If you want to take a closer look at Fairmont San Francisco’s two-story Victorian gingerbread cookies, take a look at our slice for a scrumptious look at this must-see Christmas time. But the famous Nob Hill Hotel is not the only place with a cute gingerbread house.
Here are some other places in the city that you can see some edible architectural delight. Be sure to visit any (or all) of them during the holiday season.
Westin St. Francis
The towers, rooms and lighted windows are all interrupted by a locomotive. Bonus, there are two of these gingerbread castles to choose from. (335 Powell)
The massive Gingerbread Victorian stands over 22 feet tall and 23 feet wide, and officially the tallest in San Francisco. The exterior is edible, and the pastry chefs used a ton of royal frosting and candy on the facade. (950 Mason)
Instead of a gingerbread house, the SoMa Hotel had its team build several gingerbread houses, each with a different pop culture. Catch sight of. (780 mission)
Pastry chef Angela Salvatore created a masterpiece that you can see in action below that mimics the Ferry Building. Six feet long, two and a half feet tall, and all kinds of delicious. Brava. (399 The Embarcadero)
Bob’s Steak & Chop House created this candy trimmed gem. According to 7×7, “It took two months, seven people, 40 sheets of gingerbread and 30 pounds of candy to build this massive candy.” Mmm. (500 California)