Since 1995, Scala's Bistro has garnered a reputation for classic, elegant dining. Warm, earth tones, original murals, beaded bistro lamps, and rich, ... More
Since 1995, Scala's Bistro has garnered a reputation for classic, elegant dining. Warm, earth tones, original murals, beaded bistro lamps, and rich, mahogany booths evoke a dramatic Old World cafe. Fresh, innovative, Italian and Mediterranean-inspired dishes enhance the Scala's menu while continuing to pay homage to the old Scala's favorites.
my boyfriend and I just had dinner at scalas and we loved it! the food was wonderful as well as the service. our waiter was extremely friendly and helpful. our food was great my bf had the steak while i had the short rib pasta. we would love to go again.
This place was amazing- perfect atmosphere, HUGE selection of wines, interesting/unique entres. Nicely priced, compared to NYC restaurants. A little loud. Very hot, chic French hostess that fit exactly to the environment! Overall A+.
I make sure to eat at Scala's everytime I'm in SF. Living in L.A. I'm used to classy restaurants having snobby attitudes. Not Scala's. Great food, great service without a high price tag. I definitely recommend it.
Five friends and went to Scala for dinner on Saturday night after going to Jersey Boys. What a disappointment dinner was. We could not find anything on the menu that struck our fancy. The combinations were weird, and the choices were less than desirable. I had the flat iron steak, figured couldn't go wrong, their idea of med-well was nearly raw! Sent it back and didn't seem to different when it came to back to the table. And, what were those dried green things in with the French fries? Won't be going back. I think that I will opt for Max's by the Curran next time. And, I am sure that it will be alot less expensive. Ours came to $55 a person with one cocktail.