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Heard all about how "you gotta see" the ferry building or eat at one of the dining spots. Honestly I expected way more than was offered. Rather small in scale, I thought there would be more shop selections. Great place to use the public restrooms...More
A pleasant place for strolls to watch the ferries and enjoy the sea breeze. Good shop mix inside the building makes lunch convenient on days without the farmers market. The second floor doesn't have shops and toilets on the second floor are closed to the...More
If you are in San Francisco and are able to self cater, this is definitely the place to go. A wealth of wonderful stores selling everything from mushrooms to raw honey to pasta to chocolate and everything in between. There are also small restaurants, take...More
We were not impressed with our visit to the marketplace. Lots of shops and restaurants all catering to tourists - so was wary about being in a tourist trap. The restaurants with a view of the waterfront are quite expensive. We finally chose a small...More
The Ferry Buliding is one of iconic places in San Francisco and is a wellknown sight from land and from the Bay. It was erected in 1896 to function as Port of San Francisco and was restored into current condition in 2003. Now is the...More
We went to the wine merchant and sat on their patio. WOW !! Food was great, we had the cheese and fruit pairing with our wine. Wine was recommended to us by the waiter and it was a nice blend. People watching was superb! A...More
Went here as we had time to kill before going to Alcatraz in the afternoon. The market was on which was great. They had a varied selection but it was super pricey!
Afterwards we decided to walk to pier 39 which didn't look that far..........More
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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.