Cioppino, an iconic San Francisco fish stew, is usually made with a collection of Pacific-caught fare such as squid, Dungeness crab, mussels, clams and white fish, with a tomato and wine sauce base. It’s only natural to order the Italian-American dish in North Beach, San Francisco’s Little Italy neighborhood, where the stew was supposedly invented. Grab a table at Ferry Plaza Seafood with views of Washington Square Park. The restaurant sources ingredients from vendors who practice environmentally sustainable fishing.
Special Dishes: Cioppino
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