85 5th St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410337.782761 -122.406437
Sun. noon-10 p.m.; Mon.-Thu. 11 a.m.- 10:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Neighborhoods: Central East, SoMa, SoMa (South of Market)
Relocated – Little Joes has left it's location at 5th and mission(85 5th st.)It's new location is at 1106 market st. Cross st. Is 7th.Still serving breakfast,lunch,and dinner.They still have the best veal parm/rav.Franco is back to being the sole owner of a restaurant that he created over 40 years ago in North Beach.If you want good Italian food with good prices then my sure thing is to tell you to go to Littlle Joes Baby Joes on Market St.
Real Italian Food! – I have been going to Little Joe's for many, many years and it is absolutely the BEST Italian food there is. I've tried Italian restaurants all around, and none can ever compare to this. My favorite is the meat raviolis and meatballs! This is homestyle Italian food, very authentic; unlike the pretentious and pricey so-called Italian restaurants found elsewhere. This is how Italian food started out with the immigrants and how it still is in Italy, before being Americanized and pretentious. The North Beach location did have more character, but the food is as great as ever and it is a pleasure to see the owner, Franco!
I don't understand the reviews by those who aren't impressed, maybe they're used to Spaghetti-O's or those expensive places that only give you 4 ravioli's for a hefty price...
By the way, parking is validated and there's a huge garage across the street, so that's easy.
A name long associated with tasty, local Italian-American fare takes up residence in the historic Pickwick Hotel. – In Short
Gusts of garlic-perfumed air greet the noses of those who enter the dining room, where red-and-white checked tablecloths work in concert with the casual atmosphere. Framed photographs and newspaper clippings recall the restaurant owners' enduring presence in the city. Pasta dishes and classics like veal saltimbocca accompany daily specials like Wednesday's osso buco. Patrons may notice that signature offerings like the Joe's Special (ground beef, spinach, mushrooms, onion and egg), which originated here, appear on diner menus around the city.
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