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We stopped here as part of the Hop on, Hop off bus night tour, specifically to take twilight photos of San Francisco. We stopped where there was a cafe, which was convenient and did have great views of the city. Apart from it being part...More
Do not waist your time. The island itself has nothing. do not be fooled by advertisement. We got there today 10/16 2019. The place was deserted like the ghost town. Wineries were all closed. Lots of places are blocked and filthy. All building on the...More
I am like their's concept to use old containers to set up restaurant venture. The view on San Francisco is amazing. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Price is affordable. The food is good and selection is limited, difficult to choose when you have some...More
Treasure Island been many things through the decades... The history of how it was created to be what it is today is worth looking intoThe history of how it was created to be what it is today is worth looking into. The hughly famous and...More
They should put a sign on the highway before you take the treasure Island exit that says no public restrooms. If you are desperate for a bathroom do not go to treasure Island. Even the market would not let me us a bathroom and the...More
When we reached on the Treasure Island, we find some security structures were going away and new tourist points are under process. We have a great view of the SF City skyscraper, Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island. We took several photographs from there.
If it was not for the Treasure Fest, I wouldn't go, then again, I don't know if there is anything else to do. We enjoyed Treasure Fest, there are hundreds of vendors and food trucks. You pay for the entrance (only $5) but, it is...More