Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, California

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Jefferson St. & Taylor St.

San Francisco, CA 94133

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  • 9 mentions in What are the top 5 can't miss tourist attractions in S.F.?

    • Andy H.

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      Andy H. said, "...back to Pier 39 . Have some clam chowder at Chowders and look at the Sea Lion Colony . Bike through Fisherman's Wharf and stop by Musée Mécanique for some old school games. Bike by Aquatic Park and Ghiradelli Square and Fort..." See More

    • Brew J.

      Brew J. said, "...Cable Car (seeing it is good enough for me, but you can ride it if you choose), then walk down to Fisherman's Wharf. An easy way to hit all three. An alternative (or addition) to Fisherman's Wharf would be the Ferry..." See More

    • Nisah C.

      Nisah C. said, "...from Market Street/BART, you can get off at Powell St. BART Station and ride the cable car up and over to Fisherman's Wharf, then after getting your fill of this true tourist trap, you can walk back the way you came..." See More

    • larisa p.

      larisa p. said, "...Golden Gate Bridge hands down. Avoid Fisherman's Wharf. Total waste of time...." See More

    • Jenelle B.

      Jenelle B. said, "... Fisherman's Wharf is pretty family-oriented. The bridge is nice, if you like cycling at all and the weather is decent, it's nice to rent a bike at the Wharf and bike across the bridge. It's not for the faint of heart, though,..." See More

    • mary t.

      mary t. said, "...Bridge (about an hour), then we like to walk around Union Square and eat lunch, catch a cable car down to Fisherman's Wharf to explore and eat dinner. Then head back to Union Square by cab or cable car...." See More

    • Spencer S.

      Spencer S. said, "...would be a tour of Alcatraz, because you can see a lot of that when doing the tour. You go to Fisherman's Wharf to take the boat and then you get views of Golden Gate Bridge from the boat ride and on..." See More

    • Cynthia C.

      Cynthia C. said, "...Golden Gate Bridge. And you could also visit Fort Point National Historic Site at the base of the bridge, close to Fisherman's Wharf. I also love driving through the Presidio...." See More

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, "... Fisherman's Wharf is a lot of fun, busy, bustling and crowded-but ultimately not very local anymore. Head to the western part of the city, all the way out Geary Blvd to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area-the views back through the channel..." See More

  • 5 mentions in Where is the best neighborhood to stay in San Francisco?

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...reaches out to the water away from public transportation and attractions. If it's your very first time in San Francisco, the Fisherman's Wharf area could also be a fun place to stay, but it's mostly very touristy and a little more difficult..." See More

    • christina l.

      christina l. said, "...and a variety of hotels. Although, if I'm not staying on Nob Hill, I'd stay in North Beach District close to Fisherman's Wharf. If you can, ditch having a car --- parking is a pain and it's not uncommon to have..." See More

    • Kelly W.

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      Kelly W. said, "...Hi. I like North Beach District it's a nice trendy area close to downtown. Walking distance to Fisherman's Wharf area and it has lots of amazing restaurants and bars. Little Italy is a nice area to eat and Washington Square Park is..." See More

    • Kevin B.

      Kevin B. said, " 8th street) can be a bit dodgy. Totally fine, but one must be aware there Places I don't recommend: - Fisherman's Wharf: no locals actually go there, and they are just trying to get money from tourists - Marina District:..." See More

    • Fritzi L.

      Fritzi L. said, "...has lots of independent restaurants and shops. Another area I like is Parnassus Avenue, near Golden Gate Park. Don't go to Fisherman's Wharf, which is a total tourist trap. Union Square has every retail shop you can visit in any other..." See More

  • 4 mentions in What I can't miss in San Francisco in 4 days?

    • Phil L.

      Phil L. said, "...For a few of the real touristy things to do, and as a last resort, ride a cable car, go to Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39. When I was growing up in the city riding a cable car was really fun, and..." See More

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...go see some of the touristy things but those aren't the best things about the city. If you must, go to Fisherman's Wharf just to walk through, but for heaven's sakes don't think for a minute it has anything to do with..." See More

    • Sean K.

