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Don’t miss out on the Saturday morning market!! So many great little vendors and places for food. The Farmer’s Wife is to absolutely die for. An amazing avocado, sriracha, bacon, egg and chèvre breakfast sandwich. Tons of places with samples or little take away/gift shops....More
Open 7 days a week, this is a great way to sample the flavors and aesthetics of San Francisco. You should definitely plan on having at least one meal here. There are lots of great food choices from stalls, small cafes and sit down full...More
Market stalls were extensive with a lot of good produce and assortment of different products. It was very busy but the stall holders were friendly and we engaged in a lot of conversations with them about San Francisco.
Smaller than I expected, but worth a visit if you're in the neighborhood. Acme Bread's sweet baguette was wonderful and very similar in style to Parisian baguettes. We enjoyed checking out the stalls & then having a cocktail and spring roll at Slanted Door, which...More
The food choices are so much better here than seedy fisherman’s wharf. Akin to a smaller Quincy market in boston, there are multiple restaurants with vary food choices. Mixed in are some cool artisan shops for breads and cheeses. We walked down from Coit Tower...More
This is a combination of tourist and the in spot. I saw people picking up food etc. on their way home and tourist wandering around. The restaurants were all full. Seafood. Ice cream, Mexican......
It is always fun to be buy the water also.
Check with the cruise line's concierge, they will usually hold your bags for a short time - much as a hotel would. you will disembark equally close to Fisherman's Terminal (Pier 39, sea lions, gift shops, great views of... More
Check with the cruise line's concierge, they will usually hold your bags for a short time - much as a hotel would. you will disembark equally close to Fisherman's Terminal (Pier 39, sea lions, gift shops, great views of water) or the Ferry Building (Pier1, restaurants, higher-end shops and restaurants). Take a pedi-cab for about $10, Historic Street Car $2.25, or cab/Uber. Walk if you like, very nice promenade along the entire waterfront.