Rome If You Want To

Locanda, by the Numbers

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Coming out of the sunniest weekend in way too long, you might not need that European vacation after all. But if Rome came to you in the form of a pasta-centric, offal-loving, cocktailing restaurant called Locanda from the Delfina folks, you’d be okay with that.

Below, what you need to know...

Latest you can order from the dinner menu: 1am
Number of Italian anchovy-can lanterns per table: 1
Quality of the mood lighting on a scale of 1 to 10: 9.3
Thickness of the crust of the Bianca, a focaccia-like flatbread: 1 inch
Thickness of the crust of Delfina’s pizza: ¼ inch
Stools at the bar: 11
Seats at the communal table: 10
Number of two-tops against the window looking out to Valencia: 3
Number of hipsters riding down Valencia on fixies per hour: 57+
Months chef Anthony Strong was in Italy “researching”: 2
Wines on tap: 6
Percentage of wines by the bottle from regions the Romans conquered: 100
Italian beers on the list: 3
Price of decidedly not Italian Miller High Life: $3
Number of specialty drinks crafted by an LA-based Osteria Mozza vet: 4
Weeks until the housemade limoncello will be served: At least 3
Weeks until the housemade nocino (walnut liqueur) will be served: At least 1
Number of bottles of grappa and amaro on the bar’s top shelf: 30
Number of chefs in the kitchen: 6
Ratio of red bandanas to SF Giants ball caps in the kitchen: 1:1
Average number of (visible) tattoos per server: 3
Average number per diner: 2
Earliest available 8pm Thursday reservation for two: May 12


557 Valencia St
(at 16th)
San Francisco, CA, 94110


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