A great place to live, eat and have fun. by Roadlust
I lived there. Great people. Quaint little town just minutes from SF and a short drive from Sonoma and Yountville, my other favorite hangouts.
Is more than worth visiting. Going to Sausalito is like visting the french riviera sans the casinos. From my balcony, Richardson Bay and Tiburon resembled a nativity scene during twilight.
Great food, drink music and sports all all over town.
The Art festival is huge with lots of artists worth of purchasing their art. The Jazz & Blues by the Bay is fun and colorful. Caledonia Street fair and The Chilli Cook-Off is wicked. Great stuff. Lots of local characters.
There is lot to see and to do in Sausalito. Cycling. Jogging. Hiking to Mt. Tamalpais. Running the Dipsea Trail Run. A day surfing in Stinson Beach. Kayaking. Flyfishing or pay a visit to Bolinas from Sausalito. Become a hippie for day.
Excellent restaurants are Christophe for french menu.
Buckeye Roadhouse for Smoked ribs, martinis and pretty women.
SushiRan, great japanese and you keep your sake bottle there!
Celebrities ahoy at any time.
Sailor’s Landing for good food, great service, ambiance and lots of locals. So don’t bring you camera there.
If you like charbroiled burgers just walk to HAMBURGERS. From the flame to your taste buds. And of course, the Altamira Hotel is a place worth a have brunch or drinks with friends.
A restaurant that will surprise you is Feng Nian, unasumming little place and excellent food. WongTon soup. Fresh noodles.
For day visitors, downtown has lots to offer, galleries, gift shops, little inns and much more.
And if you have an iPod you can now download Sausalito Radio in iTunes. Get the total experience. Trust me, you will really like it there!
Trivia: The only place where the official garbage man has a degree.