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Montesacro Pinseria-Enoteca, San Francisco

Why did we dine here? – Montesacro is a hidden Italian gem, located in an alley right off a hardcore scary block of 6th Street in Downtown San Francisco. The name comes from a neighborhood in Roma. We were tipped off about this place from a friend. Gianluca Legrottaglie, who runs nearby 54 Mint, opened this stylish restaurant, that transports you back to Rome, in 2015. Pinsa’s are a flatbread that was once prepared by peasants living outside the imperial walls during the Roman empire. Montesacro is the first “Pinseria” in the United States. It presents a modern take on Pinsa that is made with a blend of rice, soy and wheat flour imported directly from Rome, All GMO-free. Insider Tip – Enter from 7th street, walking down Stevenson. Check out the bathroom Cuisine – Italian Location – Downtown San Francisco Opened – 2015 Service – Montesacro had friendly service that was adequate. They did forget to tell us about dessert. Verdict – Montesacro will transport you back to Rome. A hidden restaurant, that while not cheap, has decent food and is pretty cool. Is this restaurant worth a 5 minute drive? Yes. 30 minute? Yes. 1 Hour? Maybe. Montesacro […]

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