“Italian Seafood on Fisherman's Wharf”
Cioppino is a lusty and flavorful seafood soup which is uniquely San Franciscan. The origin of both the dish and the name came from the Italian fishermen in the early 1900's, when Fisherman's Wharf was still called Meigg's Wharf. Someone would make the rounds of the moored fishing boats, calling out for for contributions to a common, festive stew. One fisherman would toss a nice, fat fish into the bucket, another would drop in a succulent Dungeness crab, another some herbs and vegetables.
Food was excellent and service was too. I recommend this place for sure.
***The kiddo loved her plate!
For it being being Christmas Day the service was great! Clam chowder bread bowel was the best we've had. The kiddo loved. Portions are huge so bring your appetite and enjoy it!
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