|At the very end of Pier 39, past all the tourists and tacky souvineer shops, lies this second-floor restaurant perched out over the sea lions below. Great Bay views and decent seafood. Their espresso is about what you'd expect: a red, two-group Mr. Espresso Rancilio produces splotches of barebones crema covering the surface. Here you can taste the wood in Mr. Espresso's wood-roasted beans - along with a lighter spice and pepper flavor. Served wtih the ever-mysterious lemon rind but also an even stranger cocktail stirrer with the restaurant logo. One of the most expensive poor espressos in the city. But hey - the view.