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Sausalito City Guide

I have been meaning to write this post for a while as I get asked about my favorite spots in Sausalito all the time. Daniel and I absolutely love living here and if you are not familiar with the bay area Sausalito is directly across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. I am by nature not a city person and he was over living in big cities so we settled on Sausalito for its stunning views and peaceful environment. We both grew up in Marin Country, but Sausalito feels incredibly unique to anywhere else. Some mornings when the fog is thick, it feels like a small east coast fishing village, yet the city is less than ten minutes away. Sausalito is very small and very touristy so it can get packed on the weekends, but there are some spots that are not to be missed if you make your way over here. See some of my favorites below!

{the boat docks always make for a good photo op}

Eating/ Drinking 

{Breakfast/Brunch}

Le Garage

Kennebec House Cut Fries, Pain Perdu, Gaufres

Cibo

Yogurt & Granola, Avocado Toast, Olive Oil Cake

Lighthouse Cafe

Blueberry Pancakes, Home Fries

Bridgeway Cafe

Cinnamon Roll French Toast, Breakfast Burrito, Crepe

 

{Cocktail with a View}

Barrel House Tavern

That’s No Moon, Spice Mines, Aperol Spritz

Bar Bocce 

Red Sangria, Berry Mojito

Salito’s 

Mint Cooler, Blood Orange Margarita, Italian Lemonata

 

{Lunch & Dinner Spots}

The Joinery 

Fried Chicken Sandwich, Roasted Potatoes, Harvest Salad

Osteria Divino 

Tortellini Soup, Spaghetti Aglio & Olio, Penne Arrabbiata

Copita

Chicken Tinga Taco, Tortilla Soup, Carne Asada

Poggio 

Mele Salad, Margherita Pizza

Scoma’s 

Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Wagyu Filet

Shopping 

You would think because Sausalito is so touristy that there would be a sea of great stores, but it is a lot of t shirt shops and art galleries. I dream of a beautiful home store opening up here someday, but for now it is not really a cute shops destination. Although they are not traditional stores, these are the places I visit most frequently for fresh flowers, cool art or small gifts.

Sausalito Stationary

Heath Ceramics

Nancy Ann’s Flowers

Mark Ruben Gallery

Book Passage

Site Seeing 

Cavallo Point

Houseboat Community

Ferry Ride to SF

Boat Docks – so many pretty boats to swoon over

Marin Headlands (outside of Sausalito)

Walk Along Bridgeway Path

Sea Trek Kayak Rental – such a cool way to see the bay

 

 

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All Photos by Torrey Fox 

  1. Caroline

    February 2nd, 2018 at 3:46 pm

    I will finally be going to the west coast for the first time this coming summer and am dying to make time for Sausalito because of all your amazing photos! We’re starting in SF and heading north, so I’ll definitely be using these recommendations!

    Have a great weekend!

    xx Caroline
    http://www.whenwear.com

  2. Chrissy McDonald

    February 2nd, 2018 at 7:53 pm

    Caroline that is so exciting! You have to let me know if you pass through Sausalito, I would love to meet up. Happy Friday!

  3. Chrissy Anderson

    February 3rd, 2018 at 4:04 am

    Great post! We live in Marin as well and share many of the same favorites. Sausalito is a gem! Your photos are gorgeous – blog envy!

  4. Chrissy McDonald

    February 3rd, 2018 at 5:32 am

    Thank you so much Chrissy! We’re lucky to live in Marin!

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