Boudin Bakery Café Baker's Hall

Row 1

160 Jefferson St. (at Taylor St.)
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 928-1849
Bakery, Café
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 8:00 AM–9:30 PM Fri–Sat: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try the Clam Chowder in Bread Bowl
  • Boudin Bakery's sourdough strain has been alive since the Gold Rush1849! You can learn how to make your own sourdough from a recipe on our Science of Cooking site attached!
  • Turtle Bread :)
  • Frommers recommends heading upstairs for the free museum that explains the symbiotic relationship between San Francisco and the sourdough loaf.
  • Try to get the employees to wave at you through the window.
  • Sper rico todo! Uff :)
  • Sourdough animals
  • The crab and corn bisque in the bread bowl is awesome and so delicious. The tour is free if you eat upstairs in the restaurant.
  • Eat a creepy sourdough animal
  • Nice clean bathroom if you sneak into the restaurant upstairs. It's all the way back on the left. Skip the lines and grime at the public ones outside!
  • Clamor chowder in a bread bowl! Nham
  • The best Clam chowder bowl in Fisherman's wharf. Their service is great and their food is too. The large breadbowl feeds two people easily and the petite is perfect for one person.
  • Awesome bread.
  • Share a clam chowder and a grilled cheese if you want to enjoy your life.
  • All soups are amazing! But you also should try the tuna fish sandwish and the spring salad! Awesome! The service is great as well! The manager Gelcy is really friendly!
  • Clam chowder in a bread bowl is a must have meal while in SF. The best!
  • They have different shapes and sizes of the fresh baked bread. The smell of the bread is magical inside the store.
  • Awesome turtle shaped baby size loaves of sourdough
  • Try the Clam Chowder Bread Bowl - Mmmm the classic
  • Best sourdough? Period? You are kidding me, right? Obviously, this was posted by a tourist. For the best French bread, go to Tartine.