      Sean K. said, "... Fisherman's Wharf is fun; touristy, but fun. It's a nice place to visit, but I never eat there. Golden Gate Park is pleasant. Even if it's foggy, it's fun. The Golden Gate Bridge is iconic, and for good reason. If you enjoy..." See More

    • Dave S.

      Dave S. said, "...the routes. They're a San Francisco trademark and they're really great. If you're on a budget, take a cable car to Fisherman's Wharf, buy a loaf of that amazing SF sour dough bread and a fresh steamed Dungeness Crab. Find a..." See More

  • 3 mentions in San Francisco - Top things to do with a teenager?

    • Dee B.

      Dee B. said, "...Hop Off) bus first to hit the tourist highlights (e.g., Golden Gate Bridge) and ride the Cable Car. Then concentrate on Fisherman's Wharf /Pier 39 areas for entertainment. If you have enough time to get tickets, go to Alcatraz. If she's at..." See More

    • Cherie E.

      Cherie E. said, "...Baseball fans will love AT&T Park and surrounding area. Fisherman's Wharf for fishing and sight seeing and the Red and White boats are great on a nice day, and depending on the age they may enjoy Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum..." See More

    • Kristal S.

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      Kristal S. said, "...I'm not sure if this is your first time or not. However, I would suggest skipping the super touristy things like Fisherman's Wharf, instead I would suggest checking out the Ferry Building Marketplace especially in the early afternoon on a Thursday..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Looking For Places To Stay

    • Kevin B.

      Kevin B. said, "...My recommendation is don't stay by Fisherman's Wharf. It's honestly not that amazing and locals never go there, except when their out of town friend or family member insists to see the sea lions, which are the only redeeming quality of..." See More

    • Phil L.

      Phil L. said, "...To be honest $100.00 to $150.00 is not going to get you much around the Fisherman's Wharf area or in fact in the city itself. Click the link below, it will take you to I have picked some dates in February..." See More

    • Kevin W.

      Kevin W. said, "...I always like to stay in or around the Marina District. It's pretty close to Fisherman's Wharf and has good restaurants and bars. The Cow Hollow Motor Inn and the Chelsea Motor Inn are two examples of places I've stayed in the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Traveling in June with 18 year old girls - what can we do in 4 days?!

    • Phil L.

      Phil L. said, "...not be turned away due to closed bookings. Union Square area for shopping. Ride a cable car. If you must see Fisherman's Wharf then do it, but it is awful touristy. Chinatown San Francisco is a better bet. Coit towerr, great view...." See More

    • Lorraine W.

      Lorraine W. said, "... Fisherman's Wharf Golden Gate Bridge Chinatown San Francisco Tenderloin Becareful. Be awere. And always be Together...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Top things to see in San Francisco & San Jose?

    • Phil L.

      Phil L. said, " are the top 3 things a new visitor must do. Ride a cable car from Market and Powell St to Fisherman's Wharf or take the Hyde Street Line, I think the better views are on the Hyde St Line. Visiting Golden..." See More

    • Michael M.

      Michael M. said, "...Army Battery fort and lighthouse; you can also see the mouth of the bay leading to great Pacific Ocean horizon. 2. Fisherman's Wharf area and embarcadero- Take cable car at Ghirardelli for a cable car to Union Square (Downtown SF). Along the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What to do with 1 day in San Francisco?

    • Gil W.

      Gil W. said, "...Take the cable car from market street to Fisherman's Wharf. But then unless you want to eat at McDonald's with a naked weirdo drive across the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin County. You could go to Sausalito for a while, visit..." See More

    • Devon N.

      Devon N. said, " Pier 23 for an amazing lunch with a view of the bay. They have great seafood without the crowds of Fisherman's Wharf. My fave is a cold glass of white wine or beer with the crab and shrimp sandwich. From..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 8 days in LA, does San Francisco worth a visit in such a short trip?

