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Mario’s Bohemian Cigar Store CafeMario’s Bohemian Cigar Store CafeMario’s Bohemian Cigar Store Cafe

566 Columbus Avenue (at Union Street)
San Francisco, CA 94133
Parking: Street (difficult), paid parking lot

Phone: 415-362-0536

Restaurant Owners: Paolo and Debbie Crismani

Type of Cuisine: Italian
Signature Dishes: Focaccia sandwiches (meatball, eggplant, and sausage)
Vegetarian Options: 3+ items
Alcohol Served: Beer and wine
Corkage Fee: $10
Bottle Limit: 1

Restaurant Hours:
Monday: 10:00am-11:00pm
Tuesday: 10:00am-11:00pm
Wednesday: 10:00am-11:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am-11:00pm
Friday: 10:00am-11:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-11:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-11:00pm

Meals Served: Lunch, dinner (open all day)
Take-Out: Yes
Delivery: No
Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 15% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $15-$25
Payment Options: Cash, MasterCard, Visa
Reservations: No

Accommodations for Children: Kid-friendly
Dining Style: Casual
Disabled Access: No
Restaurant Size: Small (40 seats)
Accommodate Groups (10+): Yes, but difficult
Private Dining Room: No
Tables with Views: Yes, of Washington Square
Outdoor Dining: Yes
Entertainment: No

Mario’s Bohemian Cigar Store Cafe: Restaurant Info 13 April,2010Check, Please! Bay Area

  • Anonymous

    I”ve been going here for years and I absolutely love it!! The espresso is always perfect.

  • Vic

    I thought Joseph was being a bit overly critical in his review. His point that Mario’s isn’t a restaurant was silly. It’s a cafe. A cafe is a restaurant, get over it. However, I just had lunch at Mario’s and the service was completely unacceptable. We were not greeted when we arrived. We didn’t know if we should pick a table or wait. Finally, we picked a table, where we sat for some time before being asked if we had received menus. What? Did they think we were hiding them? My panini was fine. I wanted the Cannelloni but they were out of that and pizza. When we finally got the bill, and finally they took our money, and finally brought the change it was $10 short. Of course they corrected that, but really it’s like they weren’t even trying.

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