The Franciscan Crab Restaurant at Fisherman’s Wharf
During two big events in San Francisco, the Winter Fancy Food Show and the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game, we had a chance to check out one of the best seafood restaurants in The City, the Franciscan Crab Restaurant.
At our table, guests had the clam chowder in a sourdough bread bowl, oysters on the half shell, the iron skillet combo (with shrimp, mussels, and crab), seafood cioppino, and an olive oil oven poached sea bass. Everyone loved their meal.
If you’re planning a trip to the Fisherman’s Wharf while in San Francisco, we highly recommend the Franciscan. Seafood favorites like Seafood Antipasto, Steamed Mussels, Crispy Crabcakes, Fresh Oysters, and Dungeness Crab is what you’ll find on the menu. You will also find freshly made Salumi and Burrata.
The Franciscan, open since 1957, is a unique building that offers incredible views of San Francisco Bay. While dining, you can see the awesome city skyline, Historic Fisherman’s Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz. Recently remodeled, you will find the Franciscan a joy to visit. Visitors, both near and far, continue to make the Franciscan restaurant THE spot to dine while visiting the wharf.
About The Franciscan Crab Restaurant
If the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area is part of your itinerary, include a visit to Fisherman’s Wharf, famous for seafood dining. The Franciscan Crab Restaurant offers superb panoramic seafood dining. Enjoy seafood favorites Dungeness Crab, Crispy Crabcakes, Seafood Antipasto, fresh oysters, and steamed mussels. The Franciscan Crab Restaurant also features freshly made burrata and salumi.
High ceilings and twenty foot windows, offer unforgettable views of San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Bridge, San Francisco’s spectacular skyline, Alcatraz and of course, historic Fisherman’s Wharf. Built-in the late 1950s and recently remodeled, the Franciscan restaurant has been a long-standing part of San Francisco seafood dining and Fisherman’s Wharf’s landscape. Countless visitors, both native and from afar, have made the Franciscan restaurant a local tradition in seafood dining on the wharf.
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