Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market, San Francisco

If you haven’t figured it out, I am a planner.  So, when it’s time for us to plan a vacation, I am all about the research and finding the “best” things to do, places to go, tips and tricks of the the locals.  While researching San Francisco, I came across the Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market, and I knew it was something I wanted to visit!  As it turned out (no small coincidence, of course), our hotel was just several short blocks away from the Ferry Building, and we arrived hungry, so after checking into our hotel, we headed to the market right off.

I was blown away by the massiveness of this market!  It went completely around, through, and behind the building, and then went on for several more blocks.  Our main objective was to find lunch, but oh the things we had to pass by…

Fruits…

Veggies…

Pastas…

Cheeses…

And lots more…

That doesn’t even cover all the hot food vendors!  There were all sorts.  We ended up eating some yummy hamburgers made from grass-fed beef.  Mine had cheese and bacon, and was WAY yummy.  Kevin’s burger was topped with ham and eggs, and he enjoyed it as well.  Of course, if I had thought better, I would have taken a picture, but by that point, we had been awake about 10 hours and had not yet eaten, so we pretty much wolfed them down.  Here’s a picture I snagged from their website:

(Website)

The walk through the market was lovely, and my only regret was that I didn’t have a local kitchen so I could take some of these yummy goodies home with me.  So, we window shopped.  Which Papa Tutu’s pocketbook enjoyed.

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A Christian wife, mother, daughter, former educator, photographer, amateur chef, pretend gardener, alto 🎶, book nerd, cancer-survivor and laundry-hater.

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