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SAUSALITO

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Sausalito, CA 94965

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A Northern California vibe, attentive hospitality, and a locally sourced seasonal menu. We’re open every day for all your social gatherings. Nestled in historic downtown Sausalito overlooking the Bay with breathtaking views of San Francisco’s cityscape, Treasure Island and The Bay Bridge. Barrel House Tavern is an inviting waterfront oasis and a lively destination fit for an intimate dinner for two or a celebratory venue for large groups—hosting private and corporate events.

Landmarked as a historical building, this location was once home to the first ferry terminal to and from San Francisco before the Golden Gate Bridge was built. Now converted into a modern casual eatery sure to put anyone “at-ease” with contemporary twists on rustic comfort food.

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Sausalito Welcome to

Sausalito is more than a picturesque view of San Francisco; we are a proud community abundant with artists, executives, parents, mariners, activists and entrepreneurs. We value the environment and strive to be best in class stewards of the incredible estuary that adjoins us. We are the home of a diverse history, from indigenous people to wartime boat construction to the creation of pop culture and music.

I invite you to participate in the quality of life elements that Sausalito provides its residents and visitors alike. Our tremendous variety of restaurants that serve world class culinary experiences distinct in both menu and atmosphere. Sausalito’s dedication to the arts is apparent from our residential artist enclaves, our new visitor center and the public displays throughout town.

Easy access to water recreation, boat charters, fishing and wildlife viewing along with our sunny skies and exceptional air quality makes Sausalito one of the healthiest communities in California.

Our tranquil town is close enough to the rest of the bay for your day excursions, making Sausalito the ideal spot for a quiet nights’ sleep.

Our Chamber provides resources and opportunities dedicated to the development and promotion of the professional and cultural well-being of our sea-side town.

On behalf of the Board of Directors, I welcome you to Sausalito and hope you experience the best of our community.

As President/CEO, I look forward to what the future holds for this unique bay-side village as we make our way back from the past two years. The opening of the Visitor Center in 2021 brought new opportunities for local artists & businesses to be featured year-round at our location near the ferry landing at 22 El Portal.

Our small population of 7,500 hosts thousands of visitors throughout the year. We are situated near the northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge, 6 miles from San Francisco and only an hour north to Wine Country. We welcome visitors to “Stay in Sausalito and Visit San Francisco.” We have something for everyone from our unique artist community and world class restaurants to kayaking and sailing on the Bay or a walk-through Muir Woods National Park for a little peace & tranquility.

What child would not want to visit The Marine Mammal Center or the Bay Area Discovery Museum for inspiration, imagination and exploration?

Sausalito is California’s version of Portofino, Italy, with its small village feel and wonderful Bay views. We welcome you to enjoy our little slice of Italy during the off season from October – March and avoid the crowds, but if you must, we welcome you any time of the year.

I want to thank the current chamber members and board of directors who are the catalysts for making our organization effective. I encourage all those who do business in Sausalito to join us at the chamber as we unite to shape an even stronger chamber & community with benefits for all who live, shop, own businesses, work and travel here. Enjoy this guide and membership directory, and if you have further questions call the Sausalito Chamber of Commerce, 415-331-7262 or email: chamber@sausalito.org.

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Sausalito is one-of-a-kind; so is its history. Its unique location and natural beauty have attracted iconoclasts, cultural revolutionaries, dreamers and explorers, all of whom have left their mark. At the Sausalito Historical Society’s Ice House Museum, visitors embark on a journey through Sausalito’s history via artifacts and objects from our collection as well as our interactive, state of the art multimedia displays.

5 www.sausalito.org | SAUSALITO HISTORICAL•SOCIETY A Non-Profit Alive with the Past Since 1975 RADIOSAUSALITO.ORG/ SHOWS/SAUSALITOSSECRET-HISTORY-2
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SausalitoHistoricalSociety.CatalogAccess.com The Sausalito Historical Society collects and preserves Sausalito’s history and makes it accessible, in new ways, to visitors and residents alike. The Phil Frank History Research Room (415) 289-4117 420 Litho Street, Sausalito www.sausalitohistoricalsociety.org

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IN Two hours or two days

Some come via the short ferry ride . Others choose to take an adventurous bicycle ride over the Golden Gate Bridge, spend the day and take the ferry back to San Francisco . Travelers spend the night at one of our cozy hotels, linger over breakfast or lunch at one of the many restaurants overlooking the bay and spend the day wandering our quaint little town . Whether visiting for two hours or two days, you’ll find fun shopping, delicious dining and scenery that will simply take your breath away . Read on for our tips on what to see and do in our little stretch of paradise .

Two Hours

• Walk south along Bridgeway from the center of town for scenic photographs, fresh air and exercise. Take in all the sights and sounds – the seals frolicking in the bay (including the famous sea lion statue), the SF Skyline as well as the Mediterranean hillside above the waterfront.

• Go as far as Swedes Beach via the wooden boardwalk and see the legendary Sally Stanford’s former establishment on the southernmost corner.

• Walk back to town and browse through art galleries and boutiques, including the hidden courtyard on Princess Street.

• The Sausalito Visitor Center on El Portal right in the center of town will give you a taste of Sausalito & Marin’s amazing artists and crafts persons, featuring handmade & locally designed gifts from jewelry to watercolor paintings and everything in between.

• Have lunch at one of the waterfront restaurants with spectacular views, such as Barrel House Tavern, The Trident, Salito’s Crab House & Prime Rib, Scoma’s, Seafood Peddler or The Spinnaker Restaurant just to name a few.

• Walk off your lunch by strolling along the marinas and boardwalks and admire the harbors full of boats.

• Head back to San Francisco via the ferry or drive north to Muir Woods.

• Sausalito is the perfect gateway to west Marin County and the California coastline as well as the wonders of the wine country.

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Add the following to your itinerary:

• From the center of town- across from Vina del Mar Park where the elephants stand guard over the beautiful fountain- walk up the Excelsior stairs for a panoramic view of the harbor and the bay.

• If you want to go where the locals shop then Caledonia Street is where you want to be, this little neighborhood street boosts galleries, boutiques, vintage and jewelry designers that cannot be found anywhere else.

• Catch an espresso or cappuccino at one of the sidewalk cafes in the area and watch the world go by while you catch your breath.

• Wander back towards the center of town and sample some fine California wine at one of our wine tasting establishmentsBacchus & Venus and Real Napa or sample a little vodka and admire some art at Hanson’s Gallery & Vodka Tasting.

Two Days

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Real Napa Vina del Mar Park

Nestled at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge in national parklands just minutes from San Francisco, the award-winning and LEED Gold certified Cavallo Point Lodge features panoramic bay, bridge and city views. The lodge also offers the newly reimagined Sula & Sula Lounge and casual bistro Farley, the renowned Healing Arts Center & Spa, cooking school, art gallery, hiking, yoga and a myriad of activities. An extraordinary experience for couples, families, individuals and groups.

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In addition to the itineraries previously noted:

• Visit historic Fort Baker at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge. Then take the kids to the Discovery Museum or the Marine Mammal Center for a few hours of educational entertainment and breathtaking views. Dine and drink on the deck at Cavallo Point or outside Farley’s Bar & Restaurant while savoring the same stunning views.

• Book at tour with Tours More Partners located at the Visitor Kiosk, near the ferry landing or at the Visitor Center, 22 El Portal. You can make reservations to be dropped off at Muir Woods, book a date night tour of Sausalito ending with a romantic dinner at one of our world renowned restaurants or what about a walking tour of wine & food parings.

