High above the Pacific Ocean, overlooking the historic Sutro Baths, stands the stoic Cliff House. Originally established in 1858, Cliff House was damaged in two tragic fires in 1894 and 1907, causing it to be rebuilt and renovated numerous times over the last century. The current building (its fifth) dates to 1937. The Cliff House boasts two separate restaurants, both famous for their Ramos Fizz (a gin drink made with egg whites and cream) and soft airy popovers. At the more casual Bistro, brunch on Eggs San Francisco, poached eggs with Dungeness crab in a brandy cream sauce. At upscale Sutro’s, classic meat and seafood dishes are perfect complements to the restaurant’s unbeatable sunset view.
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