When it comes to seafood, not only is it delightful to eat some of the best culinary creations one can imagine, but having a water-themed backdrop only enhances the experience. That is what you will find at the Waterbar Restaurant in San Francisco. Sitting right on the bay, it offers its own amazing ambiance. But the soaring floor-to-ceiling fish tanks in this aquarium restaurant offer an “under the sea” feeling where you really feel like you are dining with the fishes!

Outstanding seafood, spectacular views, and an “under the sea” setting. Waterbar is a must-enjoy San Francisco epicurean experience!

To learn more about the days and hours of operation and menu items, be sure to go to the restaurant’s website. They also have a Facebook page.

Have you ever been to this incredible restaurant aquarium? If so, what was your favorite part? Have you dined at any other restaurants with aquariums? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

If you enjoy waterfront dining, check out these 12 Incredible Waterfront Restaurants Everyone In San Francisco Must Visit.

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Where can we find waterfront restaurants in San Francisco?

  • Greens Restaurant in Fort Mason is one of the most popular vegetable-centric restaurants in the city.
  • The Hog Island Oyster Co. in the Ferry Building features fresh oysters and other seafood dishes.
  • The Mission Rock Resort in the Mission Bay District is definitely for the seafood lovers out there.

Read on to learn about some of the many other stunning waterfront restaurants in San Francisco.

Where can we find ice cream shops in Northern California?

  • Nimble & Finn’s in Guerneville and Santa Rosa specializes in funky, unique ice cream flavors like Honeyed Peach and Rhubarb Crisp.
  • Brock's Ice Cream Palace in Yuba City features old-fashioned ice cream scoops, sundaes, floats, and more.
  • The Ice Cream Bar in San Francisco is known for its ice creams and alcoholic milkshakes.

Read on to learn about some of the many other tasty ice cream shops in Northern California.

Where can we find thrift stores in Northern California?

  • Out of the Closet, with several locations in the Bay Area, is a favorite thrift shop that offers everything from every day to vintage clothing.
  • The Paul Bunyan Thrift Shop in Fort Bragg has everything including clothing, furniture, home décor items, and more.
  • Upscale Thrift in Sacramento is known for its wide array of vintage items.

Read on to learn about some of the many other wonderful thrift stores in Northern California.

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