• Book a tour with the Floating Homes Association to wander the docks admiring this legendary collection of floating homes with a tour guide to answer all your questions.

• Kayak with Sea Trek, and see Sausalito from the Bay.

• How about a private charter for a special occasion with Shanutski Charter Tours or a sail on the Bay with Modern Sailing. They provide the Captain while you relax and take in the sights.

• Tour back to the center of town and enjoy an early dinner at one of Sausalito’s waterfront restaurants and catch the last ferry boat back to the City, or continue your travels by car. cont. on page 14

Two Days

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Sausalito’s famous floating homes Go kayaking with Sea Trek

Hotel Sausalito

A boutique hotel in downtown Sausalito, California

An evolving part of Sausalito since 1915, the Hotel Sausalito has style, warmth, and history. Sixteen luxurious rooms and suites feature customdesigned furnishings, handcrafted by local artisans. The hallways are lined with strikingly accurate renditions of Matisses and Monets by Napa Valley artist Kelleen Sullivan. The hotel’s décor conjures up images evocative of the French Riviera. On the park in Sausalito, Hotel Sausalito is the ideal getaway for visitors wanting a more tranquil taste of San Francisco for vacation, honeymoon or business travel. Warmth and contemporary style define this historic hotel. Just steps from the SF Ferry, Hotel Sausalito is centrally located near boating, Golden Gate National Recreation Area hiking, coastal biking trails, art galleries, shopping and waterfront restaurants.

The Gables Inn Sausalito

Welcome to the Gables Inn Sausalito! Warm and inviting, guests at the Gables Inn enjoy spacious rooms, many with Bay views and fireplaces, and the convenience of accommodations just steps from the heart of Sausalito. The inn is located in a tranquil and peaceful setting among a grove of buckeye trees on Princess Street. With brilliantly personalized service and attention to detail, it is our pleasure to host your next visit to Sausalito!

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13 www.sausalito.org | Professional. Knowledgeable. Discreet. SHERRIE FABER, Founder & CEO 2001 Bridgeway, Sausalito | DRE#01272361 sherrie@sherriefaber.com | 415.339.9200 According to BAREIS LIS “Real estate is more than just buying & selling houses. I create meaningful relationships between Buyers & Sellers, the agents, family & home, community & neighbors. As a Sausalito resident for more than 30 years, I look forward to discussing our local market with you.” W WW .FI R ST C ALIFO R NIA R EA L TY.CO M Sausalito’s No. 1 Realtor® For The Past 15 Years We Live.Work.Play. Sausalito Princess Street Properties LLC 12-22 Proud supporters of the Sausalito Chamber of Commerce and our unique community!

Two Days

Time to savor more local activities!

• Settle into one of Sausalito’s signature overnight accommodations. Choose from The Gables Inn, a Victorian bed & breakfast; Casa Madrona Hotel, a historic landmark; Hotel Sausalito near Vina del Mar Park; The Inn Above Tide built over the Bay; or Cavallo Point Resort at Fort Baker.

• Catch breakfast and an espresso where locals and visitors mingle to start the day at Poggio, Sausalito Equator or Angelino’s Pastry Bar with locally prepared baked goods (Saturday & Sunday only).

• Stop at the Sausalito Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center, where over 25 local artists can be found in one location. Peruse the cases of artist

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designed jewelry, art in several mediums, photography, pottery and vintage collectables.

• Visit an array of interesting galleries with everything from investment fine art, vintage to whimsical creations at Bubble Street Gallery, Burlwood Gallery, Hanson Gallery, Gallery Sausalito & Working Art Studio, Tivoli Décor and Sausalito Center of the Arts (depending on the schedule of showings)

• Dine in the center of town one night and then at one of Sausalito’s famous off-the-beatenpath eateries like Seafood Peddler or Sushi Ran.

• For a more casual dining atmosphere, enjoy Saylor’s Restaurant & Bar or Sandrino’s where the locals hang out.

• Finish your evening at one of the many music venues in Sausalito including Taste of Rome or The Trident. Grab a nightcap at Smitty’s Bar on Caledonia Street, the locals’ favorite hangout.

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175+ wines from boutique California wineries, “cult” cabernets, and carefully curated Champagne in stock. 20+ wines available for tasting every day, or enjoy a glass or bottle in our upstairs lounge. Selection changes weekly.

Check our calendar for special events, www.sausalito.org, so you can enjoy these while you’re in town. Depending on the time of year, you can find live music at outdoor parks, art exhibits, art classes, community fairs, and parades.

17 www.sausalito.org | Join Us For Experiential Education Under Sail • School field trips, grades 3-University • Summer camps for ages 8–12 • Overnight programs for ages 12–17 • Tall ship sail training ages 12+ • Community sails and charters for all ages! info@callofthesea.org or call (415) 331–3214 callofthesea.org @Callof thesea COTS 1/6 AD HORIZ FINAL 11.22.22.indd 1 11/22/22 6:26 PM • Wine Tasting Everyday • Wine Bar
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SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL

1 Bacchus & Venus Wine Tasting/Gallery

Wine bar, tasting & retail featuring boutique California wines 769 Bridgeway, 415-331-2001, BacchusAndVenus.com

2 Best Friends Pet Supplies

Specializing in high quality pet supplies & unique gifts 219 Caledonia St, 415-324-7121 BestFriendsPetSupplies.com

3 Driver’s Market Specialty organic market, deli, spirits, wine & beer 200 Caledonia St, 415-729-9582, DriversMarket.com

4 Dynamic Energy Crystals

Gems, Crystals, Minerals & Jewelry 21 Princess St, 415-729-9559, SausalitoCrystalGallery.com

5 Games People Play

Traditional toy store with a variety family favorites 695 Bridgeway, 415-332-4151, SausalitoFerry.com

6 Hook House

Eclectic goods. Local artisans, clothing, jewelry, housewares 763 Bridgeway, 415-324-7033

7 Hubba Hubba

The creative side of women’s clothing, always unique & beautiful 11 Princess St, 415-331-7577, HubbaHubbaInSausalito.com

8 Katya Fused Glass Jewelry

Contemporary sterling silver jewelry with handmade fused glass 110G Caledonia St, 415-272-2301, KatyaGlass.com

9 LOVEMARIN

Local landscape photography, apparel, hats & handmade decor 595 Bridgeway, 415-729-9581, Love-Marin.com

10 Only In Sausalito General Store with Huge Variety of Apparel & Souvenirs 684 Bridgeway, 415-384-9074

11 Pegasus Leather Made in USA designer Leather Jackets, Accessories & Footwear 28 Princess St, 415-332-5624, PegasusLeather.com

12 Sausalito Books by the Bay Books, cards, gifts, wine, gelato and more 100 Bay St, 415-887-9967, SausalitoBooksByTheBay.com

13 Sausalito Ferry Company

Gift & toy store with stuff you didn’t know you needed! 688 Bridgeway, 415-332-9590, SausalitoFerry.com

14 Sausalito Jewelers

Unique collection of contemporary designer jewelry 4 Princess St, 415-331-2100, SausalitoJewelers.com

15 Sausalito Visitor Center & Tourist Information

Featuring local artists & businesses from Sausalito & Marin 22 El Portal (Ferry Landing), 415-331-7262, VisitSausalito.org

16 Soxalito

Unique Sock Gallery, thousands of socks to select from 771 Bridgeway, 415-332-3336, Soxalito.com

