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.
Hey SF, can you be any prettier?
Inside the Ferry Building marketplace you can find different types of stalls…one of the stores specializes in an assortment of mushrooms.
We then checked out Humphry Slocombe…an ice cream shop specializing in unusual flavors and combinations!
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….
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.
🙂 Until next time.
Ferry Building Marketplace | Ferry Building Marketplace, One Ferry Building, San Francisco, California, 94111 | (415) 983-8030 |
Lots of <3, Jess