Italian. You're starving; you're shopping your buns off at Macy's, Nieman's and Ann Taylor. What to do? Hit the bustling trattoria filled to the rafters with gorgeous people, killer decorlots of spun copper and blown-glass tchotchkiesand serious pastas (delicious and affordable). Also, this San Francisco Italian restaurant is a favorite for to-die-for raviolis and tons of olive oily foccacia. There's a smart little espresso annex next door too, where you can load up on pastries.
Kuleto's serves distinctive California ~ Italian cuisine featuring ingredients prepared in unusual combinations. The atmosphere is a combination of old San Francisco aura, Italian conviviality and contemporary vitality with high vaulted ceilings, genuine Italian marble floors with dark wood and warm lighting. - OpenTable.com