17 Studio 333 Boutique & Gallery

Woman’s clothing, accessories, local art & jewelry 333 Caledonia St, 415-331-8272, Studio333.info

18 Studio 333 Downtown

Locally made jewelry, art, gifts, fashion & accessories 803 Bridgeway, 415-332-5483, Studio333Downtown.com

19 Sweet Vintage

Shop our vintage clothing boutique in beautiful Sausalito! 302 Caledonia St, 415-305-5007

20 Tivoli Decor

A Great place to find unique things! 333B Caledonia St, 415-559-7149, TivoliDecor.com

21 Waterstreet Hardware & Marine Old fashioned hardware & marine store serving Sausalito 318 Caledonia St, 415-332-4318, WaterstreetHardware.com

RESTAURANTS

1 Angelino Southern Italian cuisine locally sourced 621 Bridgeway, 415-331-5225, AngelinoRestaurant.com

2 Barrel House Tavern Waterfront, urban rustic food cooked in a wood-fired oven 660 Bridgeway, 415-729-9593, BarrelHouseTavern.com

3 Copita

100% Gluten Free Mexican Restaurant & Tequila Bar 739 Bridgeway, 415-331-7400, CopitaRestaurant.com

4 Napa Valley Burger Company

Gourmet burgers-bringing Napa Valley to Sausalito 670 Bridgeway, 415-332-1454, NapaValleyBurgerCompany.com

5 Poggio Trattoria

Northern Italian Cuisine & Full Bar 777 Bridgeway, 415-332-7771, PoggioTrattoria.com

6 Salito’s Crab House & Prime Rib

Dine on our patio overlooking the water! 1200 Bridgeway, 415-331-3226, SalitosCrabHouse.com

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7 Salsalito Baja-style 1115 8 Sausalito Café 1201 9 Scoma’s Waterfront 588 10 Sushi Award 107 11 Taste Italian 1000 12 The Sustainably 1403 13 The Dramatic 100 14 The Restaurant, 558 1 Fish Family-run 817 2 Hamburgers Enjoy 737 3 Lappert’s Hawaiian 689 4 Sausalito Gift 707 5 Sausalito Locally 676

7 Salsalito Taco Shop Baja-style Mexican with a California twist 1115 Bridgeway, 415-331-5595, SalsalitoTacoShop.com

8 Sausalito Equator Coffee

Café & Coffee shop serving espresso breakfast & lunch 1201 Bridgeway, 415-729-9656, EquatorCoffees.com

9 Scoma’s

Waterfront seafood restaurant with SF Bay views 588 Bridgeway, 415-332-9551, ScomasSausalito.com

10 Sushi Ran

Award winning sushi restaurant with wine & sake bar 107 Caledonia St, 415-332-3620, SushiRan.com

11 Taste of Rome

Italian café serving breakfast, lunch & dinner 1000 Bridgeway, 415-332-7660, TasteOfRome.co

12 The Bump Bar by California Caviar Company Sustainably farmed caviar, expert pairings & elegant chef-driven menu 1403 Bridgeway, 415-332-0826, Californiacaviar.com, TheBumpBar.com

13 The Spinnaker

Dramatic SF Bay views & fresh seafood specialties 100 Spinnaker Dr, 415-332-1500, TheSpinnaker.com

14 The Trident

Restaurant, Bar, Deck with SF Bay Views, Bike & Valet Parking 558 Bridgeway, 415-331-3232, TheTrident.net

CAFES & DELIS

1 Fish & Chips

Family-run fast-food, fried & grilled seafood, burgers & sandwiches 817 Bridgeway, 415-332-2622

2 Hamburgers

Enjoy french fries & burgers served fresh off a rotating grill 737 Bridgeway, 415-332-9471

3 Lappert’s Ice Cream

Hawaiian café offering coffee & ice cream in tropical flavors 689 Bridgeway, 415-331-3035, Lapperts.com

4 Sausalito Gelato & Chocolate

Gift shop offering high-end chocolates, home-made gelato & soft serve 707 Bridgeway

5 Sausalito Sweets

Locally owned sweets, homemade ice cream & treats, coffee & boba tea 676 Bridgeway, 415-484-1544, SausalitoSweets.com

GALLERIES

1 Adele Gilani Art Gallery Art & Curation by Adele Gilani 328 Pine St, 859-489-3714, AdeleGilani.com

2 Daniel Merriam’s Bubble Street Gallery Paintings, prints, sculpture, books & more 565 Bridgeway, 415-339-0506, BubbleStreetGallery.com

3 Farley Gallery & Art Studio

Art studio & gallery, fine art/classes & private art therapy sessions 501 Caledonia St, 310-498-0800, FarleyGallery.com

4 Galerie Elektra A Gallery specializing in original oil paintings & sculptures 668 Bridgeway, 415-331-3332, GalerieElektra.com

5 Gallery Sausalito & Working Art Studio

Contemporary Paintings & Sculpture 28 Princess Ct, 415-887-9238, GallerySausalito.com

6 Hanson Gallery Fine Art & Vodka Tasting Room 38 years featuring contemporary & emerging artists 669 Bridgeway, 415-332-1815, HansonGalleryFineArt.com

7 Kokopelli Gallery

Authentic Native American arts & contemporary jewelry 705 Bridgeway, 415-331-0800, KokoPelliSausalito.com

8 Scrimshaw Gallery Fine Nautical Art, William Henry Knives, Handcrafted Redwood Bowls 19 Princess St, 415-331-1409, ScrimshawGallery.com

HOTELS

1 Casa Madrona Hotel & restaurant established in 1885 801 Bridgeway, 415-332-0502, CasaMadrona.com

2 Cavallo Point, The Lodge at the Golden Gate Luxury hotel accommodations, restaurant, spa & cooking school 601 Murray Circle, Ft. Baker, 415-339-4700, CavalloPoint.com

3 Hotel Sausalito Intimate hotel in old-world French style 16 El Portal, 415-332-0700, HotelSausalito.com

4 The Gables Inn Boutique hotel in the heart of downtown 62 Princess St, 415-289-1100, GablesInnSausalito.com

5 The Inn Above Tide Contemporary waterfront resort hotel on San Francisco Bay 30 El Portal, 415-332-9535, InnAboveTide.com

SERVICES

1 Cara Mia Lembi Properties | COMPASS Residential Realtor 323 Pine St, Ste. H, 415-786-5995, CaraMia@CaraMiaLembi.com

2 Sausalito Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information 22 El Portal, 415-331-7262, Sausalito.org

3 Sausalito Taxi Bike Taxi, Muir Woods, Airport, Pier 39 Taxi Stand – 750 Bridgeway, 415-332-5356

4 Headlands Preparatory School WASC–accredited, college-preparatory school for grades 6-12 1050 Bridgeway, 415-944-2254, HeadlandsPrep.com

ATTRACTIONS & TOURS

1 Bay Area Discovery Museum 7.5 acres of joyful play for 0-8 year olds. 577 McReynolds Rd, Fort Baker, 415-339-3900, BayAreaDiscoveryMuseum.org

2 Big Bus, San Francisco Hop-on discover, hop-off explore with Big Bus! 99 Jefferson St. (at Mason St) San Francisco, 415-716-1423, BigBusTours.com

3 Schooner Freda B Weekly sails on SF Bay, boarding in downtown Sausalito Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Slip 465, 415-331-0444, SchoonerFredaB.com

4 The Marine Mammal Center World’s largest marine mammal hospital & visitor center 2000 Bunker Rd, Marin Headlands, 415-289-7325, MarineMammalCenter.org

