San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
As the air turns cool and crisp, food lovers welcome the new Autumn into Winter menu at Palio D’Asti- a top San Francisco Italian restaurant - as the changing regional menu shifts its focus to the comfort foods of Northern Italy (http://www.paliodasti.com). From the vibrant antipasti to the elegant risottos, from the pastas and pizzas to the hearty meats and polenta dishes; Palio invites you to simultaneously celebrate the seasons and the bounty of Northern California.
Palio D’Asti is one of the best San Francisco Italian restaurants to have withstood the test of time. Equally popular with downtown denizens and travelers who appreciate the Michelin rated comfortable dining; in 2012 it was named an “Open Table Diners Choice” and its $1 Pizza Happy Hour (featuring signature cocktails and a Wine Spectator award winning list) was recently featured by Zagat.com.
“Palio utilizes sustainable and organic ingredients from local family farms -- just like they do in the best restaurants in Italy,” explained owner Martino DiGrande. “We also import unique Italian products such as white truffles and we support artisan producers of cheese, gelato, and chocolates to provide diners with an undeniably authentic Italian dining experience.”
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Palio D’Asti is located at 640 Sacramento Street between Kearny and Montgomery in the heart of San Francisco’s financial district, convenient to Moscone Center and major hotels. Open for a la carte lunch Monday- Friday, Palio offers a prix fixe dinner Monday- Saturday, full bar, private dining rooms and free validated parking. Reservations are available online at http://www.paliodasti.com or by calling (415) 395-9800.