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Artisanal Ice Cream, Espresso & Cupcakes: the Foodie's Walk of the Ferry Building

San Francisco, CA


  • Two lattes with beautiful foam art.
  • A view down the Ferry Building hall from Blue Bottle.
  • The Pork Bun at Out The Door.
  • Take out counter for Out The Door.
  • Schuckers at work.
  • Kumamoto oysters.
  • Wedges of cheese available.
  • You can also pick up a box of delicious popcorn.
  • The bar in front of the Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant
  • Order a flight of wine.
  • Praise the Lard! Clever t-shirt.
  • The meat shop counter.
  • All sorts of baked goods at Mariposa.
  • Pop tarts, pocket pies and stuffed croissants.
  • An uncharacteristically short line for ice cream.
  • Secret Breakfast ice cream on a cone.
  • Roli Roti's porchetta sandwich
  • Baked goods from Downtown Bakery & Creamery.

45 minutes
0.3 mi
Guided by Jason

Overview
A century ago, the Ferry Building was the second busiest transit terminal in the world, after Charing Cross Station in London. Now it serves as a minor commuter port and the home of more than 40 culinary stands and restaurants that epitomize the farm-to-table movement. Grass-fed, organic, free-range, sustainable, ecological, local, non-GMO, gluten-free - it's all here. And it's delicious. This loop walk through the Ferry Building focuses on culinary delectables and the stories behind them. Bon appetit!

About Your Guide
I am all about exploring local history, architecture, food and art to learn about how places came to be. You can find me in search of hidden places, the best dim sum, secret speakeasies, skyline vistas and other ingredients to build the perfect day.

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Guide Points
  1. Blue Bottle Coffee
  2. Out The Door
  3. Hog Island Oysters
  4. Cowgirl Creamery
  5. Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant
  6. Prather Ranch Meat Company
  7. Mariposa Bakery
  8. Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream
  9. Farmer's Market

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