Strolling through Ferry Building in SF!

The Ferry Building in San Francisco has beauty, charm and a ton of history. The Ferry Building was built by American architect A. Page Brown in 1898. At the time, it was the largest project undertaken in the city. Brown designed a beautiful 245-foot-tall clock tower modeled after the 12th-century Giralda bell tower in Seville, Spain as the center focal point of the building. The Ferry Building was a gleaming terminal for travelers, residents and tourists. Today the Ferry Building Marketplace houses numerous food stalls, markets and restaurants! Great place to check out when you’re visiting SF.

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Hey SF, can you be any prettier?

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Inside the Ferry Building marketplace you can find different types of stalls…one of the stores specializes in an assortment of mushrooms.

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We then checked out Humphry Slocombe…an ice cream shop specializing in unusual flavors and combinations!

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I went with a single scoop of Princess Project Pink lemonade! I was still pretty full from lunch…and look at that LINE! Right across was….

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BLUE BOTTLE! I had to try Blue Bottle Coffee!!! I heard a lot about Blue Bottle and Philz Coffee (I had Philz every day this time in SF..that mint mojito, but more on that next time!) I ordered an iced coffee and was it strong….much stronger than I’m used to! It definitely packed a punch.

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🙂 Until next time.

Ferry Building MarketplaceFerry Building Marketplace, One Ferry Building, San Francisco, California, 94111 | (415) 983-8030 |

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Lots of <3, Jess