    • Renate F.

      Renate F. said, "...are a few fun things to do that are iconic such as viewing the Golden Gate Bridge, visiting Alcatraz, taking in Fisherman's Wharf, perhaps riding a Cable Car, and driving down Lombard Street "the crookedest street in the world" and that..." See More

    • Thomas D.

      Thomas D. said, "...St, Montgomery St. BART Station, Justin Herman Plaza. BART, Muni or Cable Car will take you to these San Francisco destinations: Fisherman's Wharf, Union Square, Yerba Buena Gardens, Civic Center, Yoshi's Oakland, Golden Gate Bridge, Mission District, Ocean Beach From SF..." See More

  • 2 mentions in San Francisco Hidden Gems

    • Fritzi L.

      Fritzi L. said, "...Francisco is very well documented; secret places appear in blogs and don't stay off the radar for long. I would avoid Fisherman's Wharf, Union Square and the cable cars. I recommend the Legion of Honor museum in Lincoln Park, visiting Lands..." See More

    • Sharyn m.

      Sharyn m. said, "...Walk around downtown..Union Square, Chinatown San Francisco. Take the CableCar down to Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39 grab a short bus tour - across the Golden Gate Bridge(or drive it). You'll run out of time before you run out of things to..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Attractions in San Francisco for Honeymoon

    • Bernard F.

      Bernard F. said, "...but more touristy than anything else and kind of time wasters if you don't have a lot of time: Lombard Street Fisherman's Wharf Any Cirque du Soleil that happens to be in townSan Francisco Chinatown Not romantic at all, but the following..." See More

    • Christopher W.

      Christopher W. said, " to take a not-too-expensive day trip to Tiburon. Avoid the weekday rush hours; catch the ferry at Pier 41 near Fisherman's Wharf. Once there, have a drink and/or lunch on the deck at Sam's Anchor Cafe. The view looking back..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best activities for tweens in San Francisco?

    • John S.

      John S. said, "...the the Golden Gate Bridge. Go to the San Francisco Ferry Bldg and then take an old street car over to Fisherman's Wharf for a walk-away crab cocktail. After, go to the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Take the Alcatraz tour..." See More

    • Ashleen R.

      Ashleen R. said, "...Gate Bridge is awesome, Union Square is great for shopping, Go car's are now booming very popular to tour around in, Fisherman's Wharf has a rocket boat which is super fun!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in safe neighborhhoods convenient to attractions

    • Ed H.

      Ed H. said, "...check out Pacifica or Ocean BeachSome of the other standard tourist activities aside from checking out the Golden Gate Bridge are Fisherman's Wharf and seeing sea lions, Alcatraz, riding one of the cable cars, and checking out the Ferry Building. Maybe Chinatown..." See More

    • Serena M.

      Serena M. said, "...North Beach North Beach, also known as SF's Little Italy ***10 minute walk to San Francisco Chinatown ***15 minute walk to Fisherman's Wharf ***15 minute walk to the the Marina ***20 minute walk to Union Square ***20 minute walk to Ferry Building..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Free things to do in San Francisco?

    • Cara W.

      Cara W. said, "...lot of the most popular areas on foot: the Embarcadero Center up to North Beach(the "little Italy" neighborhood) and around through Fisherman's Wharf to the Marina District. Public transportation is pretty easy to navigate and an inexpensive way to get around. If..." See More

    • Peter R.

      Peter R. said, "...out one of the many parks like Golden Gate Park. walking the Golden Gate Bridge is also for free. Walk along Fisherman's Wharf or go to Union Square. At the top of Macy's is a Cheesecake Factory, where you have a great..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best one day bike ride around San Francisco

    • Jeffrey H.

      Jeffrey H. said, "...A surf and turf option....Rent a bike near Fisherman's Wharf. Bike along the coastal path, through Crissy Field, then go up to the Golden Gate, bike across. Go down the hill just at the north end of the span and bike..." See More

    • Seoulsfgirl :.

