Welcome to Seven Hills. We are a rustic neighborhood bistro offering regional Italian food, located in the Russian Hill Neighborhood of San Francisco. We serve great fresh affordable food. Our emphasis is on homemade pastas. Our wine list is small but extremely well thought out and complements our cooking style. We look forward to taking care of you and your guests. If you can't find what you are looking for online please call us directly at the restaurant. See you soon!
***PLEASE NOTE*** Seven Hills is moving! As of December 5th, 2019, our new address will be 1896 Hyde St, San Francisco, CA 94109. This is only two blocks down the hill from our current location. Please contact the restaurant if you have any questions. We look forward to hosting you in our new, larger space! Thank you!
Mt. Rose potatoes, Chanterelle mushroom, Spring onion, baby spinach, jus
Prosecco, Col Bel Italy 2017
A dry, effortlessly light, airy, delicious Italian bubbly. It's the perfect aperitif
Champagne, Michel Maillard, Premier Cru Brut France NV
A start to finish father and son collaboration, showing the four-generations of the family vision and expression of Champagne. Its got great weight / texture and it is wonderful to start the meal with
The perfect start to any meal, our take on this classic utilize elderflower & hops
Lacrima di Morro d'Alba, Marotti Campi, Brut Rosé Italy NV
This is a well-balanced, delicate, classy and terrific wine with a wonderful floral bouquet with a dry finish....
Vermentino Nero (Rosato), Prima Brezza, Italy 2017
Bright refreshing rose from the Ligurian coast, made from an almost extinct grape. It has great acidity, a little more weight than usual and a nice savory note that complements our food, give it a try!
Vermentino di Gallura, Pedres (Italy) 2018
A dry, lively, crisp white from the picturesque isle of Sardinia. The coastal influence and rocky terrain give a great marin salinity and it is always served with fresh seafood and pasta
Pinot Grigio, Paggio, (Italy) 2017
Lively on the palate, with great mineral structure. With its close proximity to the Dolomite mountain range and the Adriatic sea adds yet another dimension to this food friendly wine from Friuli, which I highly recommend
Passerina, Ciu Ciu [Italy] 2017
"Unknown" locals favorite, with its delicate herbaceous nose and floral complexion. This is a fleshy wine that has great balance, the Adriatic coasts adds yet another dimension to this wonderful addition
Arneis, Il Falchetto (Italy) 2016
This little rascal is hard to grow, but when done correctly this lovely Italian offers great texture as well as vibrant fruit notes that will make you smile…Enjoy with our fish dishes and light pastas!
Falanghina, Terre Stregate (Italy) 2017
This rocky mineral driven white is so refreshing on the palate, its got a great dusty nose and wonderful acidity.
Greco di Tufo, D'Antiche Terre [Italy] 2017
Bright acidity helps balance out heartier dishes, herbaceous texture and stone fruit add a great depth of flavour, did i mention the ancient volcanic iron rich soil which imparts a rocky minerality
Moscofilero, Georges Skouras Greece 2016
Exuberant aromatic tropical fruit on the nose, the volcanic soil it's grown in adds minerality with a wonderful dry finish. I am really impressed with this wine as it refreshes your palate so well and complements our dishes
Albariño, Terras Gauda (Spain) 2016
This is a wine you won't want to miss out on. these aromatic grape varieties heighten food like few others can. it's a terrific, wonderfully perfumed, riveting, fresh and alive spanish white
Riesling, Trimbach (France) 2016
12th Generation wine makers and some of the most respected in Alsace, this absolutely delicious wine has dry qualities and glimpses of ripe lemon and an exceptional richness
White Burgundy, Auvigue, Saint-Veran [France] 2015
Classic chardonnay at it's purest, mineral driven, rich on the palate; this is a great food wine
Chardonnay, Au Bon Climat "Los Alamos" Santa Barbara 2015
Jim Clendenen (owner and winemaker) is uncompromising in his search for the classic wine, Abundant fruit and oak, this wine is complex with a long mineral driven finish. We hope that you enjoy it
Sauvignon Blanc, Grey Wacke [New Zealand] 2017
This is a great representation from Marlborough. Extremely vibrant, with deliciously aromatic tropical fruit, great acidity and length. THis wine shows the moquality of modern day winemaking in NZ
Sauvignon Blanc, Merry Edwards Russian River 2017
This is a great find, although Meredith is typically known for her prowess with pinot noir. This is about as close you can get to the real thing. Great acidity with wonderful balance on the palate. Talk about brilliant!
