San Francisco: Street Food to Fine Dining

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After our ride on the cable car we needed breakfast and, based on a recommendation from the hotel, we decided to try the Hollywood Cafe on North Point Street. It is within walking distance of the cable car turn around. We enjoyed breakfast on the covered patio. We had breakfast about 10am on a Thursday and the restaurant was busy. The food was really good and there was plenty of it.

Street Food

After our bike ride we were starving as we had not eaten since breakfast. The ferry landed at Pier 41, after returning the bikes we came back just for the street food. Seriously, it smelled amazing when we walked passed initially and did not disappoint. I’m normally not too much of a street food person but I’d 100% go back for this.There were a ton of street food vendors along with normal sit down restaurants all along the water front. The street vendors typically are cash only, just as a heads up.


Despite our late lunch we had dinner reservations at Waterbar. From our table we could see the lights seeming to dance on the bay bridge. If you like raw oysters, this is the place to get them. They were delicious. Waterbar does have some non fish items on the menu but it is primarily a seafood restaurant.

I feel like we got a decent taste of the variety that San Francisco has to offer when it comes to food. If nothing else we tried both ends of the food spectrum with something in between and I’d eat it all again. What is your favorite local restaurant and do you eat street food? Let me know in the comments. Safe travels.

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