Monthly Archives: May 2017

“First Taste: A Mano Brings Handmade Pasta & Italian Hospitality to Hayes Valley”
7X7
May 30, 2017

“The Best Bars and Restaurants That Opened in May: a Mano–Adriano Paganini has yet to open a restaurant in SF that we didn’t fall instantly head-over-heels for, and we’re happy to report that he’s done it again…
THRILLIST SF
May 30, 2017

“25 Things to Do in the Bay Area This Summer: A Mano is another new addition to Hayes Valley’s burgeoning restaurant scene…”
PUREWOW
May 29, 2017

“The SF Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In San Francisco — a Mano. It just opened, but already feels like a staple. This Italian spot in Hayes Valley is cool without trying too hard,”
THE INFATUATION
May 23, 2017

“Adriano Paganini’s A Mano Now Open in Hayes Valley; pasta-centric ~A MANO~ (which means “by hand”), featuring pastas made in-house daily that are also affordable, ringing in at $12-$15. (Personally, I can’t wait to try the mostaccioli and braised tripe.)”
TABLEHOPPER
May 9, 2017

“A Mano opens today in Hayes Valley”
SFGATE
May 8, 2017

“A Mano Opens in Hayes Valley: A Mano (“by hand” in Italian) will serve pastas made in-house daily by chef Freedom Rains (Flour + Water, Incanto).”
7X7
May 8, 2017

“A Mano’s Sleek Space Sets the Stage for a Modern Italian Menu; Handmade pastas, pizzas, and Italian wines await”
EATER SF
May 8, 2017

“New Pasta Spot From Adriano Paganini, A Mano, Opens Monday In Hayes Valley”
SFIST
May 4, 2017

“The Making of A Mano, Hayes Valley’s New Pasta Destination”
EATER SF
May 4, 2017

“Grand Opening Alert: The much-anticipated a Mano in Hayes Valley. Expect a casual vibe and—in a city where plates of pasta routinely top $25—a relatively affordable price point.”
SAN FRANCISCO MAGAZINE
May 1, 2017

“The latest restaurant from Back of the House Inc. (Super Duper, The Bird, Starbelly, Beretta, Belga, Delarosa) will be called A Mano, and it will be all about fresh pasta.”
SF WEEKLY
May 1, 2017

“The latest restaurant from the ever-prolific Adriano Paganini (Beretta, Lolinda, Super Duper Burger) will be an Italian eatery specializing in fresh, handmade pastas. Expect a casual vibe and—in a city where plates of pasta routinely top $25—a relatively affordable price point.”
SAN FRANCISCO MAGAZINE
May 1, 2017

“New Restaurants And Food News May 2017: A global list of new and notable places to eat and drink. a Mano, San Francisco”
DEPARTURES
May 1, 2017