Wharf Fest returns to San Francisco’s iconic waterfront neighborhood. For the fourth year in a row, Fisherman’s Wharf invites Bay Area locals to come enjoy the neighborhood after the crowds of visitors have subsided but before the fabulous fall weather fades away. Celebration goers will appreciate a road reasonable, craftsmanship merchants and an assortment of free exercises. At the most delightful piece of the day, the Chowder Competition, 10 distinctive Wharf eateries will fight it out for the title of the Best Chowder at Fisherman's Wharf.
Wharf Fest, San Francisco's most loved free waterfront celebration, returns for the fifth year consecutively on October 20, 2018. The Fisherman's Wharf Community Benefit District is tossing a definitive celebration to observe San Francisco's noteworthy waterfront area. Straight Area local people are welcome to visit the region after the traveler season has finished and before San Francisco's marvelous fall atmosphere blurs away. The current year's celebration will incorporate, for the 6th year, the famous Chowder Competition.
Celebration goers can visit around 50 corners of expressive arts and specialties, refreshment examining, and that's just the beginning. Angler's Wharf cherishes grasping their whacky side and will have ious free Wharf-driven exercises. The celebration happens along the waterfront on the "Little" Embarcadero, between Taylor Street and Powell Street. The celebration disregards the San Francisco Bay, the Pier 43 promenade, and Alcatraz Island.