Fisherman's Wharf Restaurants
Pier 39, Suite 203 C, San Francisco, CA 94133
Crab lovers have probably tasted every crab cake and cracked crab under the sun; but what about Crab Fondue or Crab Enchiladas? At the Crab House at Pier 39, diners will find fresh, juicy crab used in some of the most inventive and delicious dishes they've ever experienced, as well as excellent interpretations of classic favorites. The quality dishes that Crab House at Pier 39 serves begin with quality crab harvested from the Pacific Ocean. The restaurant only uses Dungeness crabs weighing at least two pounds, meaning the meat used in menu items is very plump and the crab legs ...
Pier 47, Al Scoma Way, San Francisco, CA 94133
Scoma’s Restaurant is a San Francisco institution and a Fisherman’s Wharf landmark. Serving up a bountiful menu of seafood since 1965, this family-owned and operated restaurant has come a long way from its days as a six-stool coffee shop. Now, visitors savor a boatload selection of fresh fare like their Clams on a Half Shell, Lobster Ravioli, and French Fried Scallops. And if you’re in the mood for meat, they can satisfy that craving with one of their naturally raised beef cuts. Come for lunch or dinner, and satisfy that craving for great seafood today.
39 Pier, San Francisco, CA 94133-1006
For those looking for drop in casual dining with all of the classic café features, the Sea Lion Café in Fisherman’s Wharf is the perfect fit. Located on the famous Pier 39, this café is known for its incredible panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island, and the Golden Gate Bridge. It offers daily specials and a variety of menu options from soups, salads, sandwiches, and burgers. Those in the mood for fresh seafood will delight in their charbroiled salmon, fried shrimp, crab, and lobster options. Also notable is their full bar, wine menu, and signature clam chowder ...
900 North Point Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
McCormick & Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant is located in famed Ghirardelli Square, overlooking the San Francisco Bay and other prized attractions like Alcatraz Island, Angel Island, Aquatic Park, and the marina. They only offer the highest quality of seafood that changes accordingly to its supply and demand; the menu is printed twice daily to ensure it reflects what’s hot off the docks and hot in the kitchen. Guests can expect to indulge on local catches as well as seasonal specialties from the US and international waters. Complement your ‘surf’ with some ‘turf’ and enjoy a number of prime steak, chicken, and ...
2765 Hyde Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
Since 1916, The Buena Vista Café in Fisherman’s Warf has been a San Francisco landmark. In 1952, with aid from Pulitzer-Prize winning travel writer Stanton Delaplane, the then-owner of the Buena Vista perfected the recipe for their now legendary Irish Coffee. The drink is so popular, the Buena Vista serves up to 2,000 Irish Coffees a day. Should you choose to bypass the Café’s claim to fame, there is a full bar that features a long list of specialty drinks including the Akvavit w/ Beer Snit, the New Orleans Fizz, and the Nutty Irishman. The kitchen serves traditional American fare ...
495 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
A true testament to San Francisco's fishing industry, the Blue Mermaid offers award-winning clam chowder and other seafood delights in a comfortable and nautical atmosphere. The restaurant and bar is located in the old Haslett Warehouse and Argonaut Hotel on Fisherman's Wharf, which itself is steeped in nautical history. Not content to coast on a historical reputation, the Blue Mermaid has made some San Francisco seafood history of its own by offering a variety of delicious and rare chowders—including their creamy, signature, award-winning Dungeness Crab and Corn Chowder. This popular eatery also offers a bevy of seafood and meat dishes, ...
The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94133
Neptune’s Waterfront Grill & Bar serves guests Authentic San Francisco food that was made famous by San Francisco’s grills and fish houses. Delectable seafood dishes like steamed Fresh Dungeness Crab and Pan Roasted Sea Bass attracts locals and tourist that visit Pier 39. Neptune’s Waterfront has floor to ceiling windows that offer guests a panoramic view of San Francisco’s beautiful bay. During yacht racing season, Neptune’s offer a front row seat to local and regional regattas and is a premier venue for the international excitement of the 34th America’s Cup Racing. Enjoy your visit at Pier 39 by stopping by ...
8 Fishermans Wharf, San Francisco, CA 94133
Seafood lovers that appreciate selection, quality, and an amazing waterfront view are bound to enjoy everything that Alioto's has to offer. Located on Fisherman's Wharf, Alioto's adds a signature Italian flair to all of their dishes, which also include fresh, high quality seafood. The restaurant should know a thing or two about fresh, quality fish, shellfish, and mollusks, considering that it began as a fish stall on Fisherman's Wharf in 1925. Finding that she could better showcase her bounty on a table rather than on ice, Rose Alioto created the restaurant to show diners how traditional Italian cuisine could enhance ...
Pier 39, San Francisco, CA 94133
While most seafood restaurants around PIER 39 have just one specialty, nearly all of the sea's creatures are served up at Pier Market and served up well. Pier Market is yet another acclaimed restaurant from the Simmons family, who have created some of the most popular dining destinations on PIER 39 and Fisherman's Wharf. The Simmons family knows that the coast of San Francisco provides a diverse array of delicious seafood and seek to offer their customers an abundance of choices. Pier Market always offers its popular and award-winning Clam Chowder in fluffy bread bowls, but it also features succulent ...
245 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133
Just follow the neon sign that says “Eat at Joe’s” on Jefferson Street in the historic Fisherman’s Wharf, and diners will find themselves at Joe’s Crab Shack where buckets of crab, lobster, shellfish and shrimp await. The atmosphere is quirky and casual, and since Joe’s is situated on the second level, the window seats give a great view of the Wharf. The crabs, for which they are famous for, come in six mouthwatering flavors, one of the favorites being Chesapeake Style with Old Bay seasonings. The generous buckets and steam pots are a great way to get down and dirty ...
