People have been heard to grumble that it seems like every other new restaurant is Italian. But San Franciscans have more reason to cheer than complain, because our recent Italian openings are not only diverse in types of cooking, ambitions, and locations, they are also an exceptionally satisfying and delightful assortment of eateries. There's the compact, tiled Pescheria, devoted to Italian seafood, in Noe Valley; glamorous, huge, two-level Perbacco downtown; cozy, Sardinian La Ciccia in upper Noe Valley; snug Piccino, a cafe-pizzeria in Dogpatch; and homey Gialina, offering pizza and specialties of... More >>>