The best lunch locations in Sausalito


Sausalito, California isn’t a major tourist spot, and that is good because the prices aren’t same like in some cities that attract a lot of attention. Still, Sausalito draws in a good amount of tourists, and they have quite a good number of choices when it comes to eating.

The majority of the restaurants in Sausalito are owned by locals, and the price doesn’t change during tourist seasons. You might find some exotic cuisine, but the majority of these locations serve straightforward and tasty meals that won’t cost you a fortune.

Places where you might want to eat

“FRED’S Place”

A small breakfast and brunch restaurant that is located at 1917 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94987. It’s open from 7 in the morning until 2:30 PM, and it serves only American breakfast and lunch classics. If you are a fan of some traditional meals that are served by people who have been preparing them for over a decade, then you found a right place.

“Le Garage”

Individuals that are looking for something interesting might like “Le Garage”, a small establishment that serves French food. You can find this restaurant at 85 Liberty Ship Way #109. The name comes from the fact that the restaurant is an auto shop that was converted. The parking area might not be suitable, but the food is excellent for those that love French cuisine.

“Bayside Café”

Is located at 1 Gate 6 Rd and it’s a family-operated café that serves simple breakfast and lunch meals. This place is perfect for people that like peace and quiet as well as simple food like omelets, smoothies, and sandwiches. The service in this place is exceptional even though the price is a bit inflated.

“Poggio Trattoria” – Fresh Italian food

One of the, if not the best location to eat through the day in Sausalito is the “Poggio Trattoria,” a Northern Italian restaurant that serves dishes that are made out of produce that is grown in the nearby garden. People that like fresh, and Italian, the cuisine will like this place even though the price of some dishes is higher and that is due to the cost of some fresh ingredients the restaurant has to buy.

Sandra Farrell

I am a professional writer and traveler, and my passion is visiting small tourist spots and checking whether they are worth visiting again or not. My targets are small American towns that attract an average amount of people.