Scoma's Best Seafood Restaurant San Francisco CA
From the beginning, the Scoma Family forged
relationships with the fishermen who defined the wharf. They tirelessly
renovated Pier 47 to fit the needs of a local fishermen who wanted to sell
their daily catch directly to the family, rather than to large wholesalers. A
fish receiving station was built on Scoma’s pier, where you can still watch
boats drop off their catch as they arrive each morning from the Pacific
Scoma's, located perfectly on the San Francisco Bay, is one of the most iconic restaurants in the city, having opened in 1965. Since then, the restaurant has provided the freshest, most sustainable and delicious local seafood to locals and visitors alike. Priding itself on its "Pier To Plate" menu, Scoma's owners, chefs and management pride themselves on their deep relationships with the local fishing community where they source most of their seafood. Guests can even watch the fishing boats pull up to the restaurant's own fish receiving station and get a glimpse of that day's catch before it is artfully served on their plate. Some classic favorites include the "Lazy Man's" Cioppino, Fresh Dungeness Crab, World Famous Clam Chowder, Prawns Annuzzi, and a wide variety of pastas and seasonal selections. Scoma's also offers a full bar with a fantastic craft cocktail program and an extensive local beer award-winning wine list for those looking to relax and imbibe while watching the sun set over the water. Please call us if you need any assistance with directions or anything else. We hope to see you at Scoma's soon!
In 1965 when brothers Al and Joe Scoma heard about a small coffee shop on the Wharf that was for sale, little did they know they were on the road to creating a landmark restaurant. The brothers bought the tiny, six-stool coffee shop on Pier 47 that served local fishermen breakfast and burgers and began the long and ultimately successful process of turning the hidden local hang-out into one of the nation’s highest grossing independent restaurants.