About Dogpatch… and a few of our neighbors

Occupying a mere nine-square blocks of San Francisco’s eastern waterfront, the once little known Dogpatch district is becoming one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. We chose to locate Piccino in this tiny slice of the city because we love its eclectic mix of residential with light industry. Besides, where else in town can Baptist ministers rub elbows with Hells Angels?

Befitting its working class roots, Dogpatch remains a place where artists and cops, UPS drivers and MUNI drivers, chocolate makers and winemakers, young singles and families all congregate.

Given its size, Dogpatch is a place of strong merchant ties. Here are some of our favorites:

Ampersand International Arts

Austin Press

Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture

Carl Sutton Cellars

Coffee at Dignita

DIG Wines

Dogpatch Boulders

Dogpatch Saloon

Dogpatch Wine Works

The Boxing Gym

Dogpatch Biofuels

DogPatch Massage Therapy

Esprit Park

Everest Waterproofing & Restoration

Gigling Lotus Yoga Studio

Gilberth’s Rotisserue & Grill

Hard Knox Cafe


Just For You Cafe

La Fromagerie

The Lab

The little nib

Longbridge Pizza

Lundberg Design

Marcella’s Lasagneria

The Mission Rock

MAC (Modern Appealing Clothing)

Moshi Moshi

Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous

Myint Design Studio

The Museum of Craft and Design

Neighborhood Bakery

Nosh This

NRG Energies

Olivier’s Butchery

Karl Petzke Studio

Phil’s Coffee

Pier 70

Poco Dolce

The Ramp Restaurant

Recchiuti Confections

Buddy Rhodes Artisan Concrete

Rickshaw Bagworks

Samantha Smith Productions

San Francisco Art Institute

San Francisco Food Bank


The Third Rail Bar

Thomas Sellars Custom Design Furniture

Tina Frey Designs

Triple Aught Design

Visage Studio

The Workshop

Yield Wine Bar

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