Eatin’ by the Dock of the Bay
Soak up the sun, watch ducks float by or toss pennies into Paradise Bay and make a wish—for something delish!
Take your taste buds to the Bay Area with hearty soups served in Boudin sourdough bowls, sandwiches made with fresh-baked breads and salads inspired by the northern regions of the Golden State. Order inside then savor your flavorful quick-service fare outside in the golden California sunshine.
Sourdough, Sweets and Sunrise Eats
Sink your teeth into a turkey pesto club sandwich or warm up with a steaming bowl of clam chowder, broccoli and cheese or seasonal soup. California favorites like Chinese chicken or walnut, apple and chicken salads offer lighter choices. All soups and salads are served in Boudin bread bowls made from a sourdough recipe that’s been a close-guarded family secret since 1849.
Satisfy tiny sprats with a cheesy macaroni meal that includes GoGo squeeZ®, applesauce and lowfat milk. Bigger kids can sink their teeth into a turkey sandwich served with seasonal fruit, a Dannon® Danimals® smoothie and your choice of a small lowfat milk or small Dasani® water.
Don't forget to save room for dessert! Choose from a delicious variety of Mickey-shaped cookies, seasonal bread pudding and other sweet treats—nearly a baker’s dozen in all!
All menu items are subject to change without notice.
From Dough to Delicious
Before or after your meal, check out The Bakery Tour, hosted by Boudin Bakery, right next to the Pacific Wharf Café.
On this self-guided walking tour
, sample Boudin’s famous bread, enjoy entertaining celebrity video commentary and peer through glass walls to discover the 160-year-old secrets that make Boudin’s sourdough bread like no other.A Legacy of Luscious Loaves
Boudin Bakery is San Francisco’s oldest continuously running company. Back in 1849, Boudin was a tiny Old World-style shop on San Francisco’s Dupont Street. Since then, it has evolved to a world-famous bakery renowned for using the finest ingredients available, with more than 30 locations throughout California, including the famed Fisherman’s Wharf and its main Richmond District location. To this day, the bakery still uses the same recipe it developed during the California Gold Rush!