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In 1969, Al Falchi converted a former San Francisco longshoremen’s bar into a restaurant called The Waterfront. A mile from Fisherman’s Wharf, and with a view that eclipsed that famous tourist hub, it soon became a favorite of local politicians and business people. And, in time, local and foreign visitors were drawn by its breathtaking Bayscape.

Wheelchair Accessibility Comments

  • A few steps inside restaurant but generally wheelchair accessible.
  • Bar is accessible but mostly high top tables.

Dining Experience

Wonderful restaurant

Restaurant Entrance Accessibility

Step free or easy ramped entrance

Relatively level grade at entrance

Wide doorway entrance

Restaurant Overview Accessibility

Step free or easy ramps on main dining level

Many available tables

Only a few accessible tables

Wide clearance between tables

Bar Area: mostly high-top tables / stools

Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility

Step free accessible restroom

Wide clearances in restroom

Restroom very clean

Additional Details

  • WJAR Rating:3
  • Price:$$$
  • Neighborhood:Financial District
  • Opentable Reservation:Make a Reservation >
  • User Rating:4
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