Nopa

$$$Mediterranean, Modern, AmericanNOPA, Western Addition
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Mon 5:00 pm - midnight
Tue 5:00 pm - midnight
Wed 5:00 pm - midnight
Thu 5:00 pm - midnight
Fri 5:00 pm - 1:00 am
Sat 11:00 am - 1:00 am
Sun 11:00 am - midnight
560 Divisadero St
San Francisco, CA94117
Call: 415.864.8643
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Reviews & Posts

Chef  reviews Seasonal soup at post.venue.name
Seasonal soup
"The soups at Nopa change all the time but are always perfect. I once heard that they are Laurence's special, personal project and he devotes a lot of energy to them. Soup is usually such a "non-item" on most menus, but this is totally the secret weapon at Nopa."
Chef  reviews Avocado salad at post.venue.name
Avocado salad
"What I like best about the avocado salad is the freshness and simplicity of the dish. What appeared to be a light and simple salad was actually a surprise of well-paired flavors and intensity. The preparation changes, but when I had it with cucumber and yogurt, the crispness of the cucumber paired nicely with the fatty richness of the avocado, and the herbed yogurt served as a creamy and acidic element. The salad was so good, I ordered another one when I was finished with my first."
Chef  reviews Rotisserie chicken at post.venue.name
Rotisserie chicken
"Captain of the obvious, here. Nopa is known for its roasted chicken and country pork chop—and its fries and aioli, of course! Need I say more? This is another gluten free/Paleo-friendly restaurant. I love coming here a little before 1 a.m. to load up on food and fries. Fantastic service. Always!"
Chef  reviews Oven baked farm egg at post.venue.name
Oven baked farm egg
"This dish started at Nopa when I was working there and has since become a staple on their brunch menu. Tomatoes are smoked over almond wood and made into a spicy tomato sauce, and during service, a gorgeous pastured egg is cooked in the sauce. Cheese is shaved over it, and it's served with warm grilled bread. It's great for sharing—if you don't wind up fighting over the yolk."
Chef  reviews Flatbread at post.venue.name
Flatbread
"The trouble with most places like Nopa is that they change their menu almost daily, but the good thing is that they always have some type of flatbread on the menu. Baked in their wood-burning oven, it has a great, crisp texture and always comes with fun flavor combinations. If their cauliflower salad is on the menu, order that, too!"