SAVE WITH COUPON

ADDRESS 431 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States

WEBSITE http://www.pantareirestaurant.com/

PHONE 415-591-0900

Panta Rei has been a favorite neighborhood destination for over 12 years. Located in the heart of North Beach, we combine contemporary and traditional Roman cuisine with an extensive wine list, full bar and specialty cocktails. Surrounded by windows with outside seating on the corner of Columbus and Stockton, the main dining room has a prime view of this bustling Italian neighborhood. Only a few minutes from the Financial District in downtown San Francisco, it’s the perfect location for a lovely dinner or an aperitivo at sunset during our Cocktail Hour.

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