San Francisco, CA 94114
SF Weekly's Description
This stylish, friendly Noe Valley tapas bar and restaurant serves a daily-changing menu of Catalan specialties with a tasty hint of California pizzazz. The front counter is a fun place to watch the chefs at work, or snag a table on the back patio next to the kitchen's herb garden. Everything is made from scratch with organic, locally sourced ingredients. There's an extensive and affordably priced Iberia-centric wine list.
Tips from foursquare
Because Brett Emerson had a vision and he's stuck to it, creating the perfect neighborhood Bay Area-inflected Spanish restaurant. [Eater 38 Member]
Churros and chocolate.
7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the calamari with chorizo and black rice is delicious. Yum!
try out any of the cocas (flatbreads), croquetas, or pork belly dishes. you won't be sorry.
Go with a group and eat every item on the menu
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