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Trattoria da Vittorio
150 West Portal Ave., West Portal
Phone: (415) 742-0300
Status: Opened yesterday

Trattoria da Vittorio, the new Southern Italian spot from Vittorio d'Urzo, officially opened last night in the former Cafe For All Seasons space. D'Urzo, who used to manage Italian restaurants on the Peninsula, has brought in chef Filippo Cannone (AcquaPazza) and Neapolitan pizzaiolo Antonio Luongo, and while there's no menu online yet, a Yelp review mentions orange-studded arancini, potato croquettes, pizza margherita, pappardelle with wild boar ragu, and short ribs Genovese with polenta.

The restaurant doesn't have its beer and wine license yet, but is expecting it to come through sometime next week. The dining room features wood tables, a marble bar, and a cherry-red pizza oven. Hours are 11 am-10 pm Tuesday-Friday, and 9 am-10 pm Saturday and Sunday.

Update, 5:19 pm: The full dinner menu is now online.

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Trattoria da Vittorio

150 West Portal Avenue, San Francisco, CA

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