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Had a morning to spend in San Fran and didn't want to go on an organised tour, so hopped on the streetcar (very cool vintage trams) to go to the Ferry Building, which had been pointed out to us on a city tour a day...More
Went first on a quiet day and impressed with the interior set up and stalls. Returned on market day and wow, what a change, great to walk about the stalls and see the local produce displayed. Well worth the time
We were expecting a food mart of various restaurants. So this rating is based on that expectation since we heard from some sources that this was the place to go to. I expect that this may be true if one goes on the weekend but...More
What a terrific collection of places to eat! The Ferry Building has a wide choice of things for every meal - to eat on site or take home. We had breakfast here and got snacks in the afternoon as well. While there was good traffic...More
We came to buy tickets to take the Vallejo Ferry. We browsed around the Ferry Marketplace in the wine shop (nice selection of local wines), food shops, restaurants & coffee places. When we walk outside, along the shore line, we saw an unexpected statue of...More
Cheeses and meats and delicacies abound. Grab your foodie friends, enjoy some oysters and craft beer, and pick up some quality artisan eats for your next meal. A variety of vendors and restaurants capped by an opportunity to stroll along the waterfront.
Ooooh.... I like this spot. A lot of people and a lot of food...
When I was there they also had the farmers market day. So... you could find ANYTHING fresh from a farmer aswell...
The small restaurants there serves everything from breakfast to dinner...More
Response from TravelGuru365 | Reviewed this property |
Ferry building is ok, don't go early, stuff doesn't open early there. There are eateries and they are pretty good and their is a boutique grocery store with lots of neat things . Blue bottle is there but it's expensive and... More
Ferry building is ok, don't go early, stuff doesn't open early there. There are eateries and they are pretty good and their is a boutique grocery store with lots of neat things . Blue bottle is there but it's expensive and frankly it's not the wow everyone was making it out to be, it's a coffee shop. If your looking for touristy stuff pier 39 has all that and seals to keep you busy and it's all within walking distance of the ferries. Fisherman's wharf is also not far from the ferries. I was just there a few weeks ago and the walk between piers is pretty easy and lots to see including souvenir shops.