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Living on the coast, we might get a little spoiled with the abundance of fresh seafood that comes into the city, but when a new restaurant with extraordinary fish arrives on the scene, it’s worth noting. A bevy of excellent seafood restaurants have opened within the last year. From the Joseph Manzare’s Pescheria to the North Beach Lobster Shack and Woodhouse Fish Company, each place has its own distinct style.
Sotto Mare is no exception. According to some recent reviews, the subtle restaurant–headed by owners Gigi Fiorucci and Giovanni Toracca–is gaining quite the reputation as a reasonably-priced seafood destination for the kind denizens of North Beach. The oysters (which cost a dollar) and clam chowder especially have received praise from Yelpers and Chowhounds alike.
Additional note: Sotto Mare also sells fish retail.
Sotto Mare, 552 Green St, Btwn Columbus and Grant, (415) 398-3181