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Bistro Boudin

by Joan Simon

160 Jefferson Street (off Taylor near
Fisherman's Wharf )
(415) 928-1849

Cuisine: American

Pluses: Demonstration bakery and small museum provides entertainment for all ages.  Intimate private party room is quite elegant and warm. Great view of Alcatraz and the Bay.

Don't Miss: Stone Hearth Pizzas, Boudin Sour Dough Bread Bowl Served With Caesar Salad & Chowder, Anchor Steam Battered Fish And Chips, Roasted Wild King Salmon With Vegetable Fricasse   

Prices: Moderate

Overview: Open for Lunch and Dinner daily
Reservations accepted
Credit cards accepted
Parking lot outside
Completely non smoking
Wheelchair accessible via elevator

Boudin is a name synonymous with San Francisco sourdough and they now go one step beyond their popular bakeries  to offer a full service restaurant and bar with a menu  influenced by the abundance of seasonally fresh foods from the Bay Area.

Housed in a sleek new building in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf, Bistro Boudin  is filling a long needed area niche for contemporary American style that can appeal to both locals and tourists. Upscale, but casual it’s the perfect spot to bring out of town guests to enjoy a leisurely meal with spectacular views of the waterfront while partaking of the sophisticated fare that has made San Francisco a culinary hot spot. 


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