Since 1916, The Buena Vista Café in Fisherman’s Warf has been a San Francisco landmark. In 1952, with aid from Pulitzer-Prize winning travel writer Stanton Delaplane, the then-owner of the Buena Vista perfected the recipe for their now legendary Irish Coffee. The drink is so popular, the Buena Vista serves up to 2,000 Irish Coffees a day. Should you choose to bypass the Café’s claim to fame, there is a full bar that features a long list of specialty drinks including the Akvavit w/ Beer Snit, the New Orleans Fizz, and the Nutty Irishman. The kitchen serves traditional American fare all day, including a myriad of Omelets and egg dishes for breakfast, Appetizers, Salads, and Soups for something quick and easy, a full offering of Burgers and Sandwiches, as well as an Entrée menu featuring Pastas, Meatloaf, Steak, and various Seafood dishes. Whether tourist or local, the Buena Vista Café is a great place to go enjoy an Irish Coffee while enjoying the beautiful view.