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RESTAURANTS

15 Saylor’s Restaurant & Bar

Lively atmosphere with Mexican & American fare 2009 Bridgeway, 415-332-1512, SaylorsRestaurantAndBar.com

ATTRACTIONS, TOURS & CLASSES

5 Call of the Sea—Matthew Turner & Schooner Seaward

On the water education, sailing on a traditionally rigged ship US Army Corps of Engineers Bay Model Pier, 2100 Bridgeway, 415-331-3214, CallOfTheSea.org

6 Modern Sailing School & Club

Sailing school & club lessons, private charters & corporate events 2310 Marinship Way, 415-331-8250, ModernSailing.com

7 Sausalito Bike Rental & Tours

Bike rentals, electric bikes, delivery available 305 Harbor Drive, 415-306-6927, SausalitoBikeRentals.com

8 Sea Trek

Daily Kayak & SUP Rentals & Tours! 2100 Bridgeway, 415-332-8494, SeaTrek.com

9 Seaplane Adventures

Come FLY WITH US! 242 Redwood Highway, Mill Valley, 888-SEAPLANE, Seaplane.com

10 Shanutski Yacht Charter Private Exclusive Yacht Charter 55 Liberty Ship Way, 415-233-3529, Shanutski.com

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22 Heath Ceramics

Hand-crafted tableware & tile since 1948 400 Gate Five Rd, 415-332-3732, HeathCeramics.com

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Local handmade pottery & classes since 2002, call for hours 610 Coloma St, #790, 415-259-9088, SausalitoPottery.com

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The Sausalito Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center is an exploration in Sausalito art and small businesses. The 2000 sq. ft. Visitor Center features 25 – 30 local artists and small businesses giving thousands of locals & visitors a chance to enjoy and purchase a piece of local art. Many of our artists do not have their own galleries or places to showcase their work, so the Visitor Center provides a perfect spot, located near the ferry landing in the middle of downtown. Mediums include oil and acrylics, pottery, photography, watercolor, jewelry, turned wood pieces, and even a few vintage & antique pieces. The chambers’ vision was to bring our artists closer to the general public where they can see, touch & enjoy. Sausalito has a rich history as an artist community and what better way to keep art in the fore front.

Check our website Sausalito.org for painting classes, pop-up art events and special trunk shows celebrating our local artists and craftspersons.

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Sausalito Center for the Arts

Sausalito Center for the Arts encompasses all forms of art and creates a unique venue that intersects culture, art and community. Displays and exhibitions change on a regular basis, so when planning your day, weekend or vacation, visit their website for more information sausalitocenterforthearts.org.

Located in the heart of downtown Sausalito and within walking distance to hotels, restaurants, ferry services and all types of retail shopping, the Center is the ideal venue for many events. The open floor plan allows for endless event configurations and can accommodate up to 100 people. It is the ideal place to hold your company or personal event.

Art Galleries

Traditional & Magical

Experience the Ultimate Artistic Journey with Adele Gilani’s Individual Painting Classes

Located in the Princess Street Courtyard, complete with water features, step into Gallery Sausalito & Working Art Studio where you might find artist and owner, Sue Averell working on her latest piece. Sue has painted all over the world, including a recently commissioned mural in India. Directly across the street, you will find Scrimshaw Galleries providing collectors of scrimshaw and maritime art an array of choices, along with the largest offering of William Henry knives, pens & money clips around.

As you walk along Bridgeway across from Scoma’s restaurant, you will find Bubble Street Gallery, where the magic begins. Artist Daniel Merriam’s whimsical pieces will take you on a journey of color, intrigue and happiness.

If Old World Art is more to your liking, Elektra from Galerie Elektra will be happy to show you art from

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around the world. Located in the historical Princess Theater you will find one of a kind original oils from renowned contemporary artists. Your next stop should be Hanson’s Fine Art Gallery & Vodka Bar for a little refreshment while taking in their two story gallery, while sipping organic vodka made by their family in Sonoma.

Floating Homes - A Walk through History

A block or two down Bridgeway from Hanson’s, you will find Burlwood Gallery, as you walk into the gallery the sparkle and light will make you feel like you are in a room of diamonds. Swarovski, fine jewelry and wall décor from around the world can be found in this family run gallery.

Waterfront living goes as far back as the 1880s, when colonies of “arks” existed off Belvedere and on the creeks of Larkspur. Arched roofs, sliding doors and decks fore and aft were hallmarks of ark design. Used chiefly as warm weather recreational boats in various quiet waterways, they were called arks – as opposed to houseboats — because they were designed to float on the bay waters at high tide and to sit on the mud flats at low tide. They were also pulled ashore during the winter. After the earthquake and fire of 1906, many arks were adapted for full-time residential use by families left homeless.

Shortly after California achieved statehood in 1850, Richardson’s Bay had been subdivided into underwater lots to create a West Coast Venice with canals and city streets. When the idea failed to materialize, the state sold the tideland lots into private ownership, but retained title to a number of the “underwater streets”. If you see what looks like a vacant berth, it’s most likely one of those mythical streets.

A walk along the docks will bring you peace, highlight the artistic talent of the floating home-owners and give you many photo opportunities. The Sausalito floating home community is a magical place.

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ICB Artists Sausalito

The landmark ICB (Industrial Center Building), located in Sausalito’s historic Marinship District, was built in 1942 as part of a large shipyard complex during WWII. Formerly known as the “Mold Loft”, the ICB is where templates and mock-ups were made in order to fabricate the raw steel for the workhorse Liberty Ships. At the start of the 1950s, artists became attracted to its big open spaces, natural light and cheap rents. Today, this three story historic structure is a working studio to more than 100 artists. Many

of their pieces are exhibited locally and some even internationally. Since 1968, the ICB artists have always welcomed the public to come into their working studios during the Winter Open Studios event held during the first weekend in December. Anyone can have the opportunity to meet the artists and talk to them about their unique creative processes and their artwork. Many of the artists make commissioned work and some even offer to teach privately or in a workshop setting, a great team building activity for groups or corporations.

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Whether you’re just passing through, you live on the other side of the bridge, or you’re looking for a weekend getaway, Sausalito is the food destination you’ve been craving . As a suburb of San Francisco, and one of the happiest sea-side towns, Sausalito maintains the bohemian, artistic vibe that was first established in the 1950s. Not only does this small town boast a celebrity chef, James Beard competition entrees, and a few Michelin honored establishments, but also the breathtaking views of San Francisco, Angel Island, Mt . Tamalpais and the bayside communities of Belvedere and Tiburon make this unique artists’ community a dining experience you’ll always remember .

With an array of locally sourced organic ingredients and gluten free options there’s something for everyone to enjoy while soaking in that laid back California-casual ambiance . Reflecting the community’s eclectic style – where fine art galleries are sprinkled amongst a plethora of retail stores– a range of authentic international cuisines are represented from Italian, Mexican, Indian and Japanese to some of the freshest seafood in the bay area .

Get Hooked

The sea to table mentality reigns supreme in all of the seafood restaurants in Sausalito. As a five-time winner of the Pacific Sun’s Best of Marin contest for Best Seafood Restaurant, Seafood Peddler strives to use only the highest quality yet affordable live Dungeness crab, wild caught gulf prawns, local Petrale Sole, Hawaiian Swordfish and Ahi Tuna, delivered fresh from fishermen daily.