      Seoulsfgirl :. said, "...The city is only 7x7 square miles. I would start near Fisherman's Wharf and go west along the coastal path through Crissy Field, the Presidio, Lands End, Eagle Point Labyrinth, Sutro Baths, along Ocean Beach, then through Golden Gate Park to the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 3 Months in SF

    • Mimi W.

      Mimi W. said, "...Dolores Park, get some crab and garlic noodles Thanh Long, go to Outerlands on a weekday to avoid the crowds. Avoid Fisherman's Wharf at all costs. But do venture there just one day to catch the ferry to Alcatraz because it is..." See More

    • Elliott L.

      Elliott L. said, "...a car. I would suggest renting a bike and then using public transportation. The Main things (in no particular order): Alcatraz Fisherman's Wharf Conservatory of Flowers California Academy of Sciences De Young Museum San Francisco Museum of Modern Art San Francisco Chinatown..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best activities for kids

    • Debby C.

      Debby C. said, " a fun science museum with tons of hands on fun for kids. You can also walk along The Embarcadero to Fisherman's Wharf, which is very touristy, but fun for kids. Alcatraz has night tours that are awesome. Google it and..." See More

    • Mauricio L.

      Mauricio L. said, "...You should go to the Aquarium of the Bay, Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf .Next day, you should rent a bike and ride through the Presidio and then go to visit the Golden Gate Bridge...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Parking near Pier 39

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...any special events in town, parking is tough to find, so I would try not to drive to the Pier 39/ Fisherman's Wharf area unless you really have to. Whether you find residential parking a little further out, or you find metered..." See More

    • Elliott L.

      Elliott L. said, "...Parking all along Fisherman's Wharf area sucks. I'd advise parking your car and using trollies or buses or the cable car to approach...." See More

  • 1 mention in Road trip from LA to Seattle

    • Carla D.

      Carla D. said, " a few times, so many attractions to note. But here are my favorites: Ghiradelli Square Alcatraz Cable Car Lombard Street Fisherman's Wharf Golden Gate Bridge Cliff House - See the Painted Ladies for a classic San Francisco photo opp - If..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best seafood restaurant in S.F.?

    • Alicia B.

      Alicia B. said, "...Go to Fisherman's Wharf, it in the street carts outside the restaurants, it will be a few bucks cheaper...." See More

  • 1 mention in This is on my bucket list. Fill my brain with info on what to do!

    • Valerie A.

      Valerie A. said, "...months in advance. I recommend doing the night time tour if you want to be spooked a bit :) 2. Avoid Fisherman's Wharf. It's pointless, there is nothing great you will see here except 'San Francisco' printed on a shirt/sweatshirt 50..." See More

  • 1 mention in 30 days by car around: SF, Portland... and then ?

    • Peter D.

      Peter D. said, "...of the Legion of Honor, which houses an even larger collection, including great classical European paintings.) Do NOT bother going to Fisherman's Wharf -- it is famous, but crowded and not very interesting...." See More

  • 1 mention in What stops should I make for views, sights, and food along 101 from Newport, Oregon to Legget, California?

    • Zach W.

      Zach W. said, "...San Francisco - Worthy of its own post. This is a HUGE and AMAZING city. Some parts to check out include Fisherman's Wharf, Alcatraz, Ferry Building, Marina District, Union Square, Hayes Valley, Golden Gate Park, Golden Gate Bridge, Fillmore St, Haight-Ashbury,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Weekend ideas for a long weekend in San Francisco?

    • Brett M.

      Brett M. said, "... Fisherman's Wharf, Ghirardelli Square Shopping Center, Alcatraz are all fun places to spend time in SF and relatively low cost...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best day trip from San Francisco?

    • Hoyt M.

