My sis and I had a delish lunch on the patio at Hog Island Oysters at the San Francisco Ferry Building. Yummy. I had the Oyster Bar Mix and Baby Arugula Salad Red Dianju pear, chiogga beets, hazlenuts and Redwood Hill Farms chevre with minted red wine vinaigrette and she had Clam Chowder Manila clams with aromatic vegetables, bacon, potatoes and cream.
At the north end of the San Francisco Ferry Building,the Bay Area’s shrine to local farmers, artisan producers, and world-class food, oyster devotees slurp down plump, succulent Hog Island oysters laid out on a bed of ice while taking in a spectacular view of the Bay.
The Ferry Building Marketplace is a people’s marketplace serving residents and travelers alike. Located within the historic Ferry Building at the foot of Market Street, shops large and small celebrate food in all its forms, offering everything from artisan cheeses to the freshest of local fish. Restaurants and cafés serve cuisine representing the quality and cultural diversity of San Francisco’s best chefs.
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