Californian. One of the more romantic restaurants in San Francisco, the Magic Flute charms with dining on the heated garden patio and a Tuscan-style interior complete with picture windows, imported Florentine wrought-iron chandeliers and sponge-painted walls. The service is impeccable, and the menu of California-Italian cuisine is well scripted. The Magic Flute is a prime choice for elegant gatherings like weddings and special occasions.
One of San Francisco’s most romantic restaurants, the Magic Flute, has a new and exciting menu reflecting California-Italian Cuisine. Located in fashionable Presidio Heights, the restaurant with sponge-painted walls and hardwood floors is reminiscent of a family-run trattoria found in a small Tuscan village. Sunlight streams in through large picture windows in the front dining room, and after dark, Florentine wrought-iron chandeliers, imported from Europe, infuse the room with soft light. The equally beautiful rear dining room looks onto a lovely, flower-filled patio with white Italian marble tables and large Italian market umbrellas that make the heated patio the ideal spot for al fresco dining. Phil LaCavera sees to it that service is personal and attentive.