Business and Attractions
Treasure Island Flea
Treasure Island Flea takes place the last full weekend of each month on southeastern end of Treasure Island and is San Francisco's go-to monthly marketplace for the best in local vendors, artists, antiques, vintage, indie, retro, new and up-cycled goods, underground food startups & more. The Flea welcomes on-leash dogs. Visit the Treasure Island Flea website.
Treasure Island is at the forefront of San Francisco's urban winery movement; a home for wineries and tasting rooms offering something for almost every wine afficianados' interest. View more information about Treasure Island wineries and tasting rooms.
Restaurants, Grocery and Food Carts
- Aracely Cafe - 401 13th Street - (415) 985-7117
- Tammy's Chicken In Waffles - Avenue D between Clipper Cove Way and California Ave (fronting western end of Bldg. 2)
- Island Cove Market/Grocery - 850 Avenue H - (415) 391-2299
- Treasure Island Job Corps Fine Dining Lunch - TIJCC Campus - reservations required (415) 277-2400
- TI Market/Deli - 2 Avenue of Palms
- Mateo's Hot Dogs - TI Front Gate Viewing Area
Hours vary by location
Lectures and Historic Programming
The Treasure Island Museum Association, a non-profit organization, promotes the history of Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands, curates historic exhibits relevant to the history of the Islands, the Golden Gate International Exposition, the United States sea services, and the history of San Francisco Bay. TIMA exhibits can be found in the TIMA Museum Gallery at the Treasure Island Administration Building and at the TIDA offices. Visit the Treasure Island Museum Association website.
TIMA Lecture Series:TIMA hosts a regular lecture series in the historic Treasure Island Administration Building Lobby. Exhibits and lectures are free to the public. Check the TIMA website for upcoming scheduled lectures.
TIMA Online Exhibit:
Administration Building Pacific Unity Statues and Mural
The Treasure Island Administration Building is home to six "Pacific Unity" statues originally created for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition and a Lowell Nesbitt mural depicting the US Navy history in the Pacific. The statues are publicly accessible along the western exterior of the Administration Building, while the Nesbitt mural is located in the Building lobby and is publicly accessible during Administration Building public hours, Monday through Friday 8 AM to 5 PM, excluding legal holidays.
Sports and Recreation
Treasure Island is home to a variety of sports leagues, instructional centers, recreational opportunities and community fitness facilities; making it "Your Recreation Destination".
Schools, Sports and Recreation, Community Serving:
Life Learning Academy
Treasure Island Gymnasium
San Francisco Golden Gate Youth Rugby clubhouse and pitch
San Francisco Little Leauge fields
Treasure Island Yacht Club
A Tran's Bay Bike Shop
Treasure Island Health Network (TIHN)
Treasure Island Job Corps Center
Treasure Island Child Development Center
Treasure Island Sailing Center
San Francisco Gaelic Athletic Association clubhouse and grounds
Treasure Isle Marina
Treasure Island Community - Neighborhood Organization
Food and Beverage, Wineries, Special Events:
Treasure Island Job Corps Fine Dining Room
Treasure Island Wines
Fat Grape Winery
Mateo's Bay Area Hot Dogs
Sol Rouge Winery
Bay Area BBQ and Grilling School
Tammy's Chicken in Waffles
Treasure Island Deli Market
The Winery S.F.
Yerba Buena Beverage
Woods Island Club
City View Storage
Jade Studio Productions
World Headquarters, LLC
Heart 2 Heart/Smart Student
MiniLab Factory USA
Cal Con Pumping LLC
Island Park Self-Storage
Island Creative Management
Yerba Buena Beverage
Applied Engineering and Construction Management
Treasure Island Drive-Up Self Storage/Seateq
Interchange Counseling Institute