Another town staple, Scoma’s Sausalito is perfect for a family gathering or a romantic date is an enchanting waterfront treasure. Floating out over the bay, Scoma’s delights with steaming whole crabs, rich hearty chowders, perfectly grilled seasonal fish and many other house specialties. Scoma’s groovy neighbor, The Trident, has been a favorite stomping ground for many famous patrons like Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia, Joan Baez, Clint Eastwood, and the Smothers Brothers.

Today The Trident is just as happening, with a vibrant variety of seafood and classic fare.

A local favorite, Fish Restaurant, an easy bike ride from the main downtown area, prides itself on knowing the name of the vessel, the fisherman who owns that boat and the manner in which every fish they take delivery of is caught.

A true surf and turf experience awaits at Salito’s Crab House & Prime Rib. For the seafood enthusiast, only Pacific Ocean Dungeness crab that weighs at least two plus pounds will grace your plate, and for the one less inclined to indulge in the ocean’s delicacies, well-marbled true prime cut is served as rare as possible. If you’re looking for local, sustainable and ethically sourced seafood, you can’t go wrong at any of these treasured establishments.

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When in Sausalito

Even if your mother cooks Italian food, you still don’t have an excuse to not try all of the Italian eateries in Sausalito. The reverence for Italian culture is palpable as you explore this quaint town, where you’re sure to find a restaurant that honors the region in Italy Mom isn’t from. Nothing feels more charmingly European in Sausalito than sitting on an outside patio sipping some espresso or wine and soaking in the action on Bridgeway.

Angelino’s is one of the longest standing restaurants, despite its many Italian competitors, and draws high marks for its authentic food. Leveraging both its bay and city views, this successful kitchen focuses on Southern Italian cuisine and makes everyone feel comfortable in their “feel free to speak Italian with us” atmosphere.

Poggio is a classic Italian trattoria with comfortable neighborhood charm and destination-caliber cuisine. Executive Chef Benjamin Balesteri sources local ingredients from the best purveyors and highlights these quality products in the daily changing menu. Chef Balesteri sources a menu that features soulful classics of Northern Italy, including a variety of antipasti, house-made pasta, spit roasted meats,

and wood-fired pizzas. He often catches the fresh fish served at Poggio with daily specials that include line-caught local salmon, tuna, and halibut. The notable wine list emphasizes vintages from Italy and Northern California, along with a unique selection of hardto-find vintages of some of the most sought after varietals in the world. Open seven days a week, they offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, a full bar, and ample private dining rooms for special celebrations. In 2022, Poggio was voted best Italian Restaurant in Marin Magazine’s Best of the County. The restaurant will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2023.

Sandrino is home to a husband and wife team who moved to Sausalito from the Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige regions of Italy. Living out their American dream, the pair celebrates their heritage by sharing with guests only the finest Northern Italian dishes. You’re sure to feel like family after indulging in the food they grew up eating.

Taste of Rome, a popular café style restaurant, in the most literal sense transports you to the streets of Rome. Here you get the unique experience of a local coffee house and a bustling Italian sidewalk café serving up tasty sandwiches, pizzas and pasta dishes.

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a variety of different oysters, fresh seafood and lots of drink specials. According to locals, it has one of the biggest and best happy hours in town.

Every hour in Sausalito is happy

Along with amazing places to eat, Sausalito has scores of fun alfresco places to imbibe, and those not to miss local spots will surely elevate your typical happy hour hangout. Barrel House

Tavern is a Sausalito favorite and offers a locally sourced menu, stunning San Francisco Bay views, and accommodating service. Happy Hour is Monday through Friday with drink specials from noon to seven.

Happy hour at Seafood Peddler is every day of the week from four to seven only in the bar area. Choose from

Sometimes referred to as Sausalito’s Cheers, you’re sure to have a good time if you head down to Saylor’s Restaurant and Bar for a taste of Cabo in Marin. They have a happy hour Monday to Friday from four to seven with smaller plates also on the menu. Got tequila? Saylor’s does, with more than 100 types of tequila this is a must check out spot even if you don’t make it in time for their happy hour. They also feature delicious dinner specials that won’t disappoint.

Although Smitty’s doesn’t feature a happy hour menu, as far as dive bars go this is as good as it gets. Cold beers on tap, pool tables, darts, shuffleboard, 7 HD TVs… what more could you want? If you want to go where the locals hang out, Smitty’s on Caledonia is a step back in time.

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Some of the restaurants in Sausalito have become landmarks. Ask any local, and they’ll know how to point you in the right direction of these diverse international restaurants.

The Spinnaker has been serving the community for the past 63 years. The world class vista offers stunning panoramic views and is rivaled only by the service and the classic American-Continental cuisine. With floor to ceiling glass windows and an award winning wine list this place makes all occasions memorable. If you’re looking for a venue to hold a wedding or special event, The Spinnaker is a place you want to check out as your guests will love being right on the water.

You can’t leave Sausalito without visiting one of the top Japanese restaurants in the U.S. Sushi Ran has netted high honors from Michelin, Zagat, San

Francisco Chronicle, Travel & Leisure, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and many others over the past 36 years. Everyone is sure to enjoy their vibrant fusion of traditional Japanese and Pacific cuisine. Their wine and sake list is unparalleled in California, and paired with their fresh sashimi and nigiri, this place is always packed. All the fish is locally caught or handpicked from a Japanese fish market.

Napa Valley Burger Co. happens to reside in the oldest brick building in Sausalito. In 2012, this burger restaurant took over, seeking to bring a taste of Napa to Marin. Sit back, relax, and enjoy their fine wines and gourmet burgers while reliving a part of history. With ten different signature burgers, their most popular is by far the one that competed for a James Beard Award.

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Quick stops & tasty bites

If you are looking for delicious quick bites, Salsalito Taco Shop is the spot for you. Serving up Baja-style Mexican with a California twist since 2002, enjoy sitting outside as you savor a Mexican beer and a few tacos while visiting with friends & family. Salsalito Tacos also has a large Vegetarian menu.

Breakfast on the run at Sausalito Equator will satisfy your taste buds. Serving locally made pastries from Cibo’s and Equator Coffee will lead to good things as their slogan states. This woman owned coffee company is named after the region where coffee grows. Sit outside with your favorite 4 legged friend or inside while you work and enjoy your treats.

Fish and Chips is a classic Sausalito eatery, where you can also find the famous Lappert’s ice cream.

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Located at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, Cavallo Point Healing Arts Center & Spa welcomes you with refreshing scents of eucalyptus and pine. Designed for nurturing and renewal, this contemporary oasis of serenity integrates the finest cultural healing practices from around the world. There’s more to enjoy as well. Refresh the body and renew the spirit in their heated meditation pool, steam rooms, jacuzzi and Zen garden.

If indoor activities are not your speed and the outdoors is calling you, hiking in Muir Woods for peace and tranquility is where you want to be. The minute you enter the redwood forest and walk among these old coastal redwoods, you will be taken to a special calming place. A Federally protected National Monument since 1908, this primeval forest is both refuge and laboratory. Plan ahead as reservations are needed to visit this special place. During the busy summer travel season both shuttle tickets and parking reservations can sell out many days in advance. You can avoid the hassle of shuttle tickets by purchasing tickets with Sausalito Muir Woods Tour at the Visitor Kiosk located near the ferry landing or at the Sausalito Visitor Center 22 El Portal, Sausalito. (see more information on page 41)

Whether you’re into relaxing or hiking in the forest, there’s an indoor or outdoor activity in Sausalito to help you get in touch with your Zen. Simply being amongst all the redwood trees, or looking out onto the bay, you’ll start to feel your head clear as you connect to nature through all your senses.

