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“The 38 Essential San Francisco Restaurants, Spring 2018; a Mano’s menu of approachable — and reasonably priced — Italian cuisine has hit its stride. “
EATER SF
Apr 12, 2018

“Best Restaurants in Hayes Valley; Adriano Paganini’s Back of the House team (Super Duper, Belga, Delarosa) brings this chic Italian bistro to Hayes Valley, with handmade pastas, a few pizzas and nightly specials headlining the midpriced menu. “
ZAGAT SF
Apr 6, 2018

“Eat at a Mano in Hayes Valley; dining at a Mano feels like joining a high-energy indoor-outdoor party”
TIMEOUT SF
Mar 30, 2018

“2018’s Hottest New Restaurant Openings Across the Globe “
THE VENUE REPORT
Mar 14, 2018

“SF restaurateur share their top success tips; Giovanni Joris, General Manager, a Mano”
BUSINESSBLOCKS
Mar 13, 2018

“The Absolute Best Italian Restaurants In San Francisco; a Mano: a laid-back spot where you should expect a wait”
THRILLIST SF”
Mar 2, 2018

“Top 30 Places Worth The Wait in San Francisco; a Mano in Hayes Valley”
YELP BLOG
Feb 27, 2018

“From the Central Freeway’s Ashes, a Booming Hayes Valley Economy; a Mano on Hayes Street”
SF WEEKLY
Feb 22, 2018

“a Mano, the latest creation of Adriano Paganini, whose other restaurants include Belga, Flores, Super Duper and Lolinda, focuses on highly refined yet accessible pastas and pizzas in an earthy, elemental Italian mode.”
NATION’S RESTAURANT NEWS
Feb 16, 2018

“The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, February 2018; The newest restaurant — pronounced “bar vah-lay” —from Adriano Paganini’s restaurant group Back of the House (Beretta, A Mano, Super Duper) has debuted with Spanish flair on Divisadero.”
EATER SF
Feb 12, 2018

“28 Great Places to Eat and Drink Outside in San Francisco; Hayes Valley Italian hotspot a Mano now boasts al fresco dining, with tables and benches artfully tucked into the zig-zagging glass walls of the new building the restaurant occupies. “
EATER SF
Feb 8, 2018

“6 Beautiful Restaurants in San Francisco; a Mano, the full-service, 91-seat Italian restaurant specializing in handmade pasta by Chef Freedom Rains (of Flour + Water and Incanto), embodies authentic Italian style with dominant colors of red, white and green throughout the space.”
RESTAURANT DEVELOPMENT + DESIGN
Feb 2, 2018

“7 Cult Favorites for Every Day of the Week in San Francisco; porchetta at a Mano on Saturdays. The still scorching hot seven–month old Italian spot in Hayes Valley nightly waits for its signature pastas but here’s a secret — a Mano is definitely not just a one trick kitchen”
ZAGAT SF
Jan 22, 2018

“11 best new restaurants of 2017; a Mano: It’s difficult to find a time when all 80 indoor seats aren’t filled here.”
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
Dec 28, 2017

“SF’s Hottest Dining Neighborhood of 2017: Hayes Valley, thanks to a glut of exciting new restaurants like a Mano”
EATER SF
Dec 28, 2017

“The 13 Best Dishes From Eater SF’s 2017 Reviews: the Agnoloti dal Plin at a Mano”
EATER SF
Dec 27, 2017

“The Best New Restaurants In San Francisco; A Mano already feels like a staple. This Italian spot in Hayes Valley is cool without trying too hard, just like everything else on Hayes Street. “
INFATUATION SF
Dec 20, 2017

“a Mano, the pasta-focused Italian newcomer from Back of the House Group (Beretta, The Bird, Flores) has had lines out the door since opening day. That’s because of three main factors: a no-reservations policy, affordable prices (by SF standards) and a prime Hayes Valley–Patricia’s Green location.”
ZAGAT SF
Dec 19, 2017