5 Seafood Restaurants in San Francisco You Don’t Want To Miss

5 Seafood Restaurants in San Francisco You Don’t Want To Miss

When it comes to finding a great place for a day of fun and culinary adventures, the City of San Francisco certainly offers excellent entertainment opportunities that will satisfy almost anyone’s needs. In addition to popular tourist activities such as visiting the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, or riding the famous cable cars, San Francisco also has some tremendous seafood restaurants for any aficionado who appreciates good fresh fish, crab, or oysters. With that in mind, here are 5 great seafood restaurants to keep in mind for your next visit to San Francisco.

Bistro Boudin
http://www.bistroboudin.com/

160 Jefferson St.
San Francisco, CA, 94133

For fans of oysters, Bistro Boudin is definitely a go-to restaurant. Bistro Boudin’s “OTR” oyster bar is the perfect place to enjoy fresh raw or baked oysters, ceviche, and Dungeness Crab delicacies. The restaurant menu also features a variety of delicious starters, soups and salads, sandwiches, pastas, and even seafood pizzas. Complement a dish with a cup of wine or a dessert for a complete seafood experience. Located near Fisherman’s Wharf, the restaurant is on the 2nd floor of the Boudin Bakery flagship building, with a demonstration bakery, gift shop, and San Francisco Museum all present at 160 Jefferson St.

Anchor Oyster Bar & Seafood Market

http://anchoroysterbar.com/
579 Castro St.
San Francisco, CA 94114

Serving the San Francisco community since 1977, the Anchor Oyster Bar is a trusted, locally owned seafood restaurant and fish market. The company has over 30 years of experience in transforming fresh fish, crab, and shellfish into delicious seafood dishes. Famous for serving one of Bay Area’s favorite clam chowders, diners are routinely wowed by the restaurant’s excellent service and quality dishes.  

Catch

http://www.catchsf.com/
2362 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94114

Another Upper Market gem located right between 16th and 17th Street, this luxurious restaurant serves lunch and dinner on the weekdays and an additional brunch menu on the weekends. Catch has a generous choice of cocktails and desserts to help you savor those delicious fillet, seafood chowder, and assorted seafood dishes. Along with a cozy fireplace, the restaurant features cherry-wood tables and tiled floors to truly provide a delicious and romantic dining experience. 

Farallon

http://farallonrestaurant.com/
450 Post St.
San Francisco, CA 94102

Patrons of Farallon are captivated by the unique décor of the restaurant. With chairs and tables that emulate the look of shellfish and clams, the experience at Farallon is rightfully highlighted by the quality of the coastal cuisine with a French influence. The menu is constantly in flux depending on what is fresh and locally available at that time of year. Located within a block of Union Square, Farallon is a favorite of visitors to SF.

Scoma’s

http://www.scomas.com/
Pier 47
San Francisco, CA 94133

As an Italian seafood restaurant, Scoma’s menu includes the classic mixed seafood grill, the Shrimp Louis Salad, and the Shrimp & Scallops Alla Gannon. Serving cocktails, beer, wine, and other quality beverages to enhance your experience, Scoma’s seafood is always new and fresh because the chefs are always updating their menus to reflect the season’s freshest catch. Best of all, Scoma’s famous crab cakes are made of dungeness crabs, hearty cioppino, and a tasty mixture of seafood to give you that extra flavor of the deep ocean. Located in the Ghiradelli Square & Fisherman’s Wharf area, it’s easily accessible to tourists visiting the city.

Drop by any one of these restaurants or knock them off one at a time during your next trip to San Francisco, and you’ll be certain to satisfy any cravings for shellfish or any of the many other delicacies the Pacific Ocean has to offer.