Capannina is a little Italian restaurant in San Francisco, located near La Marina district, the freak area of the city. Its logo intentionally recalls that of Campari, one of the most famous Italian brands abroad.
In this homey trattoria, you will find a sober and welcoming setting, where all the details are cared with elegance and style. An example? The famous Italian award-winning chandeliers by Artemide, an homage to another Italian excellence in the world. And then the pink marble and the extraordinary bar in typical Italian style.
The restaurants'staff is friendly, attentive and tactful at the same time; a lady makes home-made pasta every day. The choice of Italian dishes and wines is wide, the freshness and quality of ingredients is a rule.
The list of homemade desserts also deserve praise but a special place is deserved to cheeses: at Capannina the variety of specialty cheeses is truly unique, by far one of the richest and most varied ever seen on a menu. It includes a huge variety of aged and fresh cheeses like Italian mozzarella, burrata, pecorino and ricotta, all coming directly from Italy every few days.
Here are some of the delicious dishes you can try at Capannina, without spending a fortune.