This is where Hog Island Oyster locates, a historic Ferry building turned upscale gourmet Farmer’s Market. It is way too spotlessly clean and neat to be a market really, there’re a lot of fresh perfect looking organic vegetable and Wine store. The entire place felt like a plastic toyland with obsessively detailed works. It’s awesome!
This cute pastry candy shop Milette Patisserie has lots of cute and pretty cakes that looked too sponge-cake for me ^^;; The candy flowers in pot are lovely~ I got these Candied Rose Petals, they’re very sugary and the petal taste like…paper…^^;;;
Tsar Nicoulai Caviar Cafe is a boutique and cafe. The smallest 1 lb. tin can cost $65 each. o_O
I think those awesome bread from the Oyster place came freshly baked from this ACME Bread shop, smell so good~~ XO
The Recchiuti Confections boutique is a wonderful experience. The illustrations on wall, the samples, the Vero bought a jar of silky smooth Chocolate spread and boxes of chocolates. I bought a box of Key Lime Pears (not in pic), it is bitter-chocolate covered thin slice of Pears, with key lime juice mixed in. Very $$$ though.
So the market has lots of wine, cheese, vegetables, caviar, chocolates, gelato, candies, cakes, bread…would have been more perfect if it has seafood and groumet coffee store! o_O We were looking desperately for coffee, but it only has a chained one, Peet’s Coffee (SF is where it origined).
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