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The fruit, vegetable, and live produce markets on Stockton Street are a must for any adventurous traveler.
The fruit, vegetable, and live produce markets on Stockton Street are a must for any adventurous traveler. The greatest concentration of Chinese shops and Chinese shoppers can be found in the three blocks from Washington to Broadway. They are notoriously busy, and not for the faint of heart as locals deftly paw over each and every piece of fruit! You may need a gut check as well in the live produce markets ? there are all kinds of live fauna flapping about from frogs and turtles to chickens and ducks.
1262 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA
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