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Are you looking for the culinary epicenter along the water? You just found it! The row is filled with artisan breads, cheese, wine, & on the go options. We hit up a couple different vendors and got a couple quick bites for breakfast before heading...More
We came to San Francisco to attend a wedding in Mill Valley across the Golden Gate Bridge. Before heading off the the wedding we spent Saturday morning at the Ferry Building also known as the Embarcadero Not sure of the time schedule, but we hit...More
We wandered through the marketplace, and found several interesting shops. We enjoyed sampling dark chocolates, and my wife enjoyed a shop with lots of kitchen gadgets. After meandering through the marketplace, we spent some time sitting on a bench out on the waterfront with a...More
Dropped in here to grab breakfast to take back to our hotel - really glad I did. huge amount of choice of fresh and cooked food, great coffee, interesting building. The place was bustling but not too busy at 0900-1000 Sunday. Prices are pretty high...More
An extraordinary building with lots of history. A nice walk through it with some shops and mostly eateries. Our favorite place to eat was the the Hog Island Oyster Co. The Marketplace has a great view from the back of the bay. You can eat...More
The perfect market, full of fresh local produce. September is getting towards the end of the season so the stalls were absolutely bursting with figs, strawberries, nectarines and so much more. There are some really excellent food stores inside as well with so much to...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.