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The rooftop garden in the Crocker Galleria is one of many POPOS (Privately Owned Public Open Spaces) in San Francisco and a must see because of a little known secret......
There are two sun terraces one accesses from the easterly side of the Galleria’s top...More
When this small mall first opened, I thought the architecture was interesting, but now not so much. It has never really taken off and always has a couple of empty store fronts. Some nice cafe seating on the ground level. Popular at lunch time.
This farmer market was just a block away from my hotel (Galleria park). They were offering very fresh fruits and awesome confectionary. I have experienced great cheesecake and small fruit pies there. don't miss it!
While strolling along the streets of San Francisco, we came upon the Crocker Galleria. This is a stunning glass pavilion soaring three levels high. It is a semi-indoor mall full of specialty shops and services. There is a whole level of restaurants serving a vast...More
The Crocker Galleria is closed on the weekends. But on weekdays, it's great place for shopping and eating out. There are a number of eateries to choose from. For some yummy pastries and good cakes, I recommend the Andersen Bakery on the 1st floor. My...More
The Crocker Galleria is just off Market Street in the Financial District. The little business center has shops and restaurants with indoor and outdoor seating. Should you be so adventurous, you can take your lunch up to the Roof Garden. The Roof Garden has many...More
We went again to the farmers market at Crocker Galleria. There were a lot of very good quality vegetables, breads, nuts, and other things for sell. We also visited the food court area, which was busy as we were there around noon.
I work near here - looking out of my office window upon it right now...
One block long - connects Post to Sutter - and narrow. Mixture of retail at varying price points, couple of service firms, and sort of a food-court feel to the...More
This is a wonderful building but i found it just far to busy. The main problem was that the walkways that are around the central opening are fairly narrow plus most of the shops have tables and chairs on these walkways. As we had a...More
The Financial District lies just east of Chinatown but can seem a world apart given it’s San Francisco’s version of Wall Street. The rush of business people make up a hectic weekday and add to a frenetic pace of life, but visitors who spend a few hours walking the narrow streets will be rewarded with fine examples of historic and contemporary architecture, including the iconic Transamerica Pyramid. After business hours,
bars and restaurants quickly fill up with happy hour revelers. Stocks aren’t the only kind of market being followed, the Ferry Building Marketplace on the Embarcadero is a gourmet food emporium and farmers market that will satisfy anyone working up an appetite.