Welcome to VIA UNO!
From Calabria to Campania, Rome to Naples, and Potenza to Cosenza, the many culinary flavors of Southern Italy’s regions find their way to VIA UNO’s cucina daily. We are proud to share with you recipes from our families, friends and chefs, both traditional and contemporary. Our menu features farm-to-table foods that are hand selected daily from farms along the coast and in the San Francisco Bay Area. This style of purchasing is the true Italian trattoria way: using local, regionally grown and artisan produced fare, and preparing these ingredients in the Italian Slow Food Movement style.
To Italians, a meal is more than just food – it’s an experience, it’s a memory, and it’s an event to be shared with family and friends. Welcome to VIA UNO!
Where to Eat in Silicon Valley
VIA UNO is highlighted in the Spring issue of Edible Silicon Valley and our Brushchetta di Fave Recipe is a featured food trend! “When you stop at VIA UNO Cucina Italiana & Bar you are treating yourself to a step into Southern Italy with all of its warm hospitality, spice, freshness and charm.” – Kerri Stenson
Join Us for Nightly Specials
Monday Lobster Night
Half Maine lobster with spaghetti pasta in a light, spicy tomato sauce – $25
Tuesday Locals’ Night
Special 4-course dinner – $19.95
Wednesday Rabbit Special
Local rabbit stewed with vegetables and herbs served over polenta – $22
Thursday Calabria Night
Specials menu features classic Calabrian dishes
Reserve Our Wine Room
Join us in our Calabrian Wine Room where we host lively wine pairing dinners complete with a five course prix fixe menu. Our wine room is also available for private parties seating up to 18. Call 650.560.8858 to reserve.
Enjoy Our Outdoor Patio
Our dog-friendly heated outdoor patio is a cheerful gathering place for family and friends by day, and an ideal romantic dinner destination by night. Seats up to 35 for private parties.
As Seen in Sunset Magazine
“Dining has always been a dicey proposition in Half Moon Bay, the main options being high-end hotel fare or fried fish from a walk-up window. In March, two Italian immigrants opened Via Uno, where they installed a big wood-burning oven that turns out terrific pizzas. Try the capricciosa, with artichokes, mushrooms, olives, and Italian ham. Crisp-skinned grilled seabass on fennel is good too, especially when paired with a dry white from the Old World-heavy wine list.” -Tam Putnam