• Sausalito News


  • Kirby Cove hike offers unique views of Golden Gate Bridge, plus a coveted campsite – SF Gate Eric Brooks April 17, 2023

    It’s a tried and true routine for anyone who’s ever played tour guide for visiting family and friends. The out-of-towners are in the Bay Area for a few days and want to see the Golden Gate Bridge. Jacket in hand, you drive them to one of the usual overlook spots in the Marin Headlands, or maybe the popular H. Dana Bowers Vista Point, elbowing picture-happy tourists just off a mega bus and bravely facing stiff wind gusts for a few chilly moments with the world’s most iconic span. Read more>>

  • Sweetest Small Towns in California" – AFAR Magazine (April 11, 2023 by Michelle Konstantinovsky)

    Sausalito has been named one of the "Sweetest Small Towns in California" according to AFAR Magazine. On your next California adventure visit one of the Golden State’s sweet small towns instead. Read the entire story and recommendations on where to stay, eat, shop and things to do!

  • The Most Charming Small Towns in California, From Tranquil Seaside Villages to LGBTQ-Friendly Mountain Communities – Conde Nast Traveler October 7, 2022

    Venture away from the state's large metropolises like L.A. and San Francisco and discover visually stunning, laid-back escapes. Read the story >

  • Explore this quaint town that’s just over the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco – Visit California

    Just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, a steep hillside covered in chaparral and eucalyptus drops from Highway 101 to a flat, sunny shoreline, two miles long and a couple of blocks wide, that faces the Bay: This is the Sausalito that day-trippers from San Francisco know. Read more >>

  • Marin County Beaches Receive High Marks for Water Quality (By Will Houston July 19, 2022)

    All 26 beaches tested in Marin received either A or B grades last year as part of the latest “Beach Report Card” released by Heal the Bay, an environmental group based in Santa Monica. The grades are based on concentrations of fecal bacteria contamination such as E. coli, which can indicate the potential presence of harmful bacteria, viruses and microorganisms that can cause disease. Read more>>

  • Getaway Guide: A Weekend in Sausalito – California.com October 21, 2022

    Your weekend guide to Sausalito, California, a gorgeous coastal town offering fine dining, luxe accommodations, and an enviable art scene. Read more>>


  • Hand-Built Boat That Might Sail from Sausalito to Hawaii May 6, 2023 by Jonah Owen Lamb

    Sausalito was once known for its shipbuilding prowess when hundreds of steel transport vessels, known as Liberty Ships, splashed into its waters during World War II. But the nearly silent splash that occasioned the launching of Amana, or Seven Seas, was an entirely different affair Saturday afternoon. Read entire Story>>

  • Apple TV+’s Newest Thriller + More Call Sausalito Home – Destination Sausalito

    The beauty of Sausalito has inspired songs, books, movies and TV Shows for many years. The setting of a story is often overlooked, but it really plays a pivotal role in shaping any story. Apple TV+’s The Last Thing He Told Me, based on the #1 New York Times bestselling novel by Laura Dave, is the most recent addition to the roster of movies filmed in town. Read more>>

  • Hit Book and TV Show ‘The Last Thing He Told Me’ Shines a Spotlight on This Sausalito Trattoria – Eater San Francisco Lauren Saria

    Author Laura Dave took some liberties with the Poggio menu — but Jennifer Garner seemed to like the real restaurant well enough.

