Came on a Tuesday, place was packed waiting about 20 minutes. Staff was very friendly and efficient. They recommended dishes. Today happened to be happy hour special for oysters @1/each. We also ordered Lobster rolls...amazing!!!
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Last night in San Francisco for our anniversary and wanted some good seafood in a relaxing setting. This did not disappoint. The food is really good and very reasonable, especially for SF. The wife had the shrimp and avocado sandwich and I had the cioppino...More
This unassuming local joint has fantastic and affordable local cuisine (seafood)! They didn't seem like they often entertained tourists but the food was great and nice to dine with locals. I would strongly recommend, as the seafood food was fantastic.
Fish and seafood, always fresh and reasonably priced. Oysters, crab (in season), daily fish specials are all great. Efficient and friendly service make for a pleasant visit. No reservations, so depending on time / day you could wait a while. The cioppino is a terriffic...More
I just love the atmosphere and casual friendly service in this pearl of a small seafood restaurant. No booking necessary (or even possible), just turn up and they'll find you a table, worth a wait too if none are available but I'd advise you go...More
With a few hours to kill, I stepped into the Market St location for a bite. This location is pretty small, seating no more than 30 at a time would be my guess. That was not a problem as I was dining around 11am on...More
My wife and I were wandering through the Castro and came across the Woodhouse Fish Company. The small restaurant was packed inside and had a cozy feel so we stopped in for lunch. Our waitress Michelle was delightful - and our meals were fabulous. My...More
After I found out Fishermen's Grotto closed, I lamented, "Where will I get my Crab Louis sammie now?" Didn't take me long to find this spot on Trip Advisor. My vacay was saved! The Green Dots don't lie! I told my friends that we would...More
Two of us had dinner on November 20. We started with a dozen oysters on the half shell. Six from Washington state and six from New York. Washington oysters were smaller and a little bit salter. Being from Texas we both preferred the New York,...More