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2251 Market St. (Noe St.) Send to Phone
Rustic Italian dining has arrived in the Castro in the form of this Roman supper club.

Lunch Wed.-Fri., Dinner Wed.-Mon., Brunch Sat.-Sun.
  • Dress code: Casual

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Repastoria Satyricon Restaurant Review

: Rustic Italian dining has arrived in the Castro in the form of a Roman supper club called Repastoria Satyricon. Chef-owner Jay Bagi calls forth the cuisines of Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio in dishes honoring house-made pastas and small game meats. The apéritif and antipasti bar is a nice place to begin the evening or end the workday. If you plan on staying for dinner, don't miss the classic Cesare salad or the Bieda alla Romana---Swiss chard wilted with garlic, raisins and pine nuts. House specialties include artichoke-and-goat cheese ravioli in a mint-basil broth, gnocchi in rabbit ragù and risotto with grilled quail. Brunch is also delicious with an Italian version of eggs fried in sliced bread and a scramble with fontina cheese, Italian sausage and sun-dried tomatoes.
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