The hip bars, eateries, and vintage boutiques on Divisadero Street draw a young and vibrant crowd from near and far and no place brings them all together like the neighborhood’s namesake—Nopa. Wood-fired cuisine sourced from local purveyors shared with affection.

7x7 Magazine, January 20, 2023

10 Essential Restaurants That Have Defined San Francisco Dining in the Past 40 Years: Nopa’s 2006 opening was so monumental for the area west of Alamo Square that the neighborhood around it became synonymous with its name. Almost from the moment it opened, Nopa was known as a restaurant industry restaurant, a spot whose food and atmosphere was so on point that it was a magnet for chefs, servers, and restaurateurs from around the city. Although the two-story Nopa is no longer the only game on Divisadero, she remains a classy broad. California-Mediterranean food runs the gamut from wood-baked gigante beans with breadcrumbs to porchetta with roasted broccolini.”

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