Fresh, hard-to-find pasta will star at new downtown S.F. restaurant

Aug 02, 2023 643

BY: Elena Kadvany

San Francisco is getting a new hotel restaurant inspired by seafood-filled summers on the Italian Riviera. Corzetti, named for a thin, coin-shaped pasta born on the Ligurian coast, will open in August inside the Hotel G at 386 Geary St. in Union Square. It will be the first hotel restaurant from Back of the House, a restaurant group that operates 34 Bay Area spots, including the popular Super Duper Burgers and vegan hit Wildseed.

Owner Adriano Paganini has traveled to this region of Northern Italy since childhood. There will be seafood ravioli, seafood risotto and ciuppin, a tomatoey seafood stew that Paganini described as the historic precursor to San Francisco’s iconic cioppino.  Corzetti will highlight regional pasta varieties that aren’t often found in the Bay Area. 

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