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Wide variety of shops and restaurants. Really like the bookstore. When warm enough, grab something to drink from one place, cheese, bread from others and sit on a bench on the east side and watch the comings and goings.
You MUST visit the Ferry Building! Situated on San Francisco Bay, the building is a great place to find delicious and unique food and wine, beautiful crafts and other goods, and all with a magnificent view of the the Bay Bridge and other Bay landmarks.
There are some famous restaurants and boutiques located inside the marketplace. When you first walk inside it can be a little overwhelming. As there as so many people inside. If you don't like large crowds I would avoid the lunch/dinner rush.
I walked around the...More
My wife and I walked here from the Cruise terminal, an easy 3/4 mile. We were quite frankly prepared for something more grandiose having read tour guides and TripAdvisor. The facility itself isn't really unique or outstanding. It did have several restaurants with quite a...More
I started my SF adventure eating breakfast in the Ferry Building Marketplace. It is relatively small compared to other markets (this Seattle or Philadelphia), but it had charm. Lots of the little stores were opening as we were there early in the morning. But we...More
Lots of opportunities for souvenir shopping and tasty treats. Personally, I recommend forgoing the sitdown places and instead buy a takeout something and go sit on the rear deck to enjoy the great views of the bay. Also, if you can get there early on...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.