+
Gimpleboy | Jan 7, 200911:31 AM     7

Have been staying up nights trying to remember the name of an Italian restaurant I dined at in the early 80's in Ghirardelli Square. If my memory serves me right (and that's not always a sure thing these days), this place was one of two owned by the same restauranteur. The main one (if I recall correctly) was in the Opera (or Theater) district and was famous for it's art work.

The one in the Square included a glassed in porch dining area. Wonderful food and wonderful atmosphere. I've been trying for years to remember the name.

Anybody remember this place? Thanks in advance for your help.

Dan G

This post is locked.Have something new to say?

Create a New Post

More from Chowhound

Mojo Magic: The Best Cuban Pork (& Cubano Sandwiches) You'll Ever Eat
How To

Mojo Magic: The Best Cuban Pork (& Cubano Sandwiches) You'll Ever Eat

by Arturo Rojas | A great Cubano depends on great pork, and this Cuban pork recipe is just as perfect on its own as...

Liven Up Your Labor Day Veggie Tray with These Unique Dips
Recipe Round-Ups

Liven Up Your Labor Day Veggie Tray with These Unique Dips

by Jen Wheeler | There is absolutely nothing wrong with hummus, guacamole, or even a good store-bought dip (looking...

15 Make-Ahead Labor Day Recipes from Dips to Dessert
Recipe Round-Ups

15 Make-Ahead Labor Day Recipes from Dips to Dessert

by Chowhound Editors | Make-ahead Labor Day recipes ensure that you get to enjoy the party along with everyone else—and that...

15 Labor Day Party Tips to Maximize Fun & Minimize Stress
Entertaining

15 Labor Day Party Tips to Maximize Fun & Minimize Stress

by Jody Eddy | Labor Day is the holiday that brings the long hot days of summer to a close. Say farewell to the season...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.