Fino Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 624 Post St

    San Francisco, CA 94109

    Cross street: at Taylor

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  • 415-928-2080

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we ate there twice, very personalized service, small place with a great kitchen, the veal dishes were done beautifully, pasta was superb, we liked it so much we went a second night which was unusual for us. nice wine list a must if you

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we ate there twice, very personalized service, small place with a great kitchen, the veal dishes were done beautifully, pasta was superb, we liked it so much we went a second night which was unusual for us. nice wine list a must if you

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A bustling little Italian restaurant in the Andrews Hotel. I've never had a bad meal in what we consider a great little find. One of the best Caesar salads anywhere, with tons of cheese. Also great Pasta dishes.

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A bustling little Italian restaurant in the Andrews Hotel. I've never had a bad meal in what we consider a great little find. One of the best Caesar salads anywhere, with tons of cheese. Also great Pasta dishes.

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Charming, romantic place with a fireplace and white tableclothes. Located in historic Andrews Hotel, 2 blocks from Union Square. We were served bread with a house made dipping sauce. It's so yummie becareful not to fill up. Wonderful

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Charming, romantic place with a fireplace and white tableclothes. Located in historic Andrews Hotel, 2 blocks from Union Square. We were served bread with a house made dipping sauce. It's so yummie becareful not to fill up. Wonderful

Pros: Great location, near theaters and Union Square

Cons: Have reservations or you may not get in

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Went on a Sunday night and sat at the bar because I did not make reservations...make reservations. Started with a Pinot Grigio and the Caprese salad, both were excellent. For dinner I had the Salmone Saltado (salmon with a lemon, butter,

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Went on a Sunday night and sat at the bar because I did not make reservations...make reservations. Started with a Pinot Grigio and the Caprese salad, both were excellent. For dinner I had the Salmone Saltado (salmon with a lemon, butter,

Pros: atmosphere, staff

Cons: make reservations

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I have been visiting this great restaurant for 15 yeeas. Best service, food and atmosphere! Wonderful before or after the theatre! Make reservations in advance!

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I have been visiting this great restaurant for 15 yeeas. Best service, food and atmosphere! Wonderful before or after the theatre! Make reservations in advance!

Pros: Great Food, Great Service, Great Seating

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just visited this place on 3/30/05 with my parents, and was highly impressed with it. it's located at the andrews hotel on post street, and like the hotel, has an european feel. the service is very friendly, the food excellent (as well

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just visited this place on 3/30/05 with my parents, and was highly impressed with it. it's located at the andrews hotel on post street, and like the hotel, has an european feel. the service is very friendly, the food excellent (as well

Pros: food, service, decor

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3/24/04 Stayed at Hotel Rex and walked to Fino. Had a great dinner with great service. Would highly recommend for eating in the Union Square area.

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3/24/04 Stayed at Hotel Rex and walked to Fino. Had a great dinner with great service. Would highly recommend for eating in the Union Square area.

Pros: food, Service, ambience

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Just got back from dinner w/my husband & his parents after seeking a place to eat after a union square holiday walk to see the tree & holidiay window displays. We 1st had a drink at Le Coloniel (directly behind, in the alley). I

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Just got back from dinner w/my husband & his parents after seeking a place to eat after a union square holiday walk to see the tree & holidiay window displays. We 1st had a drink at Le Coloniel (directly behind, in the alley). I

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After several years of living in the Lower Nob Hill/Theatre District, my partner and I finally decided to try the little Italian restaurant we'd walked past dozens of times. We just wonder what took us so long! Fino's menu isn't very

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After several years of living in the Lower Nob Hill/Theatre District, my partner and I finally decided to try the little Italian restaurant we'd walked past dozens of times. We just wonder what took us so long! Fino's menu isn't very

Pros: Romantic ambience, Service, Dish execution

Cons: Conventional menu

 

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