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Walk into Alioto’s on Fisherman’s Wharf and you’ve captured the essence of San Francisco. This is where you come to dine on the freshest seafood in the world. Your backdrop? Only the Golden Gate Bridge and boats sailing by on the glistening bay. This 85-year-old Sicilian Seafood Restaurant is not only the oldest restaurant on the wharf, but it’s family owned.

 


 


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Where to Watch Fireworks on New Year’s Eve

Where to Watch Fireworks on New Year’s Eve
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Restaurants Open for Christmas, New Year’s

Alioto’s is offering a Christmas Eve pre fixe dinner along with their a la carte menu, among festive lights, trees, ornaments and even a few santas. The restaurant will also [...]
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If You Can’t Dish It, Ditch It: Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner

Alioto’s Restaurant  If you find yourself on Fisherman’s Wharf, with a ton of tourist family members in tow, check out Alioto’s Italian seafood, offering a traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner for [...]
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It’s Dungeness Crab Season, Dig In!

Alioto’s Restaurant: This San Francisco landmark, located in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf since 1925, has been perfecting the art of the crab since before the Golden Gate bridge was [...]
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Weekly Opening Report: The Week of October 21, 2013

Alioto’s Restaurant: Located in the historic Fisherman’s Wharf, Alioto’s Restaurant revealed its two newly renovated banquet rooms, named the Bridge Room and the Harbor Room, according to a press release. [...]
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Alioto’s Restaurant Welcomes America’s Cup to San Francisco

  Alioto’s Restaurant on San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf welcomed the America’s Cup on July 4th, 2013 with a special lunch menu and a crewmen happy hour. With clear, unobstructed views [...]
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S.F. waterfront dining blends the old and new

Those of us who live in the Bay Area once considered the San Francisco waterfront either a tourist haven or a place to avoid. Yet, in the past decade, it [...]
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7 Restaurant Specials for July 4th and the America’s Cup

The America’s Cup kicks off on the Fourth of July, and local bars and restaurants are dropping a few deals and specials suited to the occasion. To help you get your [...]
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Fourth of July: Fireworks and fun in the Bay Area

  Fourth of July signals the arrival of summer with barbeques and fireworks. There are plenty of activities from which to choose around the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to fireworks shows and [...]
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8 Bay Area Restaurants to Watch July 4th Fireworks

  When we think of Fourth of July, we think of the USA, independence and, of course, fireworks! Avoid the crowds and make reservations in one of these restaurants to [...]
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America’s Cup: Where to sip, nosh and watch

When America’s Cup takes to the white-capped waves this summer, the Bay will be aflutter with sails (actually, not “aflutter” so much as “tautly stretched atop a heeling racing machine”). [...]
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San Francisco Family-Owned Alioto’s Restaurant Celebrates 88th Anniversary

Family-owned and operated Alioto’s Restaurant, located on Fisherman’s Wharf, is excited to celebrate 88 years of fresh, sustainable seafood, and traditional Sicilian family recipes. Alioto’s will be offering a special [...]
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On May 12th join Alioto’s, one of San Francisco’s oldest family owned restaurants for Mother’s Day. Bring in the entire family to celebrate mom and indulge in some of Alioto’s [...]
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Alioto’s at the Wharf Celebrates Their 88th Birthday With Special Menu

Alioto’s, that stalwart Fisherman’s Wharf seafood restaurant from one of S.F.’s first families, is celebrating it’s 88th anniversary in May. The restaurant, opened initially as a fish stall in 1925, [...]
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Alioto’s Restaurant celebrates 88 years on Fisherman’s Wharf

In May 2013, one of San Francisco’s oldest and best-loved family-owned restaurants reaches its 88th birthday on fabled Fisherman’s Wharf. Alioto’s is a San Francisco landmark located in the heart [...]
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Alioto’s Restaurant: San Francisco’s Seafood Go-To

Located in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf, Alioto’s Restaurant offers every single one of its customers nothing but the best and freshest traditional Sicilian-style seafood that San Francisco can offer. [...]
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Wine Spectator review of Ailoto's

Wine Spectator

 - award of excellence. Link
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Alioto Review by City Genius

City Genius

About Alioto’s - Fisherman Wharf’s oldest restaurant began as a crab stand in 1920, serving seafood cocktails out of a paper cup. Today, Alioto’s is a successful, fine seafood restaurant specializing [...]
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Travel Savvy News

- By Ann Terry Hill SAN FRANCISCO-SOMETHINGS OLD, SOMETHINGS NEW Dinner at Alioto’s at Fisherman’s Wharf was the finale of this whirlwind visit. And what could be more San Franciscan [...]
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I Go You Go Reviews of Aliotos

I GO U GO

- Reviews It was wonderful — the food and service are wonderful. The seafood is so fresh, and the meal will just melt in your mouth. The clam chowder is to [...]
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CNN Travel

Are there local specialty dishes or drinks that visitors must try? Although the locals will tell you Fisherman’s Wharf is tourist central, even the snobs will take the antique F [...]
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Bay Area Dining review of Alioto

Bay Area Dining

Three generations of Alioto’s have cultivated superb Sicilian recipes incorporating the local, fresh seafood while also offering Private Dining/Banquet facilities. Small weddings and corporate in-house catering events can be easily [...]
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Cosmo Tourist Review of Alioto's

Cosmo Tourist Review

- A good sea food restaurant If you are going to take a trip to San Francisco, California there are many different sea food restaurants that you will be able [...]
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Gayot's review of Alioto's

Gaynot Review

  Just because it has resided on the heavily touristed Fisherman’s Wharf forever doesn’t mean Alioto’s is strictly for the tourists. Locals love the place, especially if they were born [...]
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