Rosso Di Montalcino, Capanna, (Italy) 2016
A bit of "new world" winemaking with "old world" flavors, from one of the original 13 producers...This great Tuscan is very approachable with wonderful texture, good structure and fruit. It complements our food across the board!
Tradition at its finest, the village of Volpaia is intimately involved in the making of this wonderful expression of Sangiovese. Hand picked all organic grapes provides a renowned elegance and rich bouquet of red fruit
Brunello Di Montalcino, Casanuova delle Carbaie (Italy) 2010
Sangiovese Grosso is the grape that needs a little bottle age. This is a lovely delicate interpretation of this wonderful varietal, as it's well rounded and ready to drink right now. It's the perfect choice for our food
Montepulciano D'abruzzo, Scarpone "Tribute to Vincenzo", "Riserva" (Italy) 2012
I love the flavour profile of these "old world" wines. They have this knack of over delivering, without competing with the food, this is an excellent example. It has many layers that will evolve and open throughout the meal
Cab/Merlot "Ca'Emo", La Monatecchia (Italy) 2015
Ancient volcanic soils situated south of Venice, adds a nice smokey dimension to this well-rounded Bordeaux transplant. Balanced and food friendly, you cant go wrong.
Lacrima di Morro D'alba, Orgiolo, (Italy) 2015
This earthy, spicy, delicious floral red comes from the almost extinct Lacrima grape. There is only a three-day window to harvest this grape as its skin is so delicate. It's an absolute must, as it works so well with our food
Frappato, Nanfro [Sicily] 2016
A tasty, interesting, light coloured, delicious, smokey, food friendly, organic red wine from the volcanic island of Sicily
Cesanese, L'Olivella [Italy] 2014
If it's good enough for the Pope, then it's good enough for me! This masculine wine has great texture, it has supple well-rounded tannins that do not over power the palate- it's a great find that complements our cooking style
Gattinara, Anzivino (Italy) 2013
Made from the same high profile Nebbiolo grape as Barolo & Barbaresco...this is from a neighboring province up in the hills. This rustic, earth driven red wine is very refined due to two years in oak barriques. It's especially seductive with our heartier dishes
Barbaresco, Monciraldo (Italy) 2011
If Barolo is the KING, then Barbaresco is definitely the QUEEN. This is a wonderful elegant, yet bold expression of this grape which will heighten our food like no other wine
Amarone della Valpolicella, Nicolis "Ambrosan" (Italy) 2007
Every year the Nicolis brothers select the best grapes from their vineyards to put into this bottling. Powerful yet delicate with rich flavors of ripe forest fruit. Notes of autumn leaves and leather. It was a sensational year!
This wine making phenomenon has been around for a while now, with 40 harvests and counting. You'll enjoy this wonderfully perfumed delicious pinot, which really stood out to us thanks to its acidity and balance.
Cabernet Sauvignon Blend, Taken (Napa Valley) 2016
A robust Cabernet blend from the Trinchero family. Plush dark fruits are joined by hints of spice, subtle velvety tannins round out this powerful Napa blend.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Parador (Napa Valley) 2006
You asked for it, so we decided to put on a fantastic Napa Valley Cab. This wine is all about the volcanic soil that the grapes are grown in. It needs a little time to open so please be patient