Italian Wine Burlingame, Ca

More than half a century ago, in 1936, a Swiss-Italian visionary by the name of Louis graced us with the original Swiss Louis Restaurant in the heart of North Beach, San Francisco, nestled along the storied Broadway Street.

As time flowed on, much like the aroma of our sumptuous dishes, the restaurant’s popularity swelled, and the whispers of its excellence reached far and wide. In the grand tapestry of 1978, after 42 years of hosting, this beloved establishment embarked on a new adventure to Pier 39, an iconic location near the legendary Fisherman’s Wharf.

It was there, by the shimmering waters of the bay, that Swiss Louis Restaurant continued to embrace its patrons, offering a haven of warmth and elegance for those seeking culinary excellence.

One of the current owners is originally from Italy, and its current leaders continue the unwavering dedication and timeless tradition of presenting the most exquisite Italian delicacies and the freshest seafood treasures. It is our commitment to transport you to the heart of Italy, where the ambiance is as charming as the flavors are delectable.

What Italian wine selections does Ca offer in its Burlingame location?

Ca is delighted to present a thoughtfully curated selection of Italian wines at its Burlingame location. Our wine list features a diverse array of reds, whites, and sparkling wines, carefully chosen to enhance the authentic Italian dining experience.

Can I view the Italian wine list at Ca online for its Burlingame restaurant?

Certainly! Explore our Italian wine list on our official website to discover the unique characteristics of each wine, including tasting notes and suggested pairings. This information will add depth to your dining experience at Ca in Burlingame.

Does Ca offer any rare or specialty Italian wines at its Burlingame restaurant?

Yes, Ca is committed to providing a distinctive and exceptional wine experience. The Burlingame location may feature rare or specialty Italian wines, showcasing the richness and diversity of Italy’s wine regions.

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