286 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133
Castagola’s is one of the few establishments that have been open since the Gold Rush. Located on Fisherman’s Wharf, Castagnola’s Restaurant offers diners fine Italian cuisine, seafood, and chops house specialties. Diners can indulge in fine entrees like The Hendrix Hen Chicken Marsala and The Old Blues Eyes Aged New York Strip Steak while viewing boats dock and send off into the horizon. Have Castagola’s pair your dish with one of their finest wines. Castagola’s has a wide selection of premium wines from Napa Valley and Italy. Castagola’s provides guest with a fine dining experience and a incredible view of ...
498 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94109-1315
Located right on the Original Fisherman’s Wharf, Capurro’s creates fantastic Italian dishes . Established in1946, Capurro’s offers a menu that showcases their talent on creating Italian cuisine. Capurro’s only use the freshest locally caught seafood in their dishes. Their pasta dishes feature fresh shrimp, clams, and locally favorite crab. Capurro’s also creates original bread bowl cioppinos, an mixture of seafood in a custom baked sourdough bread bowl. Capurro’s has a wide variety of seafood choice created in Italian techniques that seafood lovers will enjoy.
400 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
Located right on the Fisherman’s Wharf, Cioppino offer incredible Italian cuisine that locals and visitors will enjoy. Cioppino is named for what they do best, a rustic and flavorful seafood soup called the Cioppino. And in San Francisco, Cioppino has their hands on the local seafood catch to create a seafood soup that is irresistible to seafood lovers. Other dishes Cioppino has to offer are pasta, pizza, and sandwich choices that also utilize fresh and local seafood straight from the pier. Furthermore, Cioppino is can accommodate large parties as well. They have a large, private banquet room with an amazing ...
851 Beach Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
The Pub at Ghirardelli Square offers all the flare of New Orleans on the west coast. The Pub’s is a two story, open area establishment with booth seating and Mahoney wood décor. Guests are offered favorite barbeque dishes from all around the USA like St. Louis Style Ribs and Texas Style Beef Brisket. Also on the menu are New Orleans dishes with unique flavor combinations like The Evil Bob’s Jambalaya and Chili Mac and Cheese. The Pub’s creates hand-crafted cocktails and specialty drinks that showcase their knowledge of flavor combinations.
300 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133-1108
A visit to Fisherman’s Wharf wouldn’t be complete without a stop at Lou’s Pier 47 Restaurant and Blues Club. Serving seafood cuisine, Lou’s adds a Cajun twist to their entrees, kicking your taste buds up a notch. Lou’s specialty includes a breathtaking spicy Jambalaya dish that goes well with their gargantuan 60oz House Margarita. In addition, Lou’s Blues Club, located right next to the restaurant, offers guest live jazz seven days a week featuring over 65 bands per month. So get your groove on at Lou’s Pier 47 Restaurant and Blues Club.
340 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133-1194
Opened by Frank Pompei on February 1, 1946, Pompei’s Grotto has been serving Italian seafood cuisine for more than a decade. Located at the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf, Pompei’s Grotto is a family restaurant that serves freshly caught seafood like steamed Dungeness crab – (a San Francisco tradition) and homemade Clam Chowder that will pull in customers from around the world to stop by and enjoy their extraordinary dishes. Known to keep it in the family, you can stop by anytime of the day to see one of Frank’s family members working the shop. For a great family dining experience, ...
Pier 39, San Francisco, CA 94133
Come take in a bit of history at PIER 39’s Fog Harbor Fish House. Surrounded by historic landmarks like Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the Bay Bridge, Fog Harbor Fish House is a waterfront restaurant that serves a wide variety of seafood cuisine from their award-winning Clam Chowder to the Garlic Roasted Whole Dungeness Crab. Voted Best Scenic View in San Francisco, diners are able to soak in the romantic sights of the San Francisco harbor while watching the restaurant’s chefs prepare their freshly caught fish and bake classic sourdough bread daily.
2851 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94133
No 9 Fisherman's Grotto has a rich history serving the people of San Francisco from its location on Fisherman's Wharf, and has helped to create a culinary standard by which many of the area's seafood restaurants strive to meet. In 1935, the restaurant was opened as a way to showcase fresh hauls of seafood, and is widely known as being the first sit-down restaurant on Fisherman's Wharf. Since that time, this family owned business has been offering a variety of traditional Italian dishes that feature fresh and delicious seafood caught locally. The time-tested menu at Fisherman's Grotto features a variety ...
Pier 43 1/2, San Francisco, CA 94133
Standing out both literally and figuratively from the many seafood restaurants on Fisherman's Wharf, The Franciscan Crab Restaurant offers delicious cuisine, fine accommodations, and an impeccable panoramic view of the San Francisco Bay. While the restaurant may have a modern new look, this iconic bay area eatery has been enticing diners with delicious meals for over 60 years, and has no plans of disappointing its regulars any time soon. Disappointing anyone may actually be a challenge for The Franciscan Crab Restaurant and its menu featuring a bevy of seafood skillets, Roasted Dungeness Crab, Crostini Bar, Pastas, and seafood sandwiches. The ...
160 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133
It may have all began with the bread, but now it’s about so much more. Bistro Boudin is located on the upper level of Boudin at the Warf, serving up heaping helpings of bay-front views with every loaf of sourdough they turn out. Bistro Boudin continues to honor its roots by featuring its famous sourdough prominently on the menu, while representing San Francisco’s rich heritage with classic seafood specialties and more contemporary takes on old recipes. To complement the menu and region, Bistro Boudin also presents guests with a wine list saturated in the area’s award-winning varietals. Whether you’re enjoying ...