Here are some photos from SOMA hot spot, Zero Zero in San Francisco. More pics will be added later today to our Zero Zero album on Food Fashionista on Facebook.
Sweet Pea Agnolotti, Pancetta, Meyer Lemon, Chili, Mint
Zero Zero has only been open for less than a year, but has already built a fan-following for their comforting local and seasonal Italian-inspired cuisine. From fried Squash blossoms, to the Daily Crudo, Chef Bruce Hill and team have already hit the mark with what San Franciscans want to eat. The multi-level space is masculine with dark woods and a touch of industrial. In addition, Zero Zero has become a popular destination to grab cocktails after work or after a ball game. On a recent evening, I spotted a few of SF's top mixologists socializing over drinks at the bar. Although quite popular for the pizzas, I actually found other dishes on the menu to shine brighter on several different visits. Definitely opt for family-style dining, so you can try a myriad of dishes. Save room for dessert - Straus Dairy choose-your-own-toppings Sundaes are sinfully good and sinful to miss.
Meatballs (Fall Menu)
Tomato Braised Chickpea Bruschetta with Burrata & Rosemary
Prosciutto, Grilled Bread, Arugula, Marmalade Jam
Martina + Krista + Amy (& a stalking-swine in the background)
Straus Dairy Vanilla Sundae with Caramel & Cinnamon Apples
Quilted Chanel + Sparkling Prosecco
Dowstairs Bar + Mixologists at Zero Zero
For more info on Zero Zero, visit HERE