Where to Eat
Sausalito has something for everyone, whether you’re grabbing a quick bite or treating your family or team to lunch or dinner.
Whatever you do, don’t forget to bring your appetite. Here are a few suggestions…
For breakfast visit Sausalito Equator about a ten minute walk from Sausalito’s downtown. The open, airy space serves Equator coffee, gorgeous fresh baked goods, and a seasonal menu of breakfast staples and sandwiches. After breakfast, indulge your craving for a Bloody Mary at the Barrel House, not only are the drinks good, the view is too.
For lunch, visit FISH. You can’t not eat seafood in Sausalito—okay, you can, but you shouldn’t let that happen. For that afternoon ice cream head on over to Lappert’s. You may see the crowds outside Lappert’s before you spot the sign. You’ll find flavors like Kaui Pie, Nuku Hiva, and Kona Mocha Almond alongside more traditional offerings like Mint Chip and Cookies & Cream. For an afternoon beer, visit Bar Bocce they have a gorgeous outdoor space that stretches right down to the water, and features, as you may have guessed, a bocce court.
For a laid back dinner, head to F3 Fast Food Francais, a playful restaurant featuring French-inspired riffs on classic American dishes. Don’t worry the atmosphere is far from fast food. Want a bay view with your French food? Try Fast Food Francais’s slightly fancier sister restaurant, Le Garage!