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Seafood: What began in 1965 as a small coffee shop has evolved into an oft-frequented, family-run restaurant. It's also the only place amid Fisherman's Wharf's touristy eateries that locals recommend for quality of food and generous portions. Celebrity photos grant silent, smiling endorsements, and broad windows showcase wharf and Bay vistas. The lengthy menu tempts with Italian-accented seafood, including pastas, grilled fish, shellfish and a fabulous cioppino alla pescatore with Dungeness crab. If a ride across the Bay and a snootful of fresh, salty air will get your appetite ready for seafood, then grab a spot on the ferry and grab a table at their Sausalito location.

Restaurants with Views: What began in 1965 as a small coffee shop has evolved into an oft-frequented, family-run restaurant. It's also the only place amid Fisherman's Wharf's touristy eateries that locals recommend for quality of food and generous portions. Celebrity photos grant silent, smiling endorsement, and broad windows showcase wharf and Bay vistas. The lengthy menu tempts with Italian-accented seafood, including pastas, grilled fish, shellfish saut--s and a fabulous cioppino alla pescatore with Dungeness crab.There's also a Scoma's in Sausalito, just a quick ferry ride across the bay, which is on a dock overlooking the water and offers spectacular views of San Francisco.

Waterfront Dining: It's not hard to see why Scoma's is a classic San Francisco favorite. Located on Fisherman's Wharf, the family-run eatery boasts broad windows with sweeping views of the wharf and the bay. The extensive menu tempts with fresh, sustainable seafood, all served in generous portions. Patron favorites include the clam chowder, Dungeness crab cakes and hearty cioppino alla pescatore. Be sure to save room for house-made desserts like tiramisu and apple crisp. For those who would like a trip across the Golden Gate Bridge - arguably the best view of everything the Bay has to offer - there's a Scoma's in Sausalito, too.

Lunch: What began in 1965 as a small coffee shop has evolved into an oft-frequented, family-run restaurant. It's also the only place amid Fisherman's Wharf's touristy eateries that locals recommend for quality of food and generous portions. Celebrity photos grant silent, smiling endorsement, and broad windows showcase wharf and Bay vistas. The lengthy menu tempts with Italian-accented seafood, including pastas, grilled fish, shellfish sautés and a fabulous cioppino alla pescatore with Dungeness crab.

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Local Expert Tom Molanphy Says:

Seafood: "If you're up for a beautiful Ferry ride, Scoma's in Sausalito is worth the trip, too."

Restaurants with Views: "You've got to try the cioppino, which was created in San Francisco."

Waterfront Dining: "Classic San Francisco - hard to beat."

Best for Seafood Because: Scoma keeps getting more popular but the quality of the seafood and staff service never seems to suffer.

Best for Restaurants with Views Because: This family restaurant has been around since the mid60's and is incredibly consistent with the quality of its seafood.

Best for Waterfront Dining Because: Scoma's is full of not just delicious food but an experienced and trained staff with great tips for tourists.

Main Menu

Cold Starters
Hot Starters
Salads
Seasonal & Local Favorites
Scoma's Classics
Pastas
Fish, Shellfish & Steaks
Lunch & Sandwich Specials
Bottled Beers
Specialty Cocktails
Premium Crafted Cocktails
Sparkling
Whites & Rose on Tap
Reds on Tap

Bar Menu

Bar

Dessert

Dessert

Kids

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