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Farmers Market
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“Market inside Ferry Building with a diverse selection of famous SF eateries: Hog Island Oyster Co, Acme Bread, Cowgirl Creamery, Blue Bottle, Miette and more.”
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Farmers Market
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“Charming restored original ferry terminal, now housing unusual shops, food markets and restaurants ( famous Slanted Door is here and my fav, Hog Island Oyster.) Nice views of the Bay. Suggest you take the restored street car (MUNI) line from the Castro down Market Street to the Ferry Bldg, that will give you a better sense of SF along the ride. ”
53 paikallista suosittelee
Farmers Market
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“Yum....come hungry. Even when Saturday Farmers Market isn’t open, the place is a culinary hub!”
35 paikallista suosittelee
Building
“The tallest building in San Francisco. Historical visitor center. Grab a sandwich or Sushirrito across the street, and enjoy the peacefulness of the adjoining park with Redwood trees and fountains.”
16 paikallista suosittelee
Building
“Commercial Pyramid Building. Unique Architecture and 2nd tallest building right after Salesforce tower.”
10 paikallista suosittelee
Farmers Market
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“ The Ferry Building has a lot of restaurants and shops, as well as a lovely Farmer's Market on Tuesdays and Saturdays. It's a little on the pricey side, but it's a beautiful building right on the water, with amazing views of the Bay Bridge. Take the inbound N Judah (across the street in front of Padrecito), and take it to the Embarcadero stop (7 stops)”
7 paikallista suosittelee
Farmers Market
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“Ask me for a good bike route - you can easily get destroyed by the hills if you're unfamiliar with them. ”
1 paikallinen suosittelee
Farmers Market
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“Has a lot of cool stores..fun to walk around. And visit the popular farmer's market every Saturday.”
1 paikallinen suosittelee
Building
“Designed by popular San Francisco architect Willis Polk in 1917, this building is famous for being one of the first that used a steel frame to support a glass curtain-wall facade—an idea that changed architecture forever. This technology was radically modern at the time, but notice how the building also has a bit of 19th century eclectic ornamentation. The building now houses the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), where interesting exhibits are typically open to the public.”
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