Gold in peace, iron in...SAN FRANCISCO (Oro en paz, hierro en San Francisco)...

I love looking at real estate properties in cities that I can never afford, and one of those cities is San Francisco. I would love to explore the neighborhoods in San Fran and pretend what my lifestyle would be, if by some stroke of luck, I got to live there. This $19 million-dollar home for sale via Nina Hatvany, Compass on Sotheby's Realty made my daydream list. It is very close to some unbeatable views of the Fishermans Wharf, plus you can see a mountain ridge.


$19M House for Sale on Larkin Street in San Francisco

This house on Larkin St is adjacent to Chestnut and Hyde streets, which are accessible to the Powell & Hyde Trolley. It’s located in the Russian Hill area, which is close to the touristy part of town near North Point. This area is where locals and tourists love to shop and eat. I found 7 curious things to do near Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco that I am going to put on my sightseeing list!

Fisherman's Wharf



1 . San Francisco Maritime Historical Park

Located in Fishermans Wharf on the edge of the San Francisco Bay

SF Maritime Historical Park
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"The Park includes a magnificent fleet of historic ships, a Visitor Center, Maritime Museum, Maritime Research Center, and Aquatic Park Historic District." -

2 . Ghirardelli Chocolate Experience

900 North Point St F301

Reesha Cosby
Reesha Cosby
Ghiradelli Chocolate Experience in San Francisco
Ghiradelli Chocolate Experience by owner Marc Becker via Google Maps

Get yourself or a loved one some chocolate gifts and souvenirs from the chocolatier company that got its start right here in California. After you get your treats, make sure you gawk at the giant Ghirardelli sign that still lights up at night some 100 years later.

3 . Capurro’s Restaurant 

498 Jefferson St

Capurro's Italian Restaurant in San Francisco
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Enjoy delicious Italian seafood food made the traditional Sicilian way! This family restaurant has ties to Italian immigrant families who banded together over 100 years ago and gained enough power and resources to control seafood production for the entire West Coast. 


4 . Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Parlor

496 Jefferson St

Ben and Jerry's San Francisco
Google Maps
Ben and Jerry's on Jefferson St in San Francisco
Ben & Jerry's via Google Maps


5 . Bike Rentals

1772 Lombard St

Bike and View Rentals on Lombard Street
Bike & View Rentals via Google Maps

If you would rather see the sights at your own pace and away from packed trolley seats, try a bike rental, like this one from Bike & View on Lombard St. You could even ride your bike over to the Golden Gate Bridge.


6 . Cobb’s Comedy Club

915 Columbus Ave

Cobb's Comedy Club San Francisco
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Cobb's Comedy Club in San Francisco
Cobb's Comedy Club via Google Maps

Prepare for dinner, drinks, and some laughs for yourself and up to 399 other comedy enthusiasts in this club. The types of comedians (and podcasting tapings) who appear here are those on their way to being recognized nationally.


7 . In N Out Burger

333 Jefferson St

In-n-Out Burger on Jefferson St in San Francisco
Google Maps

You can’t come all this way to San Francisco without getting an Animal Style burger on Jefferson Street!


Whatever you choose to do, I hope you have fun on your next visit to Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco!


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