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Wharf Fest 2018: Discover the Best of San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf

Are you in for a fun and exciting treat at Fisherman’s Wharf this October? How about attending the most talked-about and highly-anticipated event in Fisherman’s Wharf? Invite your friends and family and celebrate the Wharf Fest 2018.
Wharf Fest 2018 is happening this October 20 with its promise to give the festival goers, both locals and tourists to give them never-ending fun and laughter. Wharf Fest 2018 is packed with activities from sun up ‘til sun down. This annual event will surely delight your senses as it is overflowing with surprises. One of the surprises to watch out for is the Chowder Tasting Competition which is a battle among local restaurant’s chowder recipe. This aims to know which restaurant has the best-tasting chowder in the Fisherman’s Wharf. What makes it even more exciting is the fact that you can take part in judging the best chowder in town. Get the chance to taste their own version of chowder and make your vote count by deciding which chowder tastes best. 
Wharf Fest is not only about food tasting, it also has live performances from local artists which is a free entertainment and is open to the public. There will be street fair, art vendors, food and many more. What are you waiting for? Head over to San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf this October 20. Event starts at 11am to 5pm other events extending till 9pm. Fisherman’s Wharf is just a 16min. drive from San Francisco via private car. 
  • Many people will surely attend this event so better look for the best transportation options. 
  • Fisherman’s Wharf has several hotels and lodging. So if you decide to stay at Fisherman’s Wharf the day before the festival, you can choose to find the best accommodation for you. 
  • The event happens at Fisherman’s Wharf Pier 43, San Francisco, CA.
  • Dogs are allowed since it’s an outside event.

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