Food and Beverage
Close your eyes. You're in a San Francisco restaurant. Perhaps it's Father's Day. And you smell that unmistakable, simmering braised fennel stew piled high with dungeness crab, clams, mussels, snapper, calamari, shrimp, and tomatoes.
It could only be cioppino, that most San Francisco of dishes, and you could only be at Cioppino's, in Fisherman's Wharf, serving its namesake to perfection yet again. The fish is fresh, flavorful, and fragrant, and the combination of it all is somehow both delicate and powerfully delicious. Use this deal to double your money at this iconic San Francisco restaurant, specializing in this iconic San Francisco dish. Of course, the rest of the menu is a food-lover's fantasy, a scrumptious list of rustic Italian pastas, pizzas, and seafood dishes.
They do it right: hook, line, and sinker.
Cioppino's is third generation native San Franciscans who take great pride in both our city and our restaurant. The only difference between them and many of the other family-run restaurants at Fisherman's Wharf is that their family name is not Cioppino. They would have used their family name, but it simply does not look good in lights. So they settled on Cioppino's, which is what they do best. Cioppino is a lusty and flavorful seafood soup which is uniquely San Franciscan.