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Category: Fisherman’s Wharf

Cool and Fun Things to Do in SF When Someone Visits You

Taco plate at Tacolicious restaurant in San Francisco, CA.

Posted by Hana Nobel on 08.30.17

San Francisco is a popular vacation spot, and if you’re lucky enough to live here, you’ll probably have visitors. Once they knock the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz off their list, there’s still lots to do.  Here is a list of cool and fun things to do in SF when someone visits... Read More

5 Must Try Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurants

Gary Danko is one of 5 Must Try Fisherman's Wharf Restaurants

Posted by Hana Nobel on 03.07.17

Fisherman’s Wharf isn’t a place that many locals spend enough time. Despite being a place that has a lot of mediocre food, there are some good eats around. Keep these 5 must try Fisherman’s Wharf restaurants on your radar. 1.The Codmother Fish and Chips If you’re hoping to eat fish... Read More

An Iconic Fishermans Wharf Restaurant: A History of Alioto’s Restaurant

Fisherman's Wharf Restaurants

Posted by Avital Ungar on 09.08.16

Here’s a brief history of an iconic Fishermans Wharf Restaurant, Alioto’s. Today, Fisherman’s Wharf is one of San Francisco’s most popular tourist attractions. However, the wharf has always been a huge landmark in the history of the city. First it was a point of entrance for immigrants and then it... Read More

The Story of San Francisco Sourdough Bread: How it was Invented

Posted by Avital Ungar on 07.01.16

Here’s the history and story of San Francisco Sourdough Bread… In the early years of mining mayhem, San Franciscan bakers were perplexed. After biting into their newly baked bread, recipes they had been making in the France had turned sour. Yet, somehow they realized that they liked how the bread tasted... Read More

A History of San Francisco Cioppino: SF’s Most Famous Seafood Stew

History of San Francisco Cioppino

Posted by Avital Ungar on 06.25.16

Many dishes were invented in San Francisco and Cioppino is one of them! Here’s the story and  history of San Francisco Cioppino.  Cioppino is a tomato-based seafood stew that was invented by the San Francisco Italian fishermen of North Beach in the late 1800s using whatever seafood was leftover from... Read More

Self Guided San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf Food Tour

Fishermans-Wharf-Food-Tour

Posted by Avital Ungar on 02.16.16

Fisherman’s Wharf is San Francisco’s most endearing tourist trap and top destination, complete with picture-perfect seaside scenery and tempting gourmet delights. Cioppino (Fish stew), fresh-caught crab, clam chowder and sourdough bread are all specialties of this historic fishing port. You’ll explore these delicacies on this Fisherman’s Wharf Food Tour. These... Read More