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Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check.
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The Embarcadero runs along the northeast coast of San Francisco from Oracle Park (formerly known as AT&T Park), past the Ferry Building and Fisherman’s Wharf until Pier 45. For 30 years, the Embarcadero Freeway allowed for greater car access to the Bay Bridge and divided the waterfront area from Downtown San Francisco (at the expense of visual aesthetics), but was torn down two years after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. Ensuing redevelopment allowed for greater options for public transportation and a much more visually appealing thoroughfare. Fun fact: In Spanish, Embarcadero translates to “the place to embark,” whereas its root verb, embarcar, means simply “to embark.”
Things to Do on the Embarcadero
Some of the city’s greatest attractions and most scenic areas are adjacent to the Embarcadero, most of which can be explored on Bounce’s neighborhood guide to San Francisco. In addition to the dozens of options we’ve outlined across the various San Francisco city pages, we recommend checking out the following below:
Snap a photo with your significant other next to the Cupid’s Span sculpture at Rincon Park
Share tapas and churros at Chef Michael Chiarello’s restaurant Coqueta on Pier 5
Visit the Central Embarcadero Piers Historic District for a serene stroll along the Bay
Take refuge amongst sprawling green lawns, fountains, and ponds at Levi’s Plaza
Indulge in holistic spa treatments at Hotel Vitale
Enjoy an elegant seafood meal at the aptly named Waterfront Restaurant on Pier 7
Transit Options on the Embarcadero
Muni F-Market and E-Embarcadero streetcars
Muni Metro (J-Church, K-Ingleside, L-Taraval, M-Ocean View, N-Judah, T-Third Street)
BART at Embarcadero
Market Street Subway
Amtrak Thruway Bus: 34 to Stockton, 99 to Emeryville
Luggage Storage near the Embarcadero
Given that so many prime destinations in San Francisco are situated along or near the Embarcadero, you’re sure to find yourself somewhere along this scenic path. From the northern through southern ends of the roadway, Bounce has all your bases covered for Embarcadero luggage storage.