Historic building but at this point not many shops or restaurants open. Disappointing as this seems like it would be a great location. I was there a number of years ago and it was much livelier.
About The Cannery
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While walking back to our hotel from dinner and in search of something sweet, we passed a man eating ice cream and he directed us to Norman’s in The Cannery. What an interesting venue, it is the old Del Monte Cannery which has been restored...More
This is a historic site with the connection t the sea and Del Monte foods, but whilst munch of the renovation has been done sympathetically (the Argonaut hotel and the National Park centre) the fact that so much is empty detracts fro what should have...More
The whole Fisherman's Wharf district is geared towards getting the most out of the tourist dollar, and The Cannery is not too different from the many other buildings in the area that houses both restaurants, bars and shops. And while it does have some history...More
This read more interesting than it actually was however, it was worth a trip to view the local areas more than the Cannery itself
This is down at Fisherman's Wharf and has several restaurants an bars to choose from. Great little places to go for inexpensive food and good food!!
Littered with shops and souvenirs its your typical tourist trap. Parking is expensive and there is nothing earth shattering to sea. All the stores typical at a sea side tourist attraction, you can basically take this formula and label it at any number of places...More