1965 Al Scoma Way San FranciscoCA94133

Open Map


Scoma's is a San Francisco icon and the only restaurant located in Fisherman's Wharf with a working 46 foot fishing boat.
by merchantcircle on March 31, 2022 from merchantcircle


Parking: Don't sweat the cramped parking situation: Free valet service is available for patrons in front of the restaurant.
by ezlocal on March 15, 2017 from ezlocal
Save Money: A prix fixe option, including a Caesar salad or clam chowder, a choice of six entrees and the chef's dessert pick, is available daily until 3:30pm.
by ezlocal on March 15, 2017 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

Locals and tourists alike laud these "old-school" "family favorites" that "keep the quality up" via "top-notch" Italian-style seafood, from "wonderful crab" to "must"-try cioppino; a few say it's "not what it used to be", but the "seasoned" staff and "beautiful" waterfront views still make for "a true San Fran tradition" by most standards.
by zagat on November 11, 2015 from zagat
Scoma's Restaurant Review:
When the Scoma brothers took over a six-table coffee shop for fishermen down an alley on Pier 47, central Wharf restaurateurs laughed. Forty years later, no one is laughing. A number of things set Scoma's apart, starting with freshness --- it is the only restaurant in San Francisco with a commercial license to buy right off the boats. Also key is chef Steve Scarabosio, who, over 20-plus years,...
by gayot on November 03, 2011 from gayot
San Francisco waterfront institution serves freshly caught, local seafood and choice meats to a tourist-heavy crowd.:
In Short
For more than four decades, this family-owned and operated seafood restaurant has been serving fresh fish, pasta and steaks prepared with Mama Scoma's recipes at its Pier 47...
by by Gina Goff at Citysearch on July 05, 2005 from Citysearch

Information from the business

Scoma's is 45 years of Seafood tradition
by Citysearch on March 19, 2017 from Citysearch