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And, the interior just might be the most handsome in San Francisco, like a Pacific Heights penthouse would look we imagine. Cotogna is no second fiddle little sibling though -- sit at the counter in front of the pizza oven, the hottest seat in the city (not in terms of trendiness, but rather temperature).
It’s now only prix fixe, which means no choices within courses, so don’t bring your picky friends. Quince's Michael Tusk lets his hair down 20ft away at Cotogna and chances are you’ll go there more often, unless your start-up just finished a round of Series B funding.You can thank A16 for the meatball craze that forced pork belly into the cupboard during the late 2000s.You can also thank A16 for getting SF hooked on burrata with olive oil and sea salt, chocolate budino with sea salt, and blissful, not complicated but not mundane pastas like the house-favorite maccaronara with ragu Napoletana (no sea salt, but still delicious).The restaurant lies right at that tricky intersection of sophisticated and relaxed; it’s also right at that point of being Northern Italian and Californian.Basically, it’s the best of all worlds as you start with the burrata to start and finish with the chocolate oblivion cake (topped with olive oil, sea salt, and amaretti cookie crumbles).