Werner Riesling Spatlese, Trittenheimer Apotheke 2013
Abete La Blanca, Guerinda Baja Montana Chardonnay, Navarra, Spain 2017
ROSÉ / ROSATO
Dancing Crow Rose of Syrah, Lake County 2019
Chateau Leoube, Cotes de Provence 2018
cinsault, grenache, syrah, mourvedre blend
Domaine Compte Abbatucci, Cuvee Faustine Vieilles Vignes 2018
sciaccarellu, barbarossa blend
RED / ROUGE / ROSSO
Pallus les Pensees de Pallus Cabernet Franc, Chinon, Loire 2015
la Bouissiere Grenache- Syrah blend, Gigondas 2017
La Commanderie de Queyret Bordeaux Superieur 2017
H²O Soft Seltzer from Sonoma
non-alcoholic sparkling water infused with the essences of fine wine
San Pellegrino Organic Sparkling Juice from Italy
aranciata rossa/ blood orange$4.00
Fever Tree Premium Ginger Beer
Consuming raw or undercooked meat, poultry, seafood, shellfish, eggs or unpasteurized products may increase risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions. 6.5% will be added to all food & beverage sales to offset S.F. city & county ordinances, taxes & fees. We gladly open your wine, $25 per 750ml. Split plate charge: $3
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
At the heart of any restaurant is its food and Florio offers a variety of bistro classics, a "greatest hits" of café food: everything from house made Paté to Steak Frites and Poulet Roti. Simple dishes such as Pasta Bolognese round out the comforting menu. We even make our own gelato and sorbetto in house.Opened in December 1998 by Doug Biederbeck, Florio is a Mediterranean styled bistro featuring classic French and Italian specialties.Designed by Brayton + Hughes Design, Florio is situated on the corner of Wilmot Alley and Fillmore Street (between Pine & Bush Street). The bistro is intimate and cozy; warm lighting, traditional but sophisticated colors and simple touches such as marble checkerboard floor and classic chairs help set the tone.Of particular note, the restaurant facade seems at home in Paris, London or Milan yet is firmly planted in San Francisco's elegant Pacific Heights.
Of particular note, the restaurant facade seems at home in Paris, London or Milan yet is firmly planted in San Francisco's elegant Pacific Heights.