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“Uber’s New Rewards Program Will Let You Earn Free Rides — Belga in San Francisco is participating”

 -Travel + Leisure

 

“Travel Guide for San Francisco: For beer and bites, head to Belga”

 -Chase News

 

“SF Weekend Getaway Guide: For a Casual Happy Hour, Belga in Cow Hollow”

 -The Editorialist LA

 

“Union Street Guide: Where to Shop, Brunch, Drink + More: We love kicking back with mussels and beer at the Belgium-inspired brasserie Belga”

 -7×7

 

“The Cow Hollow Guide — Belga is a good one to have in your roster when outdoor tables and people watching are your priorities”

 -The Infatuation

 

“Haute Top 5: Best Brunch Spots in San Francisco 2017 — Belga: At this bustling Belgian-inspired brasserie in Cow Hollow, enjoy oysters on the half shell, housemade sausages, croque-madames with smoked ham and a fried sunny-side up egg, and classic cocktails”

 -Haute Living

 

“Belga of San Francisco has crafted one delicious citrus-y libation that will seriously boost your vitamin C levels. ”

 -Fab Fit Fun

 

“San Francisco’s Ultimate Date Spots: Belga–there’s an impressive beer list and a menu of Belgian classics (think sausages, mussels, fries).”

 -Eater SF

 

“The Bay Area’s Hearty Brunches. Don’t say Belga just serves Belgian waffles — they do so much more. ”

 -Bob Cut Magazine

 

“If you’re in San Francisco and looking for a brunch spot or a place for cocktails, check out Belga on Union Street! ”

 -Food n’ Focus

 

“Here are my recommendations for where to get your nom on during this delicious week: $15 Lunch: Belga: Solid new Belgian food like ham flatbread and a beer truffle.”

 -Shikha La Mode

 

“Restaurant Week 2017 Giveaway: Belga”

 -The JetSetting Fashionista

 

“San Francisco’s Top 10 Brunches: Best Brunch & Bar Scene- Belga”

 -The Jetsetting Fashionista

 

“The San Francisco Brunch Heatmap: Where to Brunch NOW, January 2017: Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Belga’s new Monday Lite menu really made our Monday.”

 -The Marina Times

 

“Where to eat and drink on Union Street: enjoy a sausage, waffle and mimosa-filled brunch at Belga”

 -Zagat SF

 

“30 Fireplaces to Cozy Up to in San Francisco Restaurants and Bars: Belga on Union Street”

 -Eater SF

 

“Another good deal: BELGA has launched a new Monday Lite menu, with dinner for $15. ”

 -Tablehopper

 

“SF Bay Area’s 30 Essential Dishes: Belgian waffle at Belga”

 -Zagat SF

 

“The San Francisco Brunch Heatmap: Where to Brunch NOW, December 2016 — Cow Hollow’s official spot for maximum brunch indulgence post-Soul Cycle is Belga.”

 -Eater SF

 

“Starting December 5, Belga will waive corkage fees on Monday nights in December. It’s a part of the new “Monday Lite” menu.”

 -Eater SF

 

“Union Street’s Belga has a ton of seating and a back room with a fireplace that gets opened up when the restaurant is busy. Whether your group is six people or 12 people, there’s a good chance that Belga will be able to accommodate you, even at the last minute.”

 -Rally (by Eventbrite)

 

“The Big Drink: Belga’s The West 20s – 75 Cocktails to Try Right Now”

 -7×7

 

“Belga: The Gluten Free Friendly Belgian Brasserie”

 -NoBread

 

“9 Awesome SF Spots to Drink Craft Beer and Eat Tasty Food – Belga”

 -Eventbrite (Rally)

 

“September Brunch Heatmap: Where to Eat Brunch NOW – Belga, Cow Hollows official spot for maximum brunch indulgence…””

 -Eater SF

 

“Best Moments of 2016, Eat Drink SF – Belga and team”

 -ideias na mala

 

“29 Fireplaces to Cozy Up to in SF – Union Street: the fireplace in Belga’s private dining room.”

 -Eater SF

 

“Some of my favorite chefs and restaurants, such as Belga, will be making an appearance this year and I seriously can’t wait!”