Our beautiful Bay invites many ways to enjoy the water from chartered sailing to sea kayaking. Enjoy by yourself or bring a group of friends or colleagues for some team building on the Bay.

If you’re riding your bike over the Golden Gate Bridge, it’s impossible to not pass through Sausalito. You can park your bike all day near the ferry landing so you can be close to the downtown area and the ferry. If you are headed back to San Francisco with your bike and don’t want to attempt the ride back, Blue & Gold Ferry will be happy to take you back.

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Hiking in and around Sausalito includes the Marin Headlands, Tennessee Valley, Angel Island and our famous staircases. Maps provided by The Inn Above Tide can be found at the Visitor Center. Cavallo Point Healing Arts Center & Spa

If a boating adventure is what you are seeking for your children, how about sailing on a traditional wooden tall ship? Sausalito’s Matthew Turner is an experiential learning vessel designed after the ship Galilee, which was built in the late 1800’s by ship designer Matthew Turner. The Matthew Turner is an educational vessel which serves middle school aged youth and engages them in marine environmental education. Take the entire family on a Community Sail, which is open to all ages, and no sailing experience is necessary. Experience this amazing tall ship built by volunteers while taking in the breath taking views of Sausalito and the San Francisco Bay.

Modern Sailing School & Club offers “Skippered Sails” with everything that you love about sailing and exploring San Francisco Bay - and your Captain is included.

A Skippered Sail is designed to help you relax and experience sailing in the San Francisco Bay. Hop aboard one of their yachts in Sausalito with a US Coast Guard Licensed Captain. Tours include sailing past iconic sights such as Alcatraz Island, the San Francisco City Front, Oracle Park, and under the Golden Gate Bridge or the Bay Bridge. You will also experience lesser known destinations such as Paradise Cove, Treasure Island, and Angel Island. With a skilled Captain aboard, you will be encouraged to take the helm

yourself or you can just sit back and enjoy the scenery.

Skippered Sails are a minimum of three hours long and can be customized to fit your schedule and specific goals for the day.

Shanutski Charter Tours begins at Bluewater Yacht Harbor in Sausalito, where you will receive a full safety briefing and tour of the yacht. Departing the marina, you will cruise along the charming Sausalito foreshore and under the iconic Golden Gate Bridge for a once in a lifetime, better than the postcard photo. Their tour includes breathtaking 360 degree views of the San Francisco, including the San Francisco city skyline, the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, Treasure Island, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Angel Island and more. Ending the tour by dropping anchor in Richardson Bay to allow you to take in all you have seen relaxing in the privacy of your own yacht to enjoy the views and whatever additional snacks or libations you have brought aboard. After your time soaking up the Bay, the captain will re-appear to chauffeur you safely back to the marina in Sausalito.

Schooner Freda B is a step back in time to the traditional days of sailing with this beautiful 80’ coastal schooner available for private rental and public sails on the San Francisco Bay. Certified to carry up to 49 guests plus crew.

Nothing is better for kids than expressing their ability to play and imagine. The Bay Area Discovery Museum is a place where even adults can be a child again. STEM-focused, inquiry-driven experiences that help children develop creativity and creative problem-solving skills. Bay Area Discovery Museum has something for every child from outdoor painting to Imagination Playground with soft oversized foam blocks. Best for ages 0-10.

The Marine Mammal Center located just outside of Sausalito is where marine life come to recoup. Educational tours include watching the sea lions being fed or medical staff helping an injured animal. You can enjoy a self-guided tour or special classroom programs. Bring your group to learn about their work, see seal and sea lion patients, and be inspired by the dedication of The Marine Mammal Center’s more than 1,500 volunteer workforce.

Our tours and aquatic adventures fill up fast, so make sure to make a reservation or get advanced tickets.

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Colorful Sausalito History Did you know?

two-year sentence, she learned the art of bootlegging from fellow prisoners. After her release, she headed to Ventura to open a speakeasy. Once she’d saved enough money, a 21-year-old Stanford made the move to San Francisco, and immediately opened a brothel.

Stanford’s dazzling confidence, wit, and steadfast ability to keep secrets quickly made her an infamous figure in the city. She was arrested repeatedly, but charges against her rarely stuck, and she was soon successful enough to open a second house of ill repute.

By the age of 37, Stanford, having thrown herself full force at a life of madaming, was running a high-end Nob Hill bordello that was so legendary, it was said to be frequented by the most respected politicians and businessmen in the region, as well as visiting dignitaries and celebrities from around the country. Stanford listed the likes of Errol Flynn, Frank Sinatra and Humphrey Bogart (who eventually got 86’d) as regulars. “Madaming is the sort of thing that happens to you,” Stanford wrote in her autobiography just “Like getting a battlefield commission or becoming the dean of women at Stanford University.”

Stanford moved to Sausalito and opened a restaurant, appropriately titled Valhalla. While the venue attracted celebrity customers including Marlon Brando, Bing Crosby, and Lucille Ball, and advertised itself as a venue strictly for wining and dining, local rumor and a red light at the back of the building suggested otherwise. Thanks to the Bohemian nature of the Bay Area enclave, neighbors adored and supported the Inn.

From Madam to Mayor

The movie named Lady of the House, in 1978, hit American televisions, carrying with it a story that would be utterly preposterous if it weren’t, in fact, true: a hard-bitten brothel madam works her way up to become popular mayor of a small town. This was the life story of Ms. Sally Stanford, who conquered hardship and a third-grade education, with a winning combination of sass and street smarts.

Born in 1903, in Oregon, the second of five children, Stanford’s wild spirit showed itself early. She eloped at the age of 16 and ran straight into a life of crime, immediately landing herself in prison. During her

Her good standing in the community, as well as the fact that the local council wouldn’t allow her to install an electric sign on her restaurant, eventually led to Stanford’s political ambitions. With the support of local woman’s club, it took Stanford five attempts to win a seat, but she was dogged in her determination to win in 1976. After her decision to retire in 1980, in a beautiful gesture, the council insisted on naming her “Vice Mayor For Life.”

After her death in 1982, flags around town, as well as on the Sausalito ferry, were flown at half-mast in her honor. A water fountain at the town’s ferry landing instructs visitors to “HAVE A DRINK ON SALLY.”

“If you are being run out of town,” she once said, “get in front of the crowd and make it look like a parade.”

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Jumbo & Pee-Wee - Vina del Mar Park

The Vina del Mar Park holds some interesting architectural elements. When the San Francisco 1915 Panama-Pacific Fair was created, many temporary buildings and accents were created out of an industrial-strength paper mache designed to last a year. Global artists were represented at this world-class event; about 1500 full-size sculptures adorned the 635-acre complex. Among the large sculptures on display were examples of classical-era art formats in fountains, statues and architectural accents.

The famous “Court of the Universe” complex was designed by William B. Faville, from Sausalito. Faville commissioned twelve full-size African Gray elephants, decked in finery, to be produced by the well-known ‘McKim, Mead & White design firm in New York City.

At the conclusion of the 1915 San Francisco Panama-Pacific International Exposition, the displays were destroyed. William B. Faville could not bear the thought of his beautiful elephants being destroyed, so he ferried his favorite two elephants and one beautiful paper mache fountain across the San Francisco Bay to his Sausalito home. The triangle-shaped park: Vina del Mar, in Sausalito, holds the 1915 Faville treasures.

