2011

Ferry Building, San Francisco

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San Francisco ferry building

The Ferry Building Marketplace is one of our most favorite destinations in San Francisco. Filled with restaurants, food stands, and gift shops, this place is on any foodies must visit list. Here are some of our favorite shops to visit and dine at.

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Casual Ferry Building Restaurants

Boulettes Larder,  hidden near the back of a hallway, churns out high quality food from breakfast time on wards.

Slanted Door’s Out the door has good Vietnamese and Chinese options.

Il Cane Rosso has some high quality sandwich and soup options.

Prather Ranch serves up some mean hamburgers and hot dogs along with excellent meat to bring home.

Acme Bread has awesome bread especially the Pan Epi and sourdough. Cowgirl creamery creates some excellent cheese. Recchiuti Chocolates are beautiful and decadent. Miette creates cakes, cookies, macaroons and pastries that are not only beautiful, but delicious. Boccalone Salumeria from the folks who run Incanto produces some top-notch charcuterie.

4505 Meats Cheeseburger

Farmer’s Market

Saturday from 8 AM to 2pm, brings a large farmers market to the Ferry Building, along with several tasty food vendors. There is also a farmers market on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 AM to 2 PM. The Thursday market has some street food vendors.

The burgers from Prather Ranch and 4505 Meats or Porchetta sandwich at Rolli roti are great.

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Sit down restaurants

The Slanted Door is clearly the marquee restaurant in the Ferry Building. With a blend Vietnamese Fusion, we have found that it largely lives up to its hype.

For something a little more casual, try the Hog Island Oyster Company for some fresh oysters and seafood.

Be sure to check out our complete list of San Francisco’s best restaurants for tourists visiting San Francisco.

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Posted on April 11th, 2011
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3 Responses to “Ferry Building, San Francisco”

  1. Hog Island Oyster Co., San Francisco | Foodnut.com Says:

    […] Island Oyster Co. is located in San Francisco’s Ferry Building. They have an oyster bar that serves sustainable seafood, chowder, and salads. Fresh oysters […]

  2. Il Cane Rosso Restaurant, San Francisco | Foodnut.com Says:

    […] Cane Rosso is a casual rotisserie and sandwich shop inside the Ferry building. It is run by Daniel Patterson who also runs the well-respected Coi restaurant. Our last visit was in […]

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    […] executive chef at Fifth Floor. He teaches butcher classes and serves up food at the San Francisco Ferry Building Farmer’s Market. We saw them at the Eat Real festival in Oakland. They create homemade […]

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