Treasure Island Business and Attractions
Restaurants and Markets:
- Aracely Cafe - 401 13th Street - (415) 985-7117 - Call for current hours.
- Mersea Restaurant - 699 Avenue of the Palms - (415) 851-8118 - Call for current hours.
- Island Cove Market and Grocery - 850 Avenue H - (415) 391-2299 - Full supermarket with deli.
- TI Market Deli - 1 Avenue of the Palms, Administration Building south parking lot - Market with deli.
- Mateo's Hot Dogs - 1 Avenue of the Palms, Administration Building west parking lot - Food cart serving breakfast and lunch.
Wineries and Brewery:
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. About Treasure Island wineries and tasting rooms.
Woods Island Club
Woods Island Club website
Treasure Island Museum:
The Treasure Island Museum (TIM), a non-profit organization, promotes the history of Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands through curated exhibitions, a regular lecture series, special events and more. Visit the Treasure Island Museum website.
TIM Lecture Series:The Treasure Island Museum Lecture Series is currently presented online. Please see full information here: https://www.treasureislandmuseum.org/lectures
TI Museum curates historic exhibits in the Administration Building relevant to the history of the Islands, the Golden Gate International Exposition, the United States sea services, and the history of San Francisco Bay.
Administration Building Museum Gallery:
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 Treasure Island Museum hosts regular and rotating online exhibitions. View TI Museum Online Exhibitions here.
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.
Treasure Island is currently home to two public murals, both created in 2019. The Treasure Island Community Mural executed at Treasure Island Gymnasium by the Treasure Island community with guidance and support from Precita Eyes Muralists, and Oleg Gotchev's Bulgaria in the USA mural, a tribute to the local Bulgarian community located at Avenue D and 9th Street executed while Dr. Gotchev was a Treasure Island resident.