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Really great market by the water. Lots of different options to purchase goods to take home or enjoy there. Many even have samples available. There’s also a nice bookshop and access to the boardwalk behind the building.
Nice place for grabbing a quick breakfast or lunch. Lots of unique and upscale eateries. On Wednesdays they have outdoor street side food vendors. If not for eating, you can always just stroll through. Its really nice outside, and walk around the bay all the...More
Sure, it may sound touristy, but for good reason. It's a wonderful indoor space for food, shopping, and people watching, especially on a rainy day. The coffee and beer options make for a nice linger, too.
We enjoyed a sunny afternoon outside and ate lunch at Gotts. It was okay... probably should have ordered something different. And we enjoyed checking on all the food and merchandise inside. The patio at Gotts was perfect on our sunny day.
The Ferry Building Marketplace is a commercial facility but it feels like lots of local vendor shops. Lot's of variety among the fixed spots from olive oils, pastries, meat markets, and other assorted shops.
We were staying in the Financial District so the ferry Building...More
Upscale shops for unique take home gifts. Olive oil, Recchittui chocolates and Cowgirl Creamery cheeses. Whole Foods carries Cowgirl but Ferry building selection is more extensive. Get some chocolates and cheeses it will make the visit to Ferry marketplace a reward. This marketplace is one...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... 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.