The towns’ children named their elephants: ‘Jumbo’ and ‘Pee-Wee’ while the adults admired the stunning fountain. Against all odds, the industrial-strength paper mache materials remained intact for almost 20-years; however, during the mid-1930s, Jumbo and Pee-Wee, along with the elegant fountain, started to decompose.

Jumbo and Pee-Wee Today - During the Great Depression, money was not available to have Jumbo and Pee-Wee professionally reconstructed out of original materials. Instead, the best elephant was used to create a mold that was used to pour the two identical cement elephants that are found in the Vina del Mar Park today. The modern Vina del Mar Park elephants are among the most photographed sights in Sausalito.

Sausalito Sea Lion

The sea lion had watched over Sausalito’s waterfront for more than fiftyyears, and has come into being in two distinct iterations. It has weathered storms, tides and changes in the makeup of the City that is watches over and in the process has become more than a mere landmark.

The Origins of the Sausalito Sea Lion statue was born from the mind of beloved local artist Al Sybrian who was a longtime resident of the bayside city and a prolific artist, sculptor, and sketcher. Living near the water in Sausalito, Sybrian saw the sea lions up close on a daily basis and became enamored with their form and playfulness.

Having no funds for the materials for his project himself, Sybrian’s friends and other locals in the community began putting together a collection to fund the creation of what would become the city’s iconic landmark. In 1957, the concrete sea lion was born and sat at its bayside home for more than eight years until weather, tidal forces, and shifting ground began to deteriorate the stonework, and the sea lion began to crumble. It was rebuilt in 1966 out of bronze and stood in its rightful spot until January 2023, when heavy storms dislodged the sea lion into the Bay, and a special crane was brought in to rescue him. After fundraising efforts and a wonderful local artist Reason Bradley, repair the statue, it will be back in its rightful spot, ready for more photos.

Coast Miwok villages were visited by the Spanish ship San Carlos with the first European explorers

1838

William Richardson received a Mexican land grant called Rancho Sausalito

1893

The City is Incorporated

1915

William Faville brings elephant statues from the Panama-Pacific Exposition to Sausalito – currently residing in Vina del Mar Park

1937

The Golden Gate Bridge connected San Francisco to Sausalito

1941

The last southbound train arrived in Sausalito

1957

Sausalito Sea Lion Statue was installed, becoming the city’s iconic landmark

1942-1945

WWII – War Efforts

Sausalito ship-yards produced 93 Liberty Ships and tankers

1972

The Record Plant Opened Recording Artists included Sly & the Family Stone, Bob Marley, Tom Petty, Jimmy Buffett, Steely Dan, Fleetwood Mac and the Grateful Dead, just to name a few

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Robin Sweeny - Our first

Robin Sweeny is Sausalito’s first woman mayor and the longest-serving member of the Sausalito City Council. Born in New York City, Mrs. Sweeny moved to Sausalito in 1953, received a nursing degree from Monmouth New Jersey Medical Center and later graduated with a bachelor’s degree from what was then San Francisco State College. Sweeny, worked as an operating room nurse during most of the 28 years she served on the council. She served as Sausalito’s mayor four times during her tenure.

Elected to her first of seven consecutive terms on the council in 1968, Robin campaigned on her opposition to development along the Sausalito waterfront. Sometimes called “the library foe,” Mrs. Sweeny was a vocal opponent of a proposal to build a new

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city library along the bay prior to her run for office. She also fought against a proposed 40-acre residential project in Sausalito that would have required 20 acres of bay fill. Neither of the projects came to fruition in their intended bayfront locations.

Robin testified twice in the early 1970s before the Senate Subcommittee on National Parks in Washington, D.C., urging for the inclusion of 200

acres of Sausalito’s Wolfback Ridge in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The second time she testified, in 1974, 300 homes were under consideration for the site, and her lobbying was successful.

Robin Sweeny Park is located on Caledonia Street in front of City Hall, on any given day you can find families enjoying the park and the sounds of children playing.

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Sausalito

VISITOR CENTER

In 2021, the Sausalito Chamber of Commerce opened the Sausalito Visitor Center a place for local artists and designers to showcase their items . The goal was to provide a place where locals & visitors could view and purchase one-of-a-kind items created by local Sausalito and Marin County artists and small businesses .

Between 25 – 30 artists are on display at the Visitor Center. If you love wall art, you can select from oil, acrylic, watercolor or sketch artists. Local gifts include handmade pottery, candles, soaps and art made from recycled glass. Many travelers collect holiday ornaments of which we have a magical selection.

Some of our smaller boutique stores that are not located right down town also take advantage of

the opportunity to sell at the center.

We are located right in the middle of downtown, near the Ferry Landing and Vina del Mar Park, stop by while you are here and enjoy what our artists and local businesses have to offer. You can also pickup a Sausalito Visitor Map and other information for your visit, including ideas of where to eat, what to see and where the best place is to take a photo.

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Business Directory

AERIAL TOURS

SEAPLANE ADVENTURES

Aaron Singer

242 Redwood Highway Mill Valley, CA 94941 seaplane.com

ARCHITECTS

DNM ARCHITECTURE

415-332-4843

LOVEMARIN, LLC

Jessica Cox 415-729-9581

595 Bridgeway, Suite 3 Sausalito, CA 94965 love-marin.com

SAUSALITO CHAMBER VISITOR CENTER

Juli Vieira 415-331-7262

22 El Portal Sausalito, CA 94965 www.sausalito.org

THE MARINE MAMMAL CENTER

Jeff Boehm 415-289-7325

2000 Bunker Road - Fort Cronkhite

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.marinemammalcenter.org

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR & SERVICE

A & A AUTOMOTIVE CORP.

Michael Gallup 415-332-5460

70 Gate 5 Road

David Marlatt 415-348-8910

1A Gate 5 Road Sausalito, CA 94965 www.dnmarchitecture.com

ROBERT W. HAYES ARCHITECTS

Rosalyn Brandt 415-435-3628

620 Butte Street Sausalito, CA 94965 rwhassociates.com/studio

TYREUS DESIGN STUDIO

Arielle Blankroth .................................. 415-841-2724

1001 Bridgeway, B2 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.christietyreus.com

ART GALLERY

BURLWOOD GALLERY

Ken Nadjibi

749 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.burlwoodgallery.com

415-332-6550

DANIEL MERRIAM’S BUBBLE STREET GALLERY

Yulia Merriam

565 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.bubblestreetgallery.com

GALERIE ELEKTRA

Elektra Perkins

668 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.galerieelektra.com

415-339-0506

See our ad Inside Front Cover

415-331-3332

GALLERY SAUSALITO & WORKING ART STUDIO

Sue Averell

415-887-9238

28 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.gallerysausalito.com See our ad page 3

HANSON GALLERY FINE ART & VODKA TASTING ROOM

Judy Hanson 415-332-1815

669 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.hansongalleryfineart.com

KOKOPELLI GALLERY

Sam Jabbar

705 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.kokopellisausalito.com

SCRIMSHAW GALLERY

Mike Attaway 415-331-1409

30 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.scrimshawgallery.com

ARTIST

ANNE-MARIE DE RIVERA

Anne-Marie De Rivera 415-298-1174 480 Gate 5 Road - Studio 301 Sausalito, CA 94965 amderivera.com

LUCINDA EUBANKS, ARTIST

Lucinda Eubanks ................................ 340-514-2432 104 Hi Vista Road Sausalito, CA 94965 www.artbylucinda.com

