Best Bites of San Francisco: Fog Harbor Fish House

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Located right at the entrance to Pier 39, Fog Harbor Fish House is a place you must stop in and check out!  Walking into this place it was packed so it would be a good idea to make a reservation.  We went on a Thursday evening and there was not an empty seat to be seen! Amazing waterfront views await you, and fingers crossed you are lucky enough to get a window table to watch the sun slowly sink below the horizon. We settled into our seats to start thinking about what we wanted to eat and found that they provide complimentary sourdough bread for guests that is baked fresh onsite every 30 minutes.  Yum!

Appetizers

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The first appetizer that caught our attention was the Blue Cheese Garlic Bread. Can you say wow? We love garlic bread and never thought about blue cheese as a topping! It was flavorful and slightly browned on top with the crunchy french bread. SO good! The other appetizer that we order was a classic…Crispy Calamari. Calmari is a funny dish…it is so easy to overcook it, but we were very pleased to find that it was cooked perfectly! Amazing breading coated the outside

ENTREES

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On recommendation we ordered the Garlic Roasted Dungeness Crab and the Seafood Platter.  Let me star by mentioning that all of the seafood served at Fog Harbor is sustainable seafood.  This means that all of the seafood was farmed or caught in a ways that help ensure the longevity of the species and the well being of the ocean.  The Garlic Roasted Dungeness Card was enormous, steaming hot and delicious!  On the side it had broccoli and fingerling potatoes.  The seafood platter was just as good and featured 1/2 crab, mussels, clams, shrimp and fingerling potatoes all drenched in butter garlic and herbs.

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During dinner we had spectacular views of the harbor, Alcatraz and this gorgeous sunset. We could see some birds flying by and boats coming in before it got dark. Heading out of the restaurant decided to go for a walk down Pier 39 and see the lights and sites that this tourist attraction had to offer! After walking around Pier 39, we decided to had home on the Powell Mason trolley line using our San Francisco CityPass Card.

LOOKING FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FOG HARBOR FISH HOUSE OR INTERESTED IN MAKING A RESERVATION? YOU CAN FIND THEM AT HTTP://FOGHARBOR.COM/

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  1. That calamari looks heavenly! Everything else looks good too! I will keep this place in mind when we go to SF!

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  2. You had me at blue cheese garlic bread. WOW! Never had that before, and it sounds amazing. Also, the calamari and seafood platter with such amazing views would make this a beautiful place to visit.

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  3. Wow! The food looks totally awesome and I can feel the fish melting in my mouth already. Blue cheese garlic bread, now you got my ears burning. So hope to check this place out when I eventually hit up San Fran. 🙂

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  4. Ok, you had me a blue cheese garlic bread! I love seafood and your photos have my mouth watering. Great to know about their commitment to providing seafood that is sustainably sourced and you can’t beat that view. I won’t hesitate to dine at Fog Harbor when visiting San Francisco.

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  5. I’ve got to confess I’ve never tried Garlic Roasted Dungeness Crab and it’s now on my must-try list! Looks like a tasty meal at the Fog Harbor Fish House – so good to hear its sustainable dining.

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      After we ate there, I learned more about the sustainable seafood practice and it is great to see more and more restaurants getting involved help prevent overfishing of certain sea animals.

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  6. Eating with a view, it’s something I try to do as much as possible. For me eating is about the experience of what and where. Looks like an amazing place. I just love the name of the harbour itself !

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  7. Yum!! All of that food looks amazing! We’ve been to Pier39 but not to Frog Harbor Fish House–I’d love to go sometime. That sunset looks fantastic, too!

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  8. I’ve never thought of putting blue cheese on garlic bread, but what a combination! I love that all of the seafood served at Fog Harbor is sustainable – I really try to support responsible companies where I can, so I would love to visit to eat 🙂

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