Waterfront seafood restaurants let diners get close to their meals, much like a goat finally landing a job at a tin-can factory. Get close to the source with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$49 for an Italian seafood-and-steak meal for two (up to a $104 total value)
$89 for an Italian seafood-and-steak meal for four (up to a $208 total value)<p>
Each pair receives:
- Two soups or salads (up to a $13 value each)
- Two entrees (up to a $35 value each)
- One shared dessert (up to an $8 value)<p>
The menu includes soups such as lobster bisque, entrees such as 16-ounce new york strip steak and wild swordfish, and desserts such as crème brûlée cheesecake.
In 1915, Thomaso Castagnola created his first crab cocktail for the San Francisco World's Fair. The following year, he opened a crab stand on Fisherman's Wharf. As it grew in popularity, his small stand blossomed into Castagnola’s restaurant. Nearly 100 years later, the two-story semiformal eatery still welcomes customers to try its fresh seafood, as well as its steaks and chops, inside an amber-lit dining room where tall windows overlook the busy harbor.
Servers bear Italian seafood and chicken pastas, steamed crabs, crab cakes, shellfish stew, and 20-ounce steaks to tables with views of fishing boats and krakens on the bay, the historic F Line trolley, and the downtown skyline. They also pour more than 120 wines, gathered from California and around the world, that complement each dish.
What some people are buzzing about:
63% of 578 customers recommend
“The Crab Louie was very good and worth the price Calamari was tasty but over priced ”
“Make reservations for better seating.”
“If you are driving, park the car at the parking lot at the corner of Jefferson and Taylor. Get the ticket validated at Castagnola's, free first 2 hours on weekend...”
“If you are driving, park the car at the parking lot at the corner of Jefferson and Taylor. Get the ticket validated at Castagnola's, free first 2 hours on weekend and 3 hours during weekdays. Sit at the tables attended by Helen, if possible, she is wonderful.”