Incanto Team to Close Concept and Go More Casual with Porcellino

Beef Tongue, oyster mayo & Tokyo turnips from Incanto | Photo Credit: Instagram

Beef Tongue, oyster mayo & Tokyo turnips from Incanto | Photo Credit: Instagram

San Francisco foodies are freaking out about the recently announced closing of Noe Valley’s Incanto. And rightfully so. The restaurant, known for many things — offal and whole-animal cooking, an all-Italian wine list, complementary filtered/carbonated water, among other things — has influenced SF’s dining scene by remaining ahead of the game and setting the bar high for other establishments. But fans of Mark Pastore and Chris Cosentino needn’t worry too much: the same team is helming the more casual Porcellino concept, which will live in the same space. Read More