 -The Ohio Transplant

 

“10 of San Francisco’s Hottest New Happy Hours – Belga’s got a lively atmosphere and the happy hour deals to match”

 -Eater SF

 

“The Bay Area’s 50 Most Essential New Dishes – Cauliflower with vadouvan, raisins, and almonds at Belga in the Marina ”

 -San Francisco Magazine

 

“San Francisco’s Ultimate Date Spots – Belga has the lively atmosphere of a Belgian brasserie (the big front bar helps) in a breezy, California-style space. There’s an impressive beer list and a menu of Belgian classics”

 -Eater SF

 

“Unconventional Brunch Spots for When You’re Tired of Eggs & Potatoes — Belga: Thankfully, there’s no shortage of exciting morning dishes in San Francisco. ”

 -7×7

 

“Belga Turns One, Throws All-Day Happy Hour”

 -SF Weekly

 

“Wish Belga a happy first birthday this Monday, May 23”

 -Eater SF

 

“Drink Here Now: Belga’s First Birthday Party”

 -7×7

 

“Best of SF — Best Reason Never to Talk Shit About the Marina Again — Belga”

 -SF Weekly

 

“The Marina — Belga makes a good cocktail. ”

 -Thrillist SF

 

“Cow Hollow has a new spot for maximum brunch indulgence post-Soul Cycle. ”

 -Eater SF

 

“Top 100 Restaurants — Belga”

 -San Francisco Chronicle

 

“Top 100 Restaurants — Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“The Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Cocktails in SF Right Now, Spring 2016 – Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“5 Bars and Restaurants to Try This Weekend — For Cow Hollow’s most mature people-watching: Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Bay Area brunch spots worth your time — Belga”

 -San Francisco Chronicle

 

“The Best Happy Hours In SF — Belga on Union Street”

 -Infatuation SF

 

“Valentine’s Day Reservations: San Francisco Restaurants For Procrastinating Cupids — Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Top 10 Things To Do And See In Cow Hollow — Brioche beignets for brunch at Belga”

 -The Culture Trip

 

“Drink These 7 Beer Cocktails Right Now — Belga is known for its Californian twist on Belgian food, and integrating beer into its drink list is yet another example of it. ”

 -Eater SF

 

“7 New San Francisco Happy Hours–Belga’s got a lively atmosphere and the happy hour deals to match.”

 -Eater SF

 

“Drink Here Now: Beer-Inspired Cocktails at Belga”

 -7×7

 

“The Best New SF Brunches of 2015 – Belga (Cow Hollow)”

 -Thrillist SF

 

“The Top San Francisco Restaurant Standbys of 2015 – Belga ”

 -Eater SF

 

“Sausage Fest headed to the Marina — As part of next week’s SF Beer Week festivities, the Marina’s Belga will host their first annual Sausage Festival ”

 -SF Gate

 

“SF Restaurant Week 2016: 5 Can’t Miss Deals + Dishes — Belga opened just last year to rave reviews…The dishes on the restaurant week menu are all specials…”

 -OpenTable

 

“Belga’s Sausage Fest — Belga, the spectacular Belgian-German brasserie with the outstanding beer list, is tackling Beer Week with four brand-new $10 sausages (plus the classics), lots of beer on draft and in bottles, and a Bro Board of “eight sausages, served naked.” Bras and bros and bratwurst? It’s a bromance for sure.”

 -SF Weekly

 

“Foodie Agenda: Almanac Beer Dinners + SF Restaurant Week — If you’ve been wanting to try Belga, now’s the perfect chance.”

 -7×7

 

“The Best Events of San Francisco Beer Week 2016 — First Annual Sausage Fest at Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Belga’s beer-inspired cocktails”

 -SF Weekly

 

“Restaurant Week Coming to San Francisco This Month — More than 120 restaurants from all over the city are participating, including Belga…”

 -Tablehopper

 

“Amazing Giveaway of Restaurant Week Dinner with The J.S.F. — Experience Union Street’s newest Culinary destination Belga during Restaurant Week”

 -The Jetsetting Fashionista

 

“Peter Kane, SF Weekly food critic – Belga; Daisy Barringer, Eater SF and Thrillist SF contributor – Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Eater SF Editors Dish on the Dishes to Top in 2016 – Belga’s “Loophole” cocktail”

 -Eater SF

 

“A great week of dining at Belga – appreciated the Belga interpretation of the Waldorf salad”

 -SFGate

 

“13 Hot Cocktails to Enjoy on Cold San Francisco Nights — Belga’s Mulled Wine”

 -Eater SF

 

“The 17 Best New Restaurants Of 2015 — Belga”

 -SFist

 

“The San Francisco Brunch Heatmap: Where to Brunch NOW, December 2015 — Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Every Single SF ‘Hood Ranked By Its Drinking Potential — Cow Hollow — (with) a vast beer selection (Belga), we’d be doing the world a disservice if we didn’t admit that it’s worth it to take a drinking trip to this neck of the woods.”

