The Ferry Plaza has beautiful views, you can walk along The Embarcadero and soak up the salt air and views. It has is a one-stop treasure of Food, Wine, Appetizers, Tastes, My Favorite Ice Cream, Bread that entices and lovely restaurants and shops.
Our annual Slow Food SF benefit Food From the Heart event will kick off Friday, February 10th, at 5pm and the marketplace will stay open until 7:30pm. Our merchants will offer hors d’oeuvres for $2-6 each, and local Napa Valley Vintners will pour wine for $4 per taste.
Saturday, February 18th, noon, Charles Phan, Executive Chef and Owner of the Slanted Door, will present a cooking demo featuring the seasonal bounty of the farmers market. The CUESA Classroom is under the white tents in front of the Ferry Building.
In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Acme Bread is pleased to offer rosemary hearts. Each heart is 5 oz of soft-crusted rosemary bread – the perfect size to share with your sweetie, and as tender as your mutual affection. Hearts will be available from Friday, February 10th through the 14th.
We LOVE Beekind. In an age of clean eating, finding the rare and hard to get honey is today’s challenge. Beekind’s Honey kiosk is a great source for special and varietal honeys. Check out the Coffee Blossom Honey and beekind’s San Mateo Wildflower.
Book Passage commemorates Black History Month with inspiring biographies, histories, and books on social activism and justice, for all ages. Don’t see a title you’ve heard about? Special order for delivery within a few days.
Fort Point Beer Company brings San Francisco Beer Week to the Ferry Building with events and featured products! Like Fort Point/Humphry Slocombe Happy Hour Friday, February 17, 4pm-6pm!
Ferry Building neighbors and long-time friends Recchiuti Confections and Humphry Slocombe have teamed up to create February’s Flavor of the Month, Recchiuti Caramel Crunch! Ohh…. heart be still, this is a great “collaboration”!
Of course the Ferry Building is a transit hub…. get maps, tourist information, catch the ferry…..
Not only have new Rickshaw totes arrived at Bay Crossings, but also starting in February, Bay Crossings will start selling BART passes, along with their normal Clipper and SF Ferry services, and maps and cards and cloth bags and books on the area.
Whatever you delight in…. you can find it here. Let’s celebrate Valentine’s Day and share some love, food, and happy times.