REVIEW: District SF

A vibrant experience at SF's destination wine bar featuring guanciale pizza

SF SoMa houses many of my favorite restaurants. Within a few blocks, we have Cockscomb, Marlowe, and Twenty Five Lusk, as well as Popsons. District, which has been popularly known as SoMa's afterwork destination to wind down with wine, recently debuted its whiskey service to pair with the wine program.

As such, their brunch and dinner options all pair really well with the wine. The dinner menu is expansive for a wine bar and offers a taste of everything, from guanciale pizza, ahi poke, arancini, lamb meatballs, and burrata with fruit.

With a particular focus on the guanciale pizza, you cannot miss this one, especially with the addition of truffle oil. I'd also recommend some oysters and the housemade charcuterie plate to start. Pair that with an aperitif such as the moscato or champagne and you're good to go.

District's decor is extremely warm, engaging, and inviting. It is dimly lit and makes for a great date night spot after work or a get-together with friends. This vibrant restaurant is a must-go to restaurant if you're passing through SF SoMa.

216 Townsend Street @ 3rd
San Francisco, CA 94107