SPQR-A San Francisco Brunch fit for Romans

SPQR–the acronym for Senatus Populesque Romanus (translation: “The People and Senate of Rome”) and the emblem of the Roman Empire sparked the concept behind this San Francisco staple. SPQR offers modern Italian inspired cuisine using the classic Northern California approach of integrating local, quality ingredients to create fun, mouth watering dishes. The menu changes often, featuring a variety of delightful ingredients such as rabbit ragu, suckling pork crochette, sea urchin, and many other unique cuisines. SPQR is quaint with a central open kitchen that allows guest an up close and personal view of the focused chefs creating their playground of flavors. SPQR also features a fantastic wine list of rare Italian finds. Open for dinner and brunch on the weekends, SPQR is as the Italians say, “Fantastico”.

Love, Drink, Live, Be Merry, and Eat Curated.

1911 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA

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