The latest Italian restaurant to roll out in the Bay Area is Barbacco, the casual offshoot of its established Financial District neighbor, Perbacco. The design of the "eno-trattoria" is the latest work by SF restaurant starchitect Cass Calder Smith; here, he dispersed 66 seats between a marble bar, walnut two-tops and a few short communal tables, all in the backdrop of exposed brick and an open kitchen. The kitchen is spearheaded by chef-owner Staffan Terje and chef Sarah Burchard.
New takes on the classic college-town genre offer guests the chance to curate reading lists, sip natural wines, and eat great food
Coffee Shop is closed and they can no longer go to Bed (what’s the point without Samantha, anyway?), but the characters of "Sex and the City" are still swapping puns across the tables of New York restaurants