzas, try the fritto misto and kale Caesar salad.