“like its modern decor and the manager quickly sat us down.”
“we spent 190 bucks on 3 (small) apps and 2 bottles of their least expensive wines, what a waste - ended up at Prezza and had an awesome meal - don't bother with Sportello for dinner.”
“don't mind paying for great food and great service but when I pay high prices for bad food, it really ticks me off.”
“my beloved whipped ricotta and bread is apparently not served at brunch; my brioche french toast was mediocre and did not come with the whipped ricotta as indicated on the menu. My french toast also needed more maple syrup but it took forever to flag down”
“The service was good too but I was sitting on a stool at a counter with a laminated menu as my place mat- why such a premium on the food is necessary is beyond me.”
“First, the service was horrible (not trendy or casual, just horrible).”
“Fairly expensive, poor tasting, small portioned dishes served by an unenthusiastic wait staff (to be fair, the atmosphere was somewhat interesting).”
Citysearch Editorial Review. Restaurateur Barbara Lynch has done it again, and this time in the newly sprawling Fort Point area. Sportello (Italian for counter service) dishes out hearty, trattoria-inspired dishes for lunch and dinner in a casual, yet sleek setting. All-white is the theme, streamlining the lunch counter's minimalist feel. The food is anything but pale with an extensive wine list, fresh pastas and flavorful soups, plus homemade bread with fig spread at the table. Don't forget to take some of Sportello's fresh croissants and pastries, prepared soups and sandwiches, or its own chocolate bars home from the bakery counter.
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