      Hoyt M. said, "...Hi Kim, - I recommend taking the ferry from Fisherman's Wharf to Tiburon. Have lunch on the deck at Sam's Anchor Cafe and walk around the cute neighborhood. If you have time you can stop at Angel Island (a State Park) before..." See More

  • 1 mention in Other cities to visit outside of wine country

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...Francisco -- drive across the Golden Gate Bridge and there are so many things to see -- Golden Gate Park , Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39 , Ferry Building , Union Square , the Mission District , Haight -- lots of stuff..." See More

  • 1 mention in road trip ideas

    • Janelle K.

      Janelle K. said, "...north of Sausalito has great beaches. In San Fran, the kids would love Alcatraz. The whole scene at Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf is one giant tourist trap, but the kids will probably love it. They'll get a kick out of a..." See More

  • 1 mention in California - 14 days itinerary on the coast?

    • Jeremy J.

      Jeremy J. said, "... 8. The Standard Downtown LA (a nice Rooftop bar with a nice view of Downtown LA) For SF, I'd recommend Fisherman's Wharf although I don't know much other places...." See More

  • 1 mention in Weekend in San Fran- what should I do?

    • Miklos P.

      Miklos P. said, " can spare an hour or two: Take a Cable Car form Market Street (Downtown at 5th street and Market) to Fisherman's Wharf through the steep streets of San Francisco (long lines and I think it’s now $5 per person!) go early,..." See More

  • 1 mention in 3 days in SF, what to do and where to eat?!

    • Jeremy O.

      Jeremy O. said, "...can then walk (or ride) down to Sausalito to grab lunch or ice cream and take the regular ferry back to Fisherman's Wharf...." See More

  • 1 mention in San Fransisco: Where to Stay, What to See

    • mary t.

      mary t. said, "...different areas to stay in San Francisco. What are you looking for? Union Square is great if you want to shop. Fisherman's Wharf is great if you want to be near the sea. Nothing will be cheap in San Francisco but it..." See More

  • 1 mention in Natural parks close to and places to stay in San Francisco?

    • Neema N.

      Neema N. said, "...bedroom apt to rent for your stay. In terms of hotels, you can find some decent deals on motels in the Fisherman's Wharf area and they're located in a great area for tourists, with Aquarium of the Bay , Ghirardelli Square Shopping..." See More

  • 1 mention in Vancouver to Los Angeles, what are the places to stop and see?

    • Johnny L.

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      Johnny L. said, "...birds" was filmed) before you get to San Francisco (crossing the Golden Gate Bridgeand then you can check out places like Fisherman's Wharf& San Francisco Chinatown. After that you can pass through San Jose to get to Monterey where they have..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best fishing spots in the Bay Area?

    • Shawn D.

      Shawn D. said, " (bit early for salmon), but did have some luck with striper last weekend (limited out) on a charter out of Fisherman's Wharf in the bay. From a freshwater perspective, the drought has really hit the bite hard, but my favorite spots..." See More

  • 1 mention in Memorable dining experiences with a view in SF for Father's Day?

    • Steve S.

      Steve S. said, "...Or just head down to Pier 39 on Fisherman's Wharf and go to fog harbour. Great view of the bay and Alcatraz and you can walk down the pier afterwards...." See More

  • 1 mention in How\where do I spend a long weekend in SF with my wife and 3 year old

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...coming for a short time, though, you can never go wrong staying centrally located in the downtown Union Square, and the Fisherman's Wharf is touristy and a little out there, but could be a fun place for a three year old. Hope..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is a fun restaurant that serves food and drinks on the late side?

    • Madhava N.

      Madhava N. said, "...Have been to Boudin Bakery and the Pizzas, Breads and Fries are just amazing. It is just opposite to Fisherman's Wharf...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best kept secret Desserts places in SF?

    • Johnny L.

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      Johnny L. said, "...Fields (always my favorite chocolate chip cookie) to Chocolate Heaven to Ghiradelli Square, you're gonna find your most concentrated choices in Fisherman's Wharf!..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best kid-friendly activities in SF?

