Scoma's Restaurant / San Francisco

1 Al Scoma Way Jefferson San Francisco 94133
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 11:30 - 22:30

Scoma's is a San Francisco icon and the only restaurant located in Fisherman's Wharf with a working 46 foot fishing boat. Freshness and high quality are the main reasons the restaurant has been succes

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Jeff Oleson en
Phenomenal Italian / seafood fusion restaurant with a lot of history. And waiters with a lot of history! You're not at a classic SF restaurant without the old gruff waiters who know their stuff but are pretty salty. We loved it and thought it was hilarious. I had their black cod with a beer flight. It was phenomenal. And decent local beer selection! GooglePlace - July 2017
Joseph Addona en
It was a nice atmosphere, and good service. Food was tasty, but price was high. Yes it's at fisherman's warf, and yes it was good quality, but still a high price for the food. Would eat there again, but probably wouldn't seek it out. Drinks were quite expensive, would avoid for just drinks. (~20$ per drink at a restaurant is a lot to me personally). GooglePlace - July 2017
Rajiv Delwadia en
We had drinks in the upper bar, where the ambience is perfect. The mixologists are super, interacting and explaining things to patrons. The cucumber in my G&T was a work of art, they obviously take their craft seriously. Jean-Marc served us with infectious enthusiasm. I cannot think of a better way to while away a couple of hours before dinner. GooglePlace - July 2017
Brett Boterman en
Restaurant had a old school feel to it. We had a trio appetizer plate and mixed seafood dinner. The scallops, crab cake, and fried calamari was a great stater. The mixed seafood was a good dish to share, but some of the fish seemed a bit overcooked/dry. Overall great atmosphere and dinner would way here again when in SF. GooglePlace - May 2017
Lorraine V en
This was our first trip to San Francisco. Our tour bus driver recommended Scoma. So we went. The location and atmosphere are great! We waited an hour to be seated. The food is fair, small portions of fish which were over cooked. My husband said his fried seafood dish was not good. But in all fairness, we are from the northeast where the seafood is probably the best! We've been to many $$ restaurants that were better than this $$$. GooglePlace - May 2017