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Explore California's Coastal Redwoods with Sausalito Ferry Boat Experience
"Venture north over the Golden Gate Bridge to an isolated canyon filled with ancient coastal redwood trees also known as Muir Woods National Monument. Enjoy solitude and peace through the cool moist air as you stroll through 1000-year-old trees towering 260 feet tall. Experience the awe and wonder as you are treated through Northern California’s signature fog while you wander in and out of the Mother Nature’s redwood alleyways.The canopy of coastal redwoods soaring above will stimulate all of your senses as you journey through a piece of ancient California history. You will never forget the crisp fresh redwood fragrance that will surround you on your journey to the majestic Muir Woods National Monument. Entrance fee into Muir Woods included in the tour.Next
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Sausalito Food and Wine Tour
"All food and wine is included depending on which option you select. Stay in each location 10-30 minutes depending on the presentation.Highlights of the 3.5 hour Sausalito Food and Wine Tour include:Visiting up to seven top restaurants the bridges and beyond. Compelling photo opportunities Meander Bridgeway and enjoy tidbits of food wine and history. Let knowledgeable “gourmet guides” show you where to eat when in Sausalito. Participating tour partners include:The Trident Copita Sushi Ran Poggio Madrigal Family Winery < come explore magical Sausalito as only an insider could show you. You have the option to purchase ferry tickets from San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf for your convenience when purchasing your ticket today.""""Come on the all new Sausalito Food and Wine Tour a culinary experience of Sausalito's downtown village with colorful
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San Francisco City Insider Tour with Optional Bay Cruise and Ferry to Sausalito
"You’ll be picked up from your downtown or Fisherman’s Wharf hotel in San Francisco and taken on a 4- to 5-hour city tour aboard a comfortable minivan. Your guide will show you must-see attractions such as Union Square Chinatown Haight-Ashbury Twin Peaks and North Beach and will also take you to off the beaten path places offering you a unique experience of the city from a local’s perspective. Your tour is semi-customizable so you can request places you’d like to see. Simply let your guide know which attractions you'd like to stop at to enjoy photo opportunities. If option selected
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Scoma's Tips (12)


Scomas's is one of our favorite seafood restaurants and one we try to take any of our friends to on their visit to SF. In 1965, brothers Al and Joseph Scoma took over a six-table coffee shop for...
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Mar 26, 2005


A poplular place with tourist since it is on Fisherman's Wharf. The prices are pretty high, about $30 for the main course. Don't go on a busy night or you will have to wait outside in the cold for...
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Sep 12, 2004


To be truthful I did not like the food. I had salmon and found it to be dry with no flavor. One other visit for lunch I had a shrimp salad and found sand in the salad.It is outrageously over...
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Jan 26, 2005


if you're at fisherman's wharf, there's nothing like ducking into this warm cozy space and breathing in the warm garlicky aromas of the italian fare at scoma's. they're at the end of pier 47 with...
Jan 11, 2006


Scoma's is a fairly well known seafood restaurant, with a location in Fisherman's Wharf and another just across the bay in Sausalito. It is a casual restaurant that draws large crowds, eager to...
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Jul 08, 2005

Scoma's Restaurant

This is the place for you if you like to be treated like royalty. Everything about this restaurant is amazing. The seafood is the freshest seafood that we have ever had the pleasure of consuming. The...
Oct 15, 2003


There is a Scoma's on Fisherman's Wharf as well as one on a pier in Sausalito. This must be my mother's most favorite restaurant because it is mentioned each time that San Francisco is discussed....
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Jan 21, 2005

Too many to mention. I have...

Too many to mention. I have almost never had a bad meal in San Francisco. Eat anywhere in the North Beach neighborhood for fine Italian food. If you find yourself in Fishermans Wharf try Scouma's....
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Aug 25, 2002

My favorite restaurant to dine...

My favorite restaurant to dine during lunch or dinner would be at Scomas, located in the Fisherman's Warf area off of Pier 47.Price Range- $45-$65 per person Specialty Item-Lobster Tail and Filet...
Aug 25, 2002


We chose to have brunch at Scoma’s. just because I thought it looked so pretty sitting on the water like that. Inside, the ambience was that of old-time charm. The view of the SF skyline from our...
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Feb 15, 2007


Even though a SF tradition, this place is so well known/advertised that it's just too crowded. You're not considered a valuable customer. Food is good, by pricey. Other places in the area give you...
Aug 06, 2007


On a pier over the water at Fisherman's Wharf. The food is just outrageous. I have never had a bad dish here. Mahi-Mahi
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Aug 25, 2002
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Getting to Scoma's


Pier 47, Al Scoma Way, San Francisco, CA 94133


  • Sunday 11:30 to 22:30
  • Monday 11:30 to 22:30
  • Tuesday 11:30 to 22:30
  • Wednesday 11:30 to 22:30
  • Thursday 11:30 to 22:30
  • Friday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Saturday 11:30 to 23:00