 -Thrillist SF

 

“10 Restaurants in San Francisco You’ll be Racing to Get Seconds From — Belga”

 -Xome

 

“Top 25 Restaurants in San Francisco to Eat at Right Now — Belga”

 -Gayot

 

“The 21 Best Restaurants In SF Right Now – Belga, Cow Hollow — Belgian-inspired brasserie has killer cocktails, an extensive Belgian beer menu, and a menu that’s perfect for sharing.”

 -Thrillist

 

“Belga: A Popular Belgian-Inspired Brasserie in San Francisco”

 -Eat Well 101

 

“ABV, Belga, and Calavera: New Brunch Spots as Easy as A, B, C”

 -SF Weekly

 

“Good Times + Hearty Eating at San Francisco’s First Belgian Inspired Brasserie: Belga”

 -The Violet Fog

 

“Cow Hollow’s Belgian Belga is also adding happy hour to the mix with $5 frites, bubbles, brews and Kopstoot (genever and beer).”

 -Eater SF

 

“The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, November 2015 — Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Top Contenders for the next Top 100 list — Belga”

 -SFGate

 

“Top 10 Dishes & New Openings: September — Belga’s Carbonnade/Flemish Beer Stew”

 -The Perfect Spot

 

“The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, October 2015 – Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Top 8 Cocktails of the Month – Belga’s Devil’s Advokaat”

 -Eater SF

 

“The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, October 2015: Belga, Restaurateur Adriano Paganini’s Belgian brasserie”

 -Eater SF

 

“The Hottest Restaurants In 24 Eater Cities, October 2015: San Francisco–Belga”

 -Eater

 

“The 38 Essential San Francisco Restaurants, October 2015: Belga in San Francisco’s Cow Hollow district”

 -Eater SF

 

“Adriano Paganini, who also owns several other popular San Francisco eateries, opened Belga, a 200-seat, upscale, Belgian-inspired brasserie in the Cow Hollow neighborhood. ”

 -Celebrator Beer News

 

“Belga: A playful menu heavy in smoky meats and sausages anchors this popular Belgian-inspired brasserie in Cow Hollow.”

 -Gayot

 

“10 Hottest Bars in San Francisco Right Now: Belga–it has one killer beer collection”

 -Zagat

 

“The San Francisco Brunch Heatmap: Where to Brunch NOW, October 2015: Belga–Cow Hollow has a new spot for maximum brunch indulgence post-Soul Cycle. ”

 -Eater SF

 

“Every Important San Francisco Cocktail Bar, Mapped: Belga has one of the best beer selections in town, but the cocktail program is also killing it thanks to sophisticated Instagram-worthy concoctions.”

 -Eater SF

 

“…nearby beer palace Belga, which opened earlier this year, might change your feelings about the Marina.”

 -SF Weekly

 

“The virtues of the viscous brine in canned chickpeas…has been shouted from the rooftops by seemingly every vegan food blogger on the Internet…Those qualities make it suitable for cocktails, too, according to Erin Rea, manager at Belga in San Francisco.”

 -Tales of The Cocktail

 

“Shout out to the newest (and cutest) restaurant Belga for accommodating our special requests.”

 -The Violet Fog

 

“Belga Cow Hollow Prolific restaurateur Adriano Paganini (Beretta, Delarosa) has turned his attention to Belgium…”

 -San Francisco Magazine

 

“The Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Cocktails in SF Right Now, Fall 2015: Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, September 2015 – Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“The San Francisco Brunch Heatmap: Where to Brunch NOW, September 2015 – Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Favorite Food Finds: August – Belga”

 -Stilettos to Snatches

 

“Neighborhood Guide: What to Do In Cow Hollow”

 -7×7

 

“Stop everything. That nice little Cow Hollow brasserie, Belga, is now open for lunch.”

