A16

Where
2355 Chestnut St, San Francisco , CA
Call
(415) 771-2216
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Restaurants
Hours
Mon-Tue (5-10pm)
Wed-Thu (11:30am-2:30pm,5-10pm)
Fri-Sat (11:30am-2:30pm,5-11pm)
Sun (5-10pm)
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Chestnut Street's A16, named for Campania's main road, Autostrada 16, opened in February 2004, much to the delight of local fans of high-end food in a casual atmosphere. Sleek, unassuming and comfortable, the space that once housed Zinzino and Savoia has been renovated to house Chef Christophe Hille's gorgeous, easy-going regional Italian fare. After working under Laurent Manrique at Campton Place and in France, Hille became a certified pizzaiolo in Naples, and on our visit, he hand-tossed and wood-oven baked every single 12" Neapolitan treat in the restaurant.

- Excerpt from A16: Chic, Authentic Neapolitan Cuisine by Tracie Broom

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  • Bar Dining

    Pull Up a Stool
    07/06/2011 by genevieve robertson

    Dining at the bar is my favorite way to experience a restaurant, and I'm amazed at how many people don't think of it, or shun the idea when they show up sans reservation. Often it's the only way to di...  More »

  • A16

    Chic, Authentic Neapolitan Cuisine
    05/23/2006 by Tracie Broom

    Chestnut Street's A16, named for Campania's main road, Autostrada 16, opened in February 2004, much to the delight of local fans of high-end food in a casual atmosphere. Sleek, unassuming and comforta...  More »

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