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

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    July 16, 2018
    Explore this quaint town that’s just over the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco
    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. Most of them walk or bike over the bridge or arrive by ferry, sit and have a coffee at a café on the charming main street Bridgeway, and look back across the Bay at the downtown skyline. Maybe they stay for dinner, sticking to Bridgeway (Barrel House Tavern is a good bet) or venturing a block off Bridgeway into the locals’ zone, aka Caledonia Street, to the top-rated Sushi Ran. A lovely day, to be sure, but it barely touches on what Sausalito has to offer. Keep reading
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    Ashley White
    (415) 331-7262