Classic San Francisco restaurant offering “Pier to Plate” seafood since 1965
Scoma’s serves Pacific seafood that’s as fresh as it gets — caught on small boats, brought to the pier by local fishermen. Plus local produce and beer. Wine and craft cocktails. Nightly dinner plus late week & weekend lunch.
Known for their old-school, Italian-influenced fare, this seasoned institution boasts beautiful waterfront views. Popular dishes include local Dungeness crab, “Lazy Man’s Cioppino,” clam chowder, and daily fish catches.
Market offers plenty of take home options. Outdoor dining available on the waterfront.
What to Order:
Look for in-season Dungeness crab, seasonal salads and vegetables, and wild Salmon. Cioppino is a classic for those who love shellfish, bivalves, & fresh fish.