 -UrbanDaddy SF

 

“4 New Brunches to Try in San Francisco This Weekend – Belga”

 -Zagat

 

“My list of where it’s hot to eat right now in the San Francisco Bay Area–Belga”

 -Focus Snap Eat

 

“4 New Brunches to Try in San Francisco This Weekend – Belga”

 -Zagat

 

“Eat Drink SF 2015–20 restaurants are serving as post-event gathering spots where you’re likely to run into some other event attendees–Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“New Service: Lunch at Belga”

 -Tablehopper

 

“11 Bites You Will Want to Eat at Eat Drink SF – Belga, as recently awarded three stars by the Chronicle’s Michael Bauer: Genever-cured arctic char”

 -SFist

 

“Grand tasting events are Eat Drink’s cream of the crop, and of all of them, this one is the best bet. Belga, and many more local gems will offer yummy bites…”

 -SF Station

 

“The Hottest Restaurants in 24 Eater Cities, August 2015 – Belga”

 -Eater

 

“New from restaurateur Adriano Paganini (Delarosa, Lolinda, Starbelly) comes Belga, a Belgian-inspired brasserie, which takes over the space at 2000 Union St.”

 -Nob Hill Gazette

 

“25 Must-Try Romantic Restaurants & Bars in San Francisco – Belga”

 -VacationIdea

 

“San Francisco’s Top 5 Places for a Taste of Belgium”

 -The Culture Trip

 

“A rundown of the five (or so) must-know spots–Belga”

 -Inside Hook SF

 

“The Weekender – For leisurely weekend brunching: Belga allows that now. Sit outside. Have a beer. Eat a beignet.”

 -UrbanDaddy SF

 

“Union Street’s Newest Hot Spot Belga San Francisco”

 -Jetsetting Fashionista

 

“The 20 Best New Restaurants In SF Right Now–Belga”

 -Thrillist SF

 

“This Week In SF Food: Belga, having just earned three Bauer stars, is launching brunch (at last) this weekend.”

 -SFist

 

“The Marina – Belga Adds Brunch”

 -Eater SF

 

“Sour beers go great with food. The Sausage Board with Belgian mash and a beer at Belga.”

 -San Francisco Chronicles

 

“The Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Cocktails in SF Right Now, Summer 2015 – Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“The best Bay Area restaurants of 2015 (so far)…Another restaurant that offers diners a bargain in our ever price-escalating dining scene is Belga”

 -SF Gate

 

“The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, August 2015 – Belga”

 -Eater SF

 

“Diners Refuse to Be Silent About Noise – Belga Owner Adriano Paganini says that in the next two or three weeks they will replace all the ceiling tiles with sound absorbent panels. I wish more restaurant owners would follow his lead…”

 -SF Gate

 

“Three-star Belga offers the best of Belgium, with beer”

 -San Francisco Chronicle

 

“Bauer raves about the new Belgian spot, Belga, in Cow Hollow…He loves all the beer and pretty much all the food he tried…All in all: three stars.”

 -SFist

 

“There are other factors that set Belga apart, and make it worthy of three stars: The atmosphere is refined—with large windows that open onto Union and Buchanan streets; the beer, wine and spirits selection is extensive; and the service is caring and professional. To me that’s the epitome of a three star destination.”

 -Inside Scoop SF

 

“Beer pairings — and beer floats — aren’t new, but Belga spotlights the trend of using beer in food…It’s a creative way to carry beer through the meal.”

 -SF Gate

 

“Belga, Union Street’s three star Belgian brasserie, to offer weekend brunch”

 -SF Gate

 

“…at SF Weekly, Pete Kane files the first review of Belga, the new Belgian spot in the Marina from restaurateur Adriano Paganini.”

 -SFist

 

“Walk through Belga’s doors and you are sure to feel comfortable and at home”

 -Drive the District

 

“Notable newcomer: Belga”

 -San Francisco Chronicle

 

“…I ended up at Belga, the latest addition to Adriano Paganini’s swelling empire…it’s Belgian with a blow-out, but the high point of the meal had an Indian rather than Belgian accent. The vadouvan cauliflower…in an ideal world, would be sold by the pint. ”

 -San Francisco Magazine

 

“I had a great [chicken], with one of the most beautifully crisped skins, at Belga, the new Belgian restaurant that took over the Cafe des Amis space.”

