All I can say about the rest of what they offer here is that it's an eclectic mix that ranges from the wonderful to the bizarre. Another great spot to score a lunch and then go sit on the edge of the Bay and enjoy.
• Angelino's, 621 Bridgeway - Two doors past Venice Gourmet Deli. As you walk this way you'll see the view across the Bay to San Francisco open up in a stunning panorama. Angelino's is another excellent Italian restaurant with homemade pasta and authentic flavors. The tables by the front windows have great views - as long as the Fed Ex guy doesn't park his truck in front!
• Scoma's Sausalito, 588 Bridgeway - On a pier above the Bay, visible to the left of the ferry as it pulls into the pier at Sausalito. If you've been to the Scoma's in Fisherman's Wharf, I'd pick a different place here for the sake of variety. This is fine seafood at premium prices. The building was used by a ferry company back in the 19th century, and is a Victorian gingerbread architectural treat.
• Horizons, 558 Bridgeway - Next to Scoma's. Occupying this space that used to house the legendary Trident Restaurant (a center of San Francisco Rock culture during the 60's and 70's), Horizons has a fabulous deck in back that is suspended over the Bay. You’ll find great views of San Francisco, and the best "outdoor seating with a million-dollar-view" in town. They have American food with salads, sandwiches, and a variety of entrees.
That's it: Two ferries, one book, and eight places to eat. Use the comments box below to let us know how your day in Sausalito went. We'll see you on the ferry!