“Food & Drink in San Francisco, CA”
Since the 1920's, Eagle Cafe has been serving hearty breakfasts in Fisherman's Wharf. Within the wooden walls of this homey restaurant lies a rich history. Eagle Cafe first started out as a ticket office for passengers traveling from San Francisco to ports in Mendocino and Humboldt counties. As popularity grew, the office transformed into a hash house in 1920 operated by Dan Andreotti and his family. In 1933 a full bar was added after Prohibition ended. Eagle Cafe became a favorite gathering place for local San Franciscans, mostly waterfront workers. They enjoyed sharing tales over simple home styled meals and 35 cent beers. In 1978, the beloved haven faced threats of demolition. Mr. Lou Andreotti, who inherited Eagle Cafe from his father, pushed for the entire building to be moved from its original location (now the Pier 39 parking garage) to the new Pier 39 tourist development. Locals continued to flock to their favorite cafe as tourists discovered an unpretentious restaurant with amazing views and savory food served by the friendliest people.
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- Fri, Sat: 7:30 am - 10:00 pm
- Sun - Thu: 7:30 am - 9:00 pm
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