Thin-crust pizzas and cocktails in a neighborhood spot
180 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
About this place
Before the Mission was filled with artisanal ice cream shops and designer boutiques, there was Beretta. This casual Italian spot opened in 2008 and quickly became an industry favorite, churning out thin-crust pizzas and modern takes on Italian comfort food. And with Adriano Paganini (Back of the House Inc. restaurant group) and chef Ruggero Gadaldi at the helm, it’s no wonder this lively neighborhood haunt is still going strong a decade later.
Tips from locals
Delicious California fare and pizza for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Great cocktails + outdoor seating!
Cocktails are the best. Ask for the Field Guide to Birds menu. Get there early and sit outside unless you're already hearing impaired. Inside the music is loud and guests shout to be heard.
Excellent food and cocktails. Can be loud. It's a bit of a walk, but it's worth it.
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1199 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Serves the following meal typesBrunch, lunch, dinner, dessert
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert
Beer, wine, full bar, cocktails
Take out, no delivery
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