Since 1978 Ristorante Marcello, this neighborhood favorite has been serving the Sunset District fine Italian delicacies. Reflecting an old-fashioned ... More
Since 1978 Ristorante Marcello, this neighborhood favorite has been serving the Sunset District fine Italian delicacies. Reflecting an old-fashioned elegance and grace are tuxedoed waiters and a refined, recently refurbished decor. The menu emphasizes Italian cuisine from the Tuscany region and fine seafood dishes. For an appetizer try the Shrimp Marcello. Homemade pasta is prepared fresh daily then drenched in rich, thick sauces. Notable meat entrees include the Veal Picatta. The wine list is extensive, serving Italian and Californian wines.
Ah yes, Marcellos! The old standby at Taraval street. Went here last weekend in the middle of the drenching rain. As usual, a warm greeting from Marcello himself. The waiters all know my boyfriend. It's like coming home to family. I can't say enough about this restaurant.
They one of the last ones brave enough to have chicken livers, or sauteed sweetbreads in the menu. Oh wait a stinking minute, I did I mention the Sanka? They have that on the menu too.
I think they definitely serve whatever pleases them, and good for them too! You go! The food is good. The salads are specially yummy. You guys are great!
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