San Francisco's Ferry Building

Patrons belly up to the bar at the Hog Island Oyster Co. One guest’s favorite? The chowder. “It’s as good as anything I’ve had back on the East Coast,” he says. “This is the place to come for fresh, good food. And in the Bay Area, that’s saying a lot.”<br>
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<b>FOR THE RECORD:</b><br>San Francisco seafood: A caption accompanying an Aug. 16 Travel article on San Francisco's Ferry Building incorrectly identified a dining area as Hog Island Oyster Co. The counter shown in the photograph is part of Ferry Plaza Seafood. &#8212;<br> 
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( Christopher Reynolds / Los Angeles Times )

Patrons belly up to the bar at the Hog Island Oyster Co. One guest’s favorite? The chowder. “It’s as good as anything I’ve had back on the East Coast,” he says. “This is the place to come for fresh, good food. And in the Bay Area, that’s saying a lot.”


FOR THE RECORD:
San Francisco seafood: A caption accompanying an Aug. 16 Travel article on San Francisco's Ferry Building incorrectly identified a dining area as Hog Island Oyster Co. The counter shown in the photograph is part of Ferry Plaza Seafood. —

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