San Francisco September 21, 2017
The Chocolate Alone Is Worth A Trip To This Charming Destination In San Francisco
San Francisco is full of many areas and neighborhoods with food and views. There is one area in the city that will dazzle and satisfy your sweet tooth. Visit this historical area and enjoy a world of chocolate!
Ghirardelli Square is a square with shops, restaurants and attractions in the Fisherman's Wharf area of San Francisco. The origin of Ghirardell originates in 1893 when Domenico Ghirardelli, originally from Italy, purchased land in San Francisco.
Ghirardelli Square Address:
900 N Point St
San Francisco, 94109
Enjoy Ghirardelli Chocolate Marketplace for a world of chocolate. The store and cafe is huge, so be prepared to explore!
Ghirardelli was established in 1852, today it is the nation's longest continuously operating chocolate manufacturer, so you'll have plenty of selection here.
Not only is there a large room filled with chocolate and ice cream, but you're handed a piece of chocolate when you enter!
Ghirardelli chocolate company controls every aspect of its chocolate manufacturing process, so expect high quality chocolate. Today, the chocolate is produced outside San Francisco.
Make sure to stock up on the enormous assortment of Ghirardelli Chocolate & Caramel products at the cafe and store.
Check out the the Ghirardelli Square fountain outside the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company shop, near the corner of North Point and Larkin Street.
Check out the other stores here at the
Ghirardelli Square Site. Walk around the lovely area as well before leaving as well!
Take a look at everything in Ghirardelli Square in this video below:
Visit Ghirardelli Square:
900 N Point St
San Francisco, CA 94109
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