A LITTLE SLICE OF HISTORY
Angie remembers the weekly shopping with her Dad, Tony, and their customary stop at one of San Francisco’s old Italian delis. The butcher would welcome her with a slice of salami and a smile that made her feel special for the rest of the day.
So when Angie decided to open her own deli in 1983, it was the warm memory of that simple gesture that set the tone. Now this neighborhood deli has grown into a bustling destination café and full-service catering operation. After 30 years, the staff at Angelina’s still has one clear goal in mind—to make the customer feel special each and every day.
Angie Rando | Proprietor
I once took a cooking class from Lorenza di Medici in Italy. My dad was always fascinated by Leonardo di Vinci and his Medici patrons and there I was in the Medici home. It was one of those “Oh my god—I can’t believe I’m really here” experiences. But mostly life is simpler than that—reading, paddleboarding, being with friends. Home is what’s really important to me and home is Angelina’s.