San Francisco's favorite seafood restaurant

Tarantino’s, located at Fisherman’s Wharf, has been serving the best seafood since 1946. It is family owned and operated with several loyal regulars. All of their fresh fish and live Dungeness crab comes from the end of the pier on which they are located. This seafood restaurant is loved by all.

While at Tarantino’s, you will enjoy the view of the harbor from their dining room, along with the superb cuisine. Menu items include Boston clam chowder, Mahi-Mahi with fresh mango salsa, pastas and other fine seafood offerings. Sidewalk dining is available, along with Tarantino’s own crab stand. Start off your meal the right way with fresh sourdough bread and a California wine selection.

Tarantino's
206 Jefferson Street San Francisco, CA, San Francisco

Area: Chinatown & North Beach

Phone: 415-775-5600

Website: www.tarantinosrestaurant.com/

Open Hours: Open 7 Days a week Friday & Saturday 11 AM - 11 PM, Sunday - Thursday 11 AM - 10 PM

Cuisine type: Local, Seafood

Price: Affordable Fine Dining


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