Public Attractions and Recreation Opportunities

Treasure Island Restaurants, Grocery and Food Carts

  • Aracely Cafe - 401 13th Street - (415) 985-7117
  • Mersea Restaurant - 699 Avenue of the Palms - (415) 851-8118
  • Tammy's Chicken In Waffles - Avenue D between Clipper Cove Way and California Ave (in front of historic Hangar 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 - 1 Avenue of the Palms, southern end of Administration Building
  • Mateo's Hot Dogs - Avenue D and California Ave (in front of historic Hangar 2)

"Signal" Public Artwork

Located on the Treasure Island western waterfront at Avenue of Palms and 9th Street, "Signal" is a public art piece created by Bay Area artist Tom Loughlin and made of steel from the old Eastern Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

Learn more about "Signal" and artist Tom Loughlin


TreasureFest (formerly named 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.  TreasureFest welcomes on-leash dogs. 

Click here to visit the TreasureFest website.

Treasure Island Wineries

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. 

Click here to view more information about Treasure Island wineries and tasting rooms.

Treasure Island Museum Lecture Series and Exhibits

The Treasure Island Museum (TIM), 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.  TIM exhibits can be found in the TIM Museum Gallery at the Treasure Island Administration Building and at the TIDA offices.  Visit the Treasure Island Museum website.

TIM Lecture Series:

TIM hosts a regular free-of-charge lecture series in the historic Treasure Island Administration Building Lobby.  Check the TIM website for upcoming scheduled lectures.

TIM Museum Gallery Exhibits:

Located in the Adminstration Building Lobby, the TIM Museum Gallery features rotating exhibits of the history of the Islands curated by TIM staff and guest curators.  The Gallery is open weekdays and exhibits are free-of-charge.

TIM Online Exhibit:

View the TIM Online Exhibit "Wish You Were Here: Postcards from the Golden Gate International Exposition"

Sports and Recreation on Treasure Island

Treasure Island is home to a variety of sports leagues, instructional centers, recreational opportunities and community fitness facilities; making it "Your Recreation Destination".  

View more information about sports and recreation on Treasure Island.