Located inside the downtown C. Baldwin Hotel, Rosalie is an Italian eatery from San Francisco chef Chris Cosentino. The restaurant is an homage to Cosentino’s great grandmother whose love of cooking inspired his career.
The dining room seats an impressive 145 diners with a chic, midcentury design. Inspired by Italian culture, the interior design boasts a mixture of materials, textures and patterns with beautiful chandeliers and lush greenery lining the restaurant.
At Rosalie, pasta is queen. The pasta is made daily in-house and used in dishes like ravioli in brown butter and lemon, and a rigatoni with a Texas boar ragu. A large pizza oven cooks up staples like margherita, four cheese and pepperoni. A robust wine list of more than 100 “fun, value-driven” wines were expertly chosen to pair well with the dishes.
Rosalie is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.