Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory
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Landmark bakery prepares homemade fortune cookies in a tiny open kitchen, with free tours available.
Little old ladies from SF making fortune cookies. Chocolate fortune cookies and adult fortunes too. If you take a picture, you will have to pay for that privilege.
Fun fact: The fortune cookies were invented in SF - here you can see how they're made.
See how they make Fortune Cookies! Careful what you buy... packaged fortune cookies range from standard to R rated fortunes. Very interesting place... great for kids
This place is so neat! Take home a bag of Flattened fortune cookies for loved ones... unless you're tempted to eat on the way home... Very Possible!!
Tiny "factory" but cool to run into if you're in the area. Can buy a big bag of fortune cookies
A tiny factory that makes the fortune cookies fresh daily and also have broken ones that you can buy in big bags for anywhere from $6 and up. Great for souvenirs and snacks!
Samples are free at the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory while you explore bustling Chinatown.
“This is the closest place that's open 24 hours a day for basic supplies and snacks.”
“Since 1983, Acme Bread Company has been striving to make the best bread possible. Calling the Ferry Building home, you'll want to make a pitstop here as you stroll through the stalls. What's popular: Pain au Levain. What you should get: Olive Bread. ”
“It's not really a bakery, but more of a to-go dim sum place. Gets busy around 11am, but the line moves fast. Be prepared to get yelled at by the women working behind the counter. Cash only. What I order there: Shrimp and pork shumai BBQ pork buns Pan-fried turnip cakes Chive & shrimp dumplings Shrimp dumplings Malaysian sponge cake.”
“If you are ok with walking a steep, long wooden staircase, this is a lovely walk amid gorgeous gardens and charming original San Francisco cottages while seeing and hearing the wild Parrots of San Francisco overhead! They have lived here for years!”
“This has got to be one of the best bars in SF. And it's just down the block! Try the bar food also which is so tasty. It's named after the Big 4 railroad tycoons who built the American railway: Stanford, Crocker, Huntington, and hmmmm, who was the 4th?”