If you go to Beretta for their extensive and delightful cocktail list and their thin crust pizza, you're obviously a person of great taste since that's what I do. A few outdoor seats and a lovely brunch later and you're practically a regular. Look at you.
ENJOYED IT ALL.
All we can say is GO! And, go again -- it just gets better and better everytime we are there. We've been going to this restaurant for several months and have never written a review. Now we are.
We truly enjoyed every aspect of our evening last Saturday (as we have the times before). From the great - and traditional - Southern Italian food (true to its origin) to the warm and friendly service to the fun "club like" setting we had a wonderful time.
For us it is truly a pleasure to have a "great" Italian restaurant serving authentic dishes like my mothers and grandmothers from Napoli. We say to the owner - Keep up the good work and don't stray from what you believe in, we love it.
Good food and service.
The food was good and the service great. Prices are fairly good. They have monthly specials where they feature a different region of Italy.
Wine prices on Tuesday's are great!
Puzzled by the crowds. I finally tried it this week and found the food downright insulting to the sophisticated San Francisco palate. I had the artichoke dip (cold, oily, bland) and its accompanying dry, flavorless crackers, which had to be out of a box. Followed that with the beet salad, which was overly dressed and soggy. The so-called croutons were merely stale toasted bread with goat cheese spread across them. I followed that with the Fusillu alla Norma, which was heavily salted--I thought SF restaurants were clever enough not to salt things!! Maybe it was to cover up the otherwise bland dish and dried (not fresh) pasta. I tasted a few of my friends' dishes and desserts and was equally unimpressed. The atmosphere and service were good, but it's the food that counts, and I will not be returning.
great mojito. The mojitos here are yummy and so it the French toast. The only bummer is that they give you small portions.
End of an Era. Last Supper Club changed ownership last fall... I just went back this week... I was really looking forward to going back there since it had been a while. The name and physical appearance of the restaurant has not changed but the food and service is a different world. Unfortunately they are charging the same prices as the old ownership but the food is worth maybe half... and unfortunately, I would not even go there if it was half price. I found the food that bad. My friend, who is not that picky, even commented that the cream in the tiramisu tasted cheap/poor quality. There are too many restaurants in this city, even in that neighborhood, that offer good food. I actually felt offended that they think they can get away with charging those prices for food not worth the trouble. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news!
Cook at home and save your $$$. Why do people rave about the food here? What I think it is is people who don't cook for themselves and who have never eaten food IN ITALY go here and think ANYTHING they are served must be good simply because of the stylish look of the restaurant. I had seafood stew which tasted like a can of tomato puree heated up with some seafood. I don't even think it was salted and there were no herbs! My pal had lamb that was also lacking flavor; sinewy meat and not fresh tasting. Service was off the mark, with 4 different servers mixing everything up, plus thiscorny fountain thing that we were seated next to. I've eaten food in Italy and cook for myself, and it was painful to see the bill for $90 and know I could have made the entire meal 100x better for $20!
Great First Date Place. (yes, it was supposed to rhyme). Concentrate on the small plates to share with your date. It can get a bit loud on the weekends, therefore, you should request the downstairs dining room which is much cozier. Waitstaff is friendly....entrees are not too filling even for southern Italian cuisine. Parking is a bit tough but worth it.
We had a great time!. Our office hosted a holiday party and I had never been to the Last Supper Club. The staff was more than accomodating and the food was plentiful and delicious. The downstairs room is a hidden gem...we'll be back next year!!!
Very satisfying, pleasant surprise. We went to The Last Supper Club as a plan B after a nearby restaurant did not work out for our group. I was very pleaseantly surprised by the ambience, professional staff, and delicious food. I am a well known picky eater and the canelloni was amazingly satisfying, my whole group enjoyed themselves and the eggplant appetizer was very good. I would reccomend this restaurant to anyone.
Souther Italian the Way it is Supposed to be. Wasn't sure that we should go as we went when the last owner had it and was unhappy that the menu was all over the board. The menu is much more focused and a whole lot better. I read previous reviews and it is obvious that they really don't understand authentic Italian (typical American diner). Order pasta stuffed in eggplant, the veal, ciopinno, chicken caccitora - all these were awesome. We started with yummy fried mozzerella with a spicy tomato sauce, than we had a cesear salad, the cured meat platter and the very tasty olives. And, the desserts...all were incredible. We had a very educated server named Renata (could be spelled wrong) that picked several great and unusual Italian Wines. For those of you that understand what a tasty bolognese is, GO - For those of you that think Italian is spaghetti with meat sauce, go to OLIVE GARDEN!
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