San Francisco, California
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SAVE THE DATE: Come celebrate the start of crab season with a special crab (and wine & beer) tasting event!
When: December 8th, 2013
Location: The Maritime Museum
Cost: Online sales for this event have now sold out. Select tickets will be avilable at the door on the day of the event for $45. (Ticket includes unlimited crab bites from 8 restaurants and wine and beer tastings).
Proceeds will benefit the San Francisco Maritime National Park Association.
At Fisherman's Wharf, we are very excited to share the most sought-after seafood season in the Bay Area, CRAB! We are celebrating Crab Season by bringing together chef's from some of the top Fisherman's Wharf restaurants who will be sharing their favorite crab dish complimented by local wines and beers. The event also includes sustainable booths, recipe ideas, a free commemorative wine glass and more. Join us in celebrating the holiday season with this tasty crustacean!
Blue Mermaid Chowder House
Fog Harbor Fish House
AND MORE ...
Wine and Beer from:
San Francisco City Cellars
T. W. Pitcher's Snakebite
For parking information: http://visitfishermanswharf.com/parking-add-rv-information/getting-around/parking
There is plently of street parking around the Maritime Museum but remember to pay the meters on Sunday!
Take Uber to the event: First time #Uber users can get $25 on lux transportation to #FWCrabFest on 12/8! Use code FWCBD25. uber.com/go/FWCBD25
For more information or to learn how to be a part of this event please email us at email@example.com
When & Where
Fisherman's Wharf CBD
ABOUT THE FISHERMAN’S WHARF COMMUNITY BENEFIT DISTRICT
The Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefit District (visitfishermanswharf.com) was founded in November of 2005 by the business and property owners of the San Francisco neighbourhood. The district is funded through an annual assessment for 15 years from the property owners. The purpose of the Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefit District is to preserve and enhance its vast San Francisco waterfront landscape and multi-cultural heritage, while integrating modern efficiencies to enrich the experience of visitors from both near and far.