Gallo Salame created a vintage Italian restaurant to celebrate the heritage of one of the world’s most popular meats — right in San Francisco. Gallo began producing salame and pepperoni in San Francisco in 1910, and the restaurant was kicked off by E News’ own Giuliana Rancic and her “Apprentice” husband, Bill Rancic.
The restaurant does take reservations and features appetizers, Italian sandwiches, pasta dishes, and amazing desserts. Gallo has donated $15,000 to homeless charities and additionally 4,000+ pounds of salame to the San Francisco food bank.
You can find Trattoria 1910 — for a limited time — at 90 Natoma in San Francisco and is open for lunch Tuesday-Friday 11am-2pm. Appetizers are served Tuesday-Friday also from 5pm to 7pm. Although this limited run restaurant has closed for the season, they made a big impression on San Francisco.