It won’t surprise you to know my favorite Saturday morning activity in San Francisco, if I can get out of bed and into the city early enough, is wandering the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Because: FOOD.
The Saturday market is the largest I’ve been to in the Bay Area. There is an ample selection of fresh produce, freshly baked goods ((such as a DONUT MUFFIN)), hot & cold beverages, flowers, dairy, meats, you name it. There are also several grab and go food stalls, where you can get items like a bagel, chicken sandwich, oysters. Here is a link to the list of Saturday vendors.
On any given day, the Ferry Building is a food haven with permanent vendors such as Cowgirl Creamery, Gott’s, Stonehouse Oils and Acme Bread just to name a few. Each of these vendors’ delicious offerings are reason enough to visit, but Saturday mornings take it to a new level. I could spend hours perusing and tasting. This place brings such a smile to my face and a fullness to my tummy.
Ultimately, I think the photos tell the story of a morning at this market much better than I can in words. Enjoy!