 -Inside Scoop SF

 

“Belga’s Ryan Murphy Shares Beer Float Flight Recipe”

 -Auve Daily

 

“Belga is the Best Reason to Hit the Marina”

 -SF Weekly

 

“San Francisco’s 15 Best Bar and Restaurant Openings of Spring–Belga (Cow Hollow)”

 -Thrillist SF

 

“The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, July 2015–Belga (Cow Hollow)”

 -Eater SF

 

“Belga-This Belgian-inspired brasserie in Cow Hollow is casual and welcoming, providing that lax outdoor cafe feel for homesick Europeans. ”

 -Zagat

 

“Belga-Recently opened in Cow Hollow, this brasserie gives classic Belgian dishes a San Francisco twist. ”

 -7×7

 

“Belga opened in May as a new, destination-worthy temple to beer with hearty-yet-refined Belgian, French and German food and strong cocktails. ”

 -Zagat

 

“10 New San Francisco Venues for Summer Meetings and Events – Belga”

 -BizBash

 

“Belga brings Belgian beer, cuisine to friendly neighborhood setting; Prices are friendly…keeping with Belga’s concept of a comfortable place where singles, couples, friends, families, and neighbors will become regulars. ”

 -The Marina Times

 

“San Francisco’s 10 Hottest Restaurant and Bay Openings in May; Belga, Cow Hollow”

 -Thrillist SF

 

“New Restaurant: Belga; The bar-restaurant with a Belgian-German cuisine opened in the Marina neighborhood…Helmed by chef Freedom Rains…The menu’s range is impressive…”

 -SF Station

 

“The Summer 2015 Hit List; Belga for Belgian sausage and spaetzle? Sounds like a good time, and perfect for summertime.”

 -The Infatuation

 

“Next in our series of bartender interviews: the inimitable Nora Furst, who is surely one of the most prolific bar professionals in San Francisco. She’s behind the adventurous cocktail programmes at three of the city’s finest restaurants…the newly opened Belga (a contemporary Belgian brasserie).”

 -Sipsmith

 

“10 Hottest Bars in San Francisco Now; Brand-new Belga just opened mid-May with one killer beer collection, heavy on Belgian and craft American beers, as well as a strong cocktail and cider menu ”

 -Zagat

 

“Belga Brings a Taste of Belgium and Germany to Cow Hollow”

 -Zagat

 

“Top Restaurant Openings of the Month Around the U.S.; San Francisco: Belga Brings a Taste of Belgium and Germany to Cow Hollow”

 -Zagat

 

“Bay Area restaurateur Adriano Paganini has opened another eatery in San Francisco. Belga [occupies] the Union Street corner space in Cow Hollow…Paganini hopes his new European-inspired eatery will eventually be a neighborhood landmark and gathering place for locals…”

 -LocalLuxe

 

“5 Things To Do–Belga…This Belgian-inspired brasserie from the man behind Beretta, Lolinda, and Starbelly is newly opened [on] Union Street…”

 -SF Gate

 

“…Belga, a new Belgium-leaning brasserie from the owners of Beretta and Delarosa that’s suitably stocked with 70 brews, opening tomorrow in Cow Hollow.”

 -UrbanDaddy

 

“The Hottest Bars in 23 Cities Right Now–Belga, San Francisco”

 -Eater National

 

“ Belga, the Belgian-inspired brasserie from Adrian Paganini and team, opens Monday, [and] features a shareable menu of California-inspired Belgian fare from chef Freedom Rains…”

 -7×7

 

“Belga just opened…And yes, it’s totally worth a trip to Cow Hollow. ”

 -Thrillist SF

 

“Open tonight (May 12th) is Belga, the Cow Hollow Belgian-inspired brasserie from restaurateur Adriano Paganini…”

 -Tablehopper

 

“This Week In SF Food: Belga, the Belgian brasserie that comes from restaurateur Adriano Paganini, hard-opens Tuesday.”