    A longstanding Sausalito Italian restaurant is getting a little shine on the small screen thanks to the much-anticipated Apple TV+ show The Last Thing He Told Me, which debuts today, Friday, April 14. Read more>>

  • Sausalito nonprofit leads effort to restore sea lion statueBy March 9, 2023

    The iconic Sausalito sea lion statue is undergoing the most extensive refurbishment of its long history on the waterfront. Since it fell into the bay during a storm on Jan. 8, the statue has been held in a warehouse in the Marinship area, awaiting a repair effort that stakeholders hope will help it endure for the foreseeable future. The Sausalito Foundation, which is leading the refurbishment effort, has begun to collect donations. It is seeking $35,000 and is about one-third toward the goal. Read more>>

  • Hollywood descended on Sausalito to film mini-series – Pacific Sun Nikki Silverstein

    On Aug. 15, Sausalito closed its city-sanctioned homeless camp, which was located on the tennis courts at the corner of Marinship Way and Testa Street. Days later, a film production crew rolled into town and set up its base camp on the opposite corner of the intersection, just 105 feet from the former homeless encampment. Read more>>


  • Delhi-based Ditas opens its first U.S. location in Sausalito – Marin IJ

    Dining destination Ditas — an edge-of-the-bay dining room, lounge, bar and deck above iconic restaurant the Trident —officially opened and unveiled its sweeping Sausalito waterfront views on May 1.

    The Southern Marin city was selected by India-based investors as the ideal spot for its United States expansion, adding to the Ditas brand’s first two locations in New Delhi and Mumbai. Read more>>

  • 2 unique steakhouses open in Marin – Marin IJ  April 11, 2023

    Two steakhouses recently debuted on the north end of Sausalito — Show de Carnes Brazilian Steakhouse in the expansive space where Outback Steakhouse operated for 12 years, and Gallo Rosso Italian Steakhouse on Bridgeway, replacing Bua Thai Kitchen. Read the story>>

  • Sausalito’s elegant Sula offers Mediterranean-inspired fine dining – Marin IJ April 5, 2023

    Tucked under the north end of the Golden Gate Bridge is Cavallo Point, a luxury resort situated in the vast Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Once the barracks for the Army, it’s been beautifully refigured as lodging with three restaurants and manicured grounds that lead down to the bay with spectacular views of the bridge and San Francisco’s skyline. Read more>>


  • Restaurant review: Sausalito’s Farley a local gem with non-stop views – Marin IJ Ann Walker March 7, 2022

    Sausalito’s Cavallo Point Lodge opened in 2008 with an upscale restaurant, Murray Circle, and a bar, Farley Bar, with a clubby atmosphere and amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the bay and the San Francisco skyline from the deck. Read more>>

  • Ditas Takes Over Upstairs Trident Space on Sausalito's Waterfront – SFist Jay Barmann February 15, 2023

    A space above the storied Trident restaurant and bar, which played host to Janis Joplin, Bill Graham, and the Rolling Stones in the 1960s, has transformed into a new fine-dining spot that opens this spring, from a pair of Delhi-based restaurateurs. Read more>>

  • Where to Eat in Sausalito – Eater San Francisco Paolo Bicchieri, Laurie Jo Miller Farr, Caleb Pershan October 4, 2022

    This is the Bay Area town with the dock by the Bay, the one for sitting by. Otis Redding’s famous relationship to the Mediterranean-esque Sausalito is well-known — more talked about than the pirates who took the law to task through their houseboat coalition — but perhaps less-discussed is the coastal enclave’s primo seafood and dining fare. There is an abundance of options for a city whose name means “small willow grove,” ranging from Italian pastries to coffee shops to Thai food. For the last stop of that coastal drive through Marin before heading into San Francisco, try these 16 restaurants in Sausalito. Read more>>

  • Sausalito boatyard maintains maritime history – Pacific Sun Nikki Silverstein

    A celebrated Sausalito resident, Freda, turns 138 this year. But one would never know it by looking at her. Born in Belvedere in 1885, Freda is the oldest sailboat on the West Coast. Saloonkeeper Harry Cookson, who built the beautiful wooden vessel for yachting and racing, named her after his daughter. Read more>>

  • An Unorthodox Houseboat in Sausalito Gives Its Owner Permission to Play – Dwell Zahid Sardar November 15, 2022

    Architect Craig Steely drew from the area’s bohemian history and traditional Chinese motifs to create this unique floating haven. Read more>>


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