San Francisco, CA 94111
SF Weekly's Description
The lusty, full-flavored, Italian-influenced California cuisine served at the casual (wood floors, brick walls, open kitchen) Globe is welcome at any time of day, but especially after midnight. This is one of the few first-rate San Francisco eateries that serve a full menu until 1 a.m. (midnight on Sundays). You can command excellent pizzas and starters, and continue on to inventive housemade pastas, grilled steak and chops, and seafood. Busy bar, too.
Tips from foursquare
Dig into the market’s best with the four-course Farmers Menu on Sunday nights.
spaghetti looks soo simple but taste soo good. Must try!
Sopressata with egg pizza FTW!
Last year's Sunday Farmers' dinners were awesome. Sadly, went twice in Feb for regular dinner; both horrible experiences. Avoid the bland mac-n-cheese and too-pungent fish, or go elsewhere.
Tuna tartare is excellent. Great tuna and light, citrus vinegrette combined with kalamata tapenade- all seasoned perfectly.
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Globe 290 Pacific (at Battery), 391-4132. Open Monday through Friday for lunch 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Saturday for dinner 6 p.m. to... More on Globe »