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Ferry Building Marketplace


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1 Ferry building
SF, CA 94111

 (415) 983-8030

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"The Ferry Building Marketplace has an extensive Farmer’s market Tuesday, Thursday and Sat."  See More

"Plow and explore Potrero Hill shops while you wait Zazie near Haight street shops (Great for brunch or dinner) Ferry Building Marketplace - on Saturday has a lovely Farmer's market, good coffee, and a mix of food trucks."  See More

"The Ferry Building Marketplace is my favorite place in SF."  See More

"Visit the Ferry Building Marketplace farmer's market on Saturday for breakfast (beautiful view of the Bay Bridge), arts and crafts in Justin Hermann plaza and then ride the ferry to Sausalito for lunch/shopping and come back for dinner/drinks at the Slanted Door."  See More

"Ferry Building Marketplace - If you're a foodie, you'll love walking around this place and just enjoying the different restaurant and food options."  See More

"I highly suggest Bi-Rite Market or the Ferry Building Marketplace for good snacks."  See More

"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 or Saturday when the Farmer's market is going on."  See More

"I agree with most of the locations in the previous answers - Ferry Building Marketplace is a must."  See More

"Ferry Building Marketplace : always a fave!"  See More

"Hi Nick, Honestly, SF is the place to be for a foodie, so you could spend your whole week eating :) Things to see/do/eat: - Ferry Building Marketplace - this is a foodie paradise."  See More

"Being close to the Ferry Building Marketplace provides access to all transportation options, including ferries that can take you anywhere on the Bay (East, to Berkeley or Oakland and North, to Saulsalito, Belvedere or Tiburon)."  See More

"Additionally, you'll find that Union Square and Ferry Building Marketplace are a short Uber (or Lyft/Cab) ride away."  See More

"The Ferry Building Marketplace area is much nicer than Union Square, as a base."  See More

"It is also a central place to get to the Ferry Building Marketplace, Little Italy, San Francisco Chinatown, SOMA and Union Square."  See More

"The Ferry Building Marketplace is a great place to go for food - they have a lot of options, some of my favorites are: Hog Island Oyster Co, Inc, Boccalone Salumeria (great salami sandwich or meat cone), Cowgirl Creamery for their brie cheese and Acme Bread Company for their bread (cash only)."  See More

"Here are some options: North Beach area: Ferry Building Marketplace Lombard Street Transamerica Pyramid Coit Tower Pier 39 North Beach San Francisco's version of "Little Italy", very cute."  See More

"Fisherman's Wharf - I find this a little too touristy and much prefer Ferry Building Marketplace."  See More

"definitely check out the Farmers Market at the Ferry Building Marketplace!"  See More

"Some highlights in and around SF are Muir Woods National Monument, Golden Gate Park, Baker Beach, Lands End, Ferry Building Marketplace, Mount Tamalpais, Fort Point National Historic Site, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco Chinatown, Dolores Park, Twin Peaks, Angel Island and Marin Headlands."  See More

"Walk from Ferry Building Marketplace all the way to Mason St."  See More

"I recommend the Embarcadero (the long, palm tree lined street that runs from Fisherman's Wharf to the freeway) and you can stop at the Ferry Building Marketplace (straight out, through the back is awesome), Pier 23 Cafe, and Pier 39."  See More

"If you are here on a Thursday, you can walk down to the Ferry Building Marketplace for the farmers' market."  See More

"4) get your order to go and hop on the California cable car and go to the Ferry Building Marketplace; sit outside next to the bay."  See More

"An alternative (or addition) to Fisherman's Wharf would be the Ferry Building Marketplace which is a super high end mall with a bunch of cool farmers' market type shops and stalls, restaurants, etc."  See More

"In addition to the other answers, I will suggest the Ferry Building Marketplace."  See More

"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 North Beach Lands End Exploratorium Ferry Building Marketplace Golden Gate Bridge Sausalito Mission District"  See More

"For SF, you could do a lot of it in like 3-4 days, like Golden Gate Park, Golden Gate Bridge, Ferry Building Marketplace, Coit Tower, Alcatraz, and eat all of the food, and then get out of the city and do something like a bike ride + wine tasting in Napa, wine tasting and breweries in Sonoma (like Bear Republic Brewing Co), hiking Mount Tamalpais, etc."  See More

"Within the city, I highly recommend you visit the Cliff House for its tiimeless views, walk Ocean Beach, tour Alcatraz, visit Ferry Building Marketplace, take a Bay Cruise, enjoy the Haight-Ashbury, the Mission District, and do some food research for some outstanding local cuisine."  See More



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Hotels nearby:
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  1. Harbor Court Hotel
  2. Le Méridien San Francisco
  3. Pacific Tradewinds Hostel
  4. Hotel Triton
  5. The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco



Things to do nearby:
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  1. Humphry Slocombe
  2. San Francisco Fish Company
  3. Justin Herman Plaza
  4. 5A5 Steak Lounge
  5. The City Club of San Francisco



Restaurants nearby:
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  1. Frog Hollow Farm Cafe
  2. Biscuit Bender
  3. Cowgirl Creamery Sidekick Cafe & Milk Bar
  4. Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market
  5. Boudin Bakery



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