"Clam Chowder by the Sea" Fisherman's Wharf Tip by nomadig

Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco: 189 reviews and 369 photos

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by nomadig

Fishermans Wharf is one the prime spots for tourists in San Francisco, a lot of different things to do for both adults and children. Some of the shops are a bit tacky and you have to be very careful when buying anything more expensive, such as electronics, as the prices may be much better in downtown.

The wharf hosts also local sealions. They usually rest in sunshine in front of certain piers. Follow the barking sound to find your way.

San Francisco is famous for clam chowder, a creamy seafood soup that is served in a white bread. There are several restaurants in the wharf that serve this traditional delicacy.

Address: Shoreline near Jefferson between Powell and Hyde
Phone: +1 415 626 7070
Website: http://www.fishermanswharf.org/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Mar 16, 2005
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