I don’t know about you but I am a sucker for Farmer’s Markets! One that is nestled in an urban jungle really wins me over. San Fran’s Ferry Building Marketplace & Farmer’s Market is my absolute FAVORITE!
Let’s cut to the chase… If you’re planning a trip to San Fran, you MUST visit the Ferry Building Farmer’s Market.
The Indoor Marketplace is open everyday with great vendors like Blue Bottle, Biscuit Bender, Bocco, etc… and the local farmers descend on SF Saturdays, Tuesday & Thursdays.
[8am-2pm Saturday & 10-2pm Tues/Thurs]
Swoon over the fruits and vegetables, taste the honey, gawk at the flowers, but whatever you do: EAT THE CHILAQUILES AT PRIMAVERA.
This is your one mission.
Not sure where to find them in the sea of white tents? Just look for the tent with the longest line and you’ll know you’ve found it!
Worth every second of your wait, Primavera is a Sonoma-born, organic, Mexican cuisine gift to the world! Stoneground corn tortillas, handmade tamales and delicious salsas are their speciality and their products are sold in nearly 300 stores! Expect only fresh ingredients (after all Primavera does mean “the season of spring!”)
The free views of the skyline, Alcatraz and the Ferry port make the Primavera chilaquiles my favorite budget friendly meal in San Fran! Give it a try and see for yourself!
If you’re day tripping to Sonoma pay a visit to their newest restaurant: El Molino Central for some Mexican that will leave you raving.
More info at: http://www.primaveratamales.com
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