Time Out says
Like so many of San Francisco’s first restaurants, the original Fior d’Italia, opened in 1886, was destroyed twice by fire—in 1893 and following the earthquake of 1906. Today, the restaurant occupies the ground floor of the historic San Remo Hotel (after a 2005 fire forced it to leave its last location after 50 years). Despite the restaurant’s bad luck, its Northern Italian offerings have never suffered. Their assortment of rich dishes feature pastas made in-house and an extensive list of creamy Italian desserts including cannoli, tiramisu and panna cotta.
2237 Mason Street
|Cross street:||at Chestnut St|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11:30am-10:30pm, Sat-Sun 10:30am-11pm|
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