 -SFist

 

“Coming soon is Belga (2000 Union Street), Adriano Paganini’s latest project…”

 -The Marina Times

 

“ Belga, the new Belgian concept coming to…Union Street…is the dream of local restaurateur Adriano Paganini (Beretta, Starbelly, Delarosa, Lolinda, Super Duper), and perhaps his biggest project to date…”

 -SFist

 

“Inside Cow Hollow’s New Belga…Adriano Paganini’s…Belga, opening for dinner service on Tuesday.”

 -Eater SF

“Belga opens this week, set in the blockbuster Union Street corner space…The man behind the revival is Adriano Paganini, the restaurateur who also owns nearby Delarosa, as well as a host of other San Francisco hotspots, like Beretta, Lolinda, and Starbelly, among others.”

 -inside Scoop SF

 

“Belga…features a shareable menu of California-inspired Belgian fare from chef Freedom Rains…”

 -7×7

 

“Belga Just Opened”

 -Thrillist Sf

 

“Adriano Paganini’s latest project on Union Street now has a name and a chef. The Belgian brasserie has been christened Belga, and Freedom Rains has been appointed as chef. ”

 -Tablehopper

 

“…the new concept from Beretta/Starbelly guy Adriano Paganini…a Belgian brasserie…today we get word on the name: Belga (2000 Union Street). ”

 -SFist

 

“Adriano Paganini’s Belgian Brasserie Gets Name, Chef, and Logo”

 -Eater SF

 

“Adriano Paganini — whose restaurant empire includes Delarosa, Beretta, Starbelly, Lolinda, and the Super Duper Burger mini chain, among others — plans to turn the space into an unpretentious, beckoning Belgian brasserie.”

 -The Marina Times

 

“Belga–12 most anticipated restaurants in San Francisco…”

 -Racked SF

 

“Hitmaker Paganini, who already has Beretta, Delarosa, Lolinda, Pesce, Starbelly, and burgeoning chains Super Duper Burgers and Uno Dos Tacos under his belt, is taking on a Belgian brasserie concept…”

 -Eater SF

 

“Adriano Paganini (Beretta, Super Duper Burgers) is taking over the former Café Des Amis space with plans for a Belgian brasserie.”

 -San Francsico Magazine

 

“Challenges and growth seen ahead for Union Street shops…we are getting the wonderful operators of Delarosa…”

 -The Marina Times

 

“Paganini’s plans…It’s going to be a Belgian brasserie, with a California sensibility, of course.”

 -Tablehopper

 

“”Belgian brasserie” is the newly announced concept for the Cafe Des Amis space (2000 Union Street at Buchanan), which we learned in January was coming under the ownership of Adriano Paganini. ”

 -SFist

 

“[Adriano Paganini] is ready to talk about his plans for 2000 Union Street…The “exciting, yet unpretentious” restaurant he alluded to in January will be a Belgian brasserie.”

 -Eater SF

 

“Adriano Paganini Takes Over Café des Amis”

 -Tablehopper

 

“Adriano Paganini, one of the Bay Area’s most prolific restaurateurs…took over the lease on the former Café des Amis space (2000 Union Street)…“I don’t want to put all the weight on Adriano’s shoulders, but I do think he will breathe a lot of life back into the neighborhood…””

 -The Marina Times

 

“2000 Union St.–The next act for the former Cafe des Amis will be a new restaurant from Adriano Paganini, the man behind Beretta, Delarosa, Super Duper Burgers, and Starbelly, among others.”

 -Curbed SF

 

“[Adriano]Paganini will be taking possession of the 200-seat restaurant/bar at 2000 Union Street on February 1.”

 -Inside Scoop SF

 

“2000 Union St.–The next act for the former Cafe des Amis will be a new restaurant from Adriano Paganini.”

 -Racked SF

 

“Adriano Paganini is at it again…Paganini said that his new concept, landing at 2000 Union Street, “will offer something distinctly fresh to Cow Hollow and the Marina, while encompassing the energy of the neighborhood.””

 -San Francisco Business Times

 

“Adriano Paganini is at it again, this time in Cow Hollow…Beretta/Super Duper/Delarosa Empire-Builder Snags Cafe des Amis Space.”

 -SF Eater

 

“In what will be his largest restaurant venture to date, local restaurateur Adriano Paganini has inked a deal to take on the 200-seat, recently vacated Cafe Des Amis (2000 Union Street at Buchanan) for an as-yet unannounced new concept.”

 -SFist