Home » City Guide » , ,

101-Year-Old Tosca Cafe Reopens for Outdoor Dining

A new “Sidewalk Supper Club” opens on heated/covered parklet in North Beach with $75 set menu
By - posted 11/15/2020 No Comment

Thanks to Eater SF for letting us know that the century-old Tosca Cafe has reopened for outdoor dining in North Beach as of November 14th.

Tosca dates back to November of 1919 when three Italians came to San Francisco to open a bar in North Beach after WWI.

The well-loved cafe opened their outdoor parklet this Saturday, the same day that the city shut indoor dining back down. The $75 set menu offers antipasi like tosca meatballs and artichoek & fennel sala, plus mains like tuscan fried chicken, winter squash risotto

Tosca Sidwalk Supper Club
242 Columbus Ave, btwn, Broadway and Pacific
-Served on our covered and heated outdoor patio
– Wednesday to Sunday, 5:30pm to 9:30pm
– Set Menu – $75 (served family style) – includes “welcome bubbles)

Chef Nancy Oakes, restaurateur Anna Weinberg and creative director Ken Fulk have joined forces as the next owners of Tosca, the 100-year-old North Beach bar and restaurant.

Menu | Reservations