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, " and sights to take in. I loved the Aquarium of the Bay there as a kid. You can walk to Fisherman's Wharf there and look at the sea lions. Exploratorium : The map's still showing the old location, but this actually..." See More

  • 1 mention in What's the best neighborhood in S.F. for a first time visitor?

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...close to the public transit hubs. It's also centrally located near San Francisco Chinatown, SOMA, Ferry Building, North Beach and even Fisherman's Wharf which I don't care for, but I know that nothing I can do will stop a first time visitor..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is Alcatraz worth visiting over a 3 day weekend?

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...walk all along the pier, dine at the famous Pier 23 Cafe, walk around Pier 39, look at sea lions at Fisherman's Wharf, have the famous Irish Coffees at the The Buena Vista Cafe, etc. If you don't mind a little..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do for a day and a half in San Francisco?

    • Gregor C.

      Gregor C. said, " for a short visit would be to take cable car to or from the Marina District "turntable". Then walk along Fisherman's Wharf area to the Embarcadero Center (Big Clock) Marina for a R/T Ferry from there to Sausalito & return. Much..." See More

  • 1 mention in Unique activities and cheap eats in San Francisco

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...They're in the heart of downtown.For chowder, specifically, hit up the more touristy part of the Embarcadero from Pier 39 to Fisherman's Wharf. A fun place to stop by there is the Boudin Bakery & Cafe. They've got chewer and a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Pacific West Coast (LA to Seattle) or Route 66 road trip in January?

    • Joel O.

      Joel O. said, "...of places to stay and things to see. La Jolla Cove - Great beaches, natural arch, birds, seals, and great food Fisherman's Wharf- Go explore San Francisco Sea Lion Caves - Visit seals on their terms Astoria - Where Goonies was..." See More

  • 1 mention in Hotels Under $150 a night in the center of San Francisco?

    • Sylvia I.

      Sylvia I. said, "...Carlton. It is on the edge of the Tenderloin but we felt really safe and it was in walking distance to Fisherman's Wharf (or you can use the free cable car) and lots of awesome restaurants. There were quite a few hotels..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is the best way to spend 2 days in San Francisco?

    • Kristal S.

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      Kristal S. said, "...and there's often traffic. For places to see in SF: - San Francisco Chinatown - Lands End and Sutro Baths - Fisherman's Wharf- I find this a little too touristy and much prefer Ferry Building Marketplace. - Haight-Ashbury - famous intersection..." See More

  • 1 mention in Looking for 2-3 cheap, and fun activities in the SF area

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...shops, cafes, and scenic views along the way: Along the Embarcadero, maybe start at Cupid's Span and end up at the Fisherman's Wharf. Touristy, but it's still one of my favorite walks, especially at night when most places are closed and..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cheap Hotels and Crazy Adventures.

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...Then walk up to Pier 39 and take in the sights of our version of the boardwalk. Then walk up to Fisherman's Wharf to see sea lions lounging. Maybe you can even rent a bike from there and bike across the Golden..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must go in SF- non touristy and touristy?

  • 1 mention in One week in San Francisco...

    • Darleen S.

      Darleen S. said, "...a trip to the Presidio and the museums there. Other north shore points like Ghiradelli Square, or The Cannery Shopping Centerand Fisherman's Wharf would work as well. Union Square area is more than likely your base. Most hotels are in this vicinity...." See More

  • 1 mention in So much to see and do, so little time.

    • Judy J.

      Judy J. said, "...say it's hard to find your way there, and that it's not very pretty). Catch the ferry back from Sausalito to Fisherman's Wharf, by way of Alcatraz (you don't stop there, but you can see it from the ferry). On the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Babymoon: seeking tips on hotels, food, enjoyable atmosphere

    • Bridge M.

      Bridge M. said, "...would consider an AirBNB or a hotel downtown. If she likes the charm of SF's neighborhoods, I would avoid staying in Fisherman's Wharf as it's super touristy. For Brunch, consider: Plow and explore Potrero Hill shops while you waitZazie near Haight street..." See More

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