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Taste of San Francisco & Macy's

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From sourdough bread to Ghirardelli Chocolate, the unique treats of San Francisco are the menu for this Food Lover's package. Tour and taste, nibble and nosh on your own schedule but don't miss the Saturday Farmer's Market and Walking Tour of the Ferry Building Marketplace.

Boudin at the Wharf: Museum & Bakery Tour with samples! Before Fisherman's Wharf was even on the map, the Boudin French Bakery was making bread for San Franciscans. Through a compelling array of historic photos, artifacts, and interactive exhibits, you will discover the history of Boudin, the events and personalities surrounding its origins, and the art and science behind their original San Francisco Sourdough. When Boudin's first demonstration bakery opened on Fisherman's Wharf more than 30 years ago, visitors lined up to watch the bakers at work, then bought sourdough loaves hot out of the oven. Now Boudin Bakery at the Wharf includes a 30-foot observation window along Jefferson Street, and a glass-walled catwalk suspended directly over the action. Watch as the flour is pumped at high velocity from the on-site silo directly into the mixer, and as the dough is tossed from the mezzanine to the ground floor, where it is hand-finished and baked into nearly 10,000 loaves of fresh sourdough, French, and European hearth breads every day. Daily self-guided tours.

Ghirardelli Square - Coated in tradition and history, Ghirardelli Square is one of San Francisco's most treasured landmarks. The story of the City is played out in the Square's history, home to some of the finest views, galleries, boutiques, culinary treats and special events that San Francisco has to offer. Follow your nose to Ghirardelli Chocolate and enjoy 10% off any Ghirardelli Chocolate purchases at Ghirardelli Square or Union Square. A sweet deal!

The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is a popular stop for locals and visitors. Each Saturdays, thousands of faithful shoppers attend the market as it reconnects them with their food sources, providing a forum for learning how food is grown, who grew it, and why it tastes so good. Enjoy weekly cooking demonstrations and interviews with farmers in the open-air Arcades along the front of the building. Ferry Building/Farmers Market, escorted Walking Tour. Experience the results of a multi-million-dollar renovation and a new culinary epicenter featuring gourmet foods, artisan cheeses, fine wines, great restaurants and foodie essentials. 45-minute guided tour. Saturdays, 12 noon, Meet at Ferry Building, Main Entrance.

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