Top 5 Italian Restaurants In Financial District – No.2 – Perbacco – 94111 – US
(between Front St & Battery St)
San Francisco, CA 94111
Neighborhood: Financial District
- Health Score:
- 93 out of 100
- Mon-Fri 11:30 am – 10 pmSat 5:30 pm – 10 pm
- Good for Kids:
NoAccepts Credit Cards:
DressyGood for Groups:
- Price Range:
$$$ Takes Reservations:
Full BarNoise Level:
Classy, UpscaleHas TV:
YesAbout Perbacco“Perbacco” is an Italian word to accentuate positive comments. It can also be an expression of pleasure and surprise, as well as a reference to Bacchus, God of Wine and “good times.” A fitting name for a ristorante so thoroughly steeped in the traditions of Italy, yet with a refreshingly modern feel and attitude. Perbacco introduces urban San Francisco to the full range of flavors found in the Italian regions of Piemonte and Liguria, with a touch of France by way of Provence.
Chef/Owner Staffan Terje and Owner Umberto Gibin have been sharing their passion for the food and wine of Italy with Americans for nearly three decades. With the opening of Perbacco, Terje and Gibin, culinary stars who rose to prominence at some of California’ s finest Italian restaurants, including Scala’s Bistro, Chianti and Poggio, as well as the esteemed San Francisco dining destinations Fifth Floor and Masa’s, ensure that each guest gets a taste of an authentic Italian dining experience.
Perbacco’s seasonal Northern Italian menu focuses on the refined cuisine found in the Piemonte region, with a touch of Liguria and Provence. Chef Terje has created a menu rich with pure, ingredient-driven dishes, reflecting his commitment to handcrafted foods. A menu that changes daily gives Chef Terje the advantage of using the seasonal bounty available to a chef in San Francisco. Lively from opening until closing, Perbacco offers fresh, original food and drink suited to every palate at every time of day.