MIKE SNEGG BOWLS

Mike Snegg 916-712-7657

14971 Lewis Road Nevada City , CA 95959 Mikesneggbowls.com

ATTRACTIONS

BAY AREA DISCOVERY MUSEUM

JJ Karcz 415-339-3900

557 McReynolds Road, Fort Baker Sausalito, CA 94965 www.baykidsmuseum.org

CALL OF THE SEA - MATTHEW TURNER

Mark Welther 415-331-3214

60C Liberty Ship Way

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.callofthesea.org See our ad page 17

MODERN SAILING SCHOOL & CLUB

Leigh Hunt 415-331-8250

2310 Marin Ship Way

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.modernsailing.com See our ad page 15

SEA TREK

Galen Licht 415-332-8494

2100 Bridgeway

Sausalito, CA 94965

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.aandasausalito.com

SAUSALITO IMPORTS - INDEPENDENT BMW

SPECIALISTS

Chris Kulina 415-332-2711

90 Gate Five Road

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.sausalitoimports.com

BAKERY

NOTHING BUNDT CAKES

Jim Greene 415-924-2500

47 Tamal Vista Boulevard, Suite G

Corte Madera, CA 94925

NothingBundtCakes.com

BAR

SMITTY’S BAR

Bill McDonald 415-332-2637 214 Caledonia Street

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.smittysbar.com

BIKE SALES & RENTALS

SAUSALITO BIKE RENTAL

Mark Ruben 415-306-6927

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.sausalitobikerentals.com

BOOKSTORE

SAUSALITO BOOKS BY THE BAY

Cheryl Popp 415-887-9967

100 Bay Street Sausalito, CA 94965

www.sausalitobooksbythebay.com

See our ad page 12

BOUTIQUE & SPECIALTY SHOPS

BEST FRIENDS PET SUPPLIES

Paul Magdycz 415-324-7121

219 Caledonia Street

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.bestfriendspetsupplies.com

415-331-0800

www.seatrek.com

DYNAMIC ENERGY CRYSTALS

Luz Elena Castro 415-729-9559

21 Princess Street

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.dynamicenergycrystals.com

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FINANCIAL - ACCOUNTING/ INVESTMENT SERVICE

ASTOR FINANCIAL GROUP

Stacy Hering Astor ............................... 415-544-0609

35 Miller Avenue, #402 Mill Valley, CA 94941 www.astorfg.com

BANK OF MARIN

Paola Arandia

2656 Bridgeway

Sausalito, CA 94965

415-289-8710

www.bankofmarin.com See our ad page 40

CALLAHAN FINANCIAL PLANNING COMPANY

William Callahan, RLP, CFA, CFP® 415-879-9655

100 Shoreline Highway, Suite 100B Mill Valley, CA 94941

callahanplanning.com/locations/mill-valley-ca-financial-advisors

EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS

David Tornes

4000 Bridgeway, Suite 103 Sausalito, CA 94965

415-459-8014

www.edwardjones.com/us-en/financial-advisor/davidtornes

MIRACLE MILE ADVISORS

Peter Karp

30 Liberty Ship Way #3150 Sausalito, CA 94965 miraclemileadvisors.com

FUNERAL SERVICES

FERNWOOD FUNERAL HOME

Kelly Martin

301 Tennessee Valley Road Mill Valley, CA 94941 www.fernwood.com

GOVERNMENT

CITY OF SAUSALITO

415-345-8185

HEALTH & FITNESS

ADAPTAHOME

Yvonne Dotson 415-847-1914 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.adaptahome.org

REIKI OF MARIN

Jennifer Brinn 415-430-5813

300 Valley Street, Suite 202 Sausalito, CA 94965 reikimarin.com

HOTELS & MOTELS

BEST WESTERN CORTE MADERA INN

Gary Stymus 415-924-1502

56 Madera Boulevard Corte Madera, CA 94925

www.cortemaderainn.com

CASA MADRONA HOTEL

Keith Wesselmann 415-332-0502

801 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.casamadrona.com

CAVALLO POINT HOTEL & SPA

Martin Nicholson ................................. 415-339-4700

601 Murray Circle, Fort Baker Sausalito, CA 94965

www.cavallopoint.com See our ad page 9

HOTEL SAUSALITO

Michael Rogers 415-332-0700

16 El Portal Sausalito, CA 94965

www.hotelsausalito.com See our ad page 11

HAWSER MARINE INSURANCE SERVICES

Samantha Fazio ................................... 415-887-9486

3030 Bridgeway, Suite 125

Sausalito, ca 94965

www.hawsermarineinsurance.com

STATE FARM INSURANCE

Jon Lam 415-331-1002

1913 Bridgeway, 1st Floor

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.jonlam.com

TARA UZIEL GOOSEHEAD INSURANCE CORP.

Tara Uziel 415-944-4436

1001 Bridgeway #553

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.goosehead.com/agents/ca/sausalito/tara-uziel

JEWELRY STORE

KATYA FUSED GLASS JEWELRY

Katya Wittenstein 415-272-2301 110G Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.katyaglass.com

SAUSALITO JEWELERS

Sam Jabbar 415-331-2100 4 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.sausalitojewelers.com

LAUNDRY SERVICE

SUNSHINE LAUNDRY

415-383-7100

TAMALPAIS MOTEL

Mahendra (Mike) Arvind 415-381-4775

680 Redwood Highway Mill Valley, CA 94941

www.tamalpaismotel.com

THE GABLES INN - SAUSALITO

Michael Rogers 415-289-1100

Wendy Black 415-729-9323 105 Second Street Sausalito, CA 94965 thesunshinelaundry.com

LEGAL SERVICES

JOAN COX - SAUSALITO CITY COUNCIL

Chris Zapata

415-289-4152 420 Litho Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.sausalito.gov

IAN SOBIESKI - VICE MAYOR 420 Litho Street Sausalito, CA 94965

MCE

62 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965

www.gablesinnsausalito.com See our ad page 11

THE INN ABOVE TIDE

Mark Flaherty 415-332-9535 30 El Portal Sausalito, CA 94965

www.innabovetide.com See our ad Back Cover

Joan Cox 415-754-8269 PO Box 2291 Sausalito, CA 94966 www.joancoxforcouncil.org

O’HAGAN MEYER

Dennis Srazulo 415-578-6900 221 Caledonia Street Sausalito, Ca 94965 ohaganmeyer.com

MARINE CHARTERS

Sebastian Conn

704-975-0187 1125 Tamalpais Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901 www.mcecleanenergy.org

SAUSALITO PUBLIC LIBRARY

INSURANCE AGENCY/BROKERS

CARPENTER BENEFITS

Mark Carpenter 650-590-1155

306 6th Avenue, #C

ANGEL ISLAND TIBURON FERRY INC.

Ashley Kristensen 415-435-2131 21 Main Street Tiburon, CA 94920

www.angelislandferry.com See our ad page 12

Abbot Chambers

415-289-4123 420 Litho Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.sausalitolibrary.org

GROCERY STORE DRIVER’S MARKET

Adam Driver

200 Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965 driversmarket.com

415-729-9582

San Mateo, CA 94401

www.carpenterbenefits.com

GREER WESTERINK - NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE

Greer Westerink 415-254-0452

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.newyorklife.com/agent/gwesterink

SCHOONER FREDA B

Marina O’Neill ...................................... 415-331-0444

Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Slip 465 Sausalito , CA 94965

www.schoonerfredab.com

SHANUTSKI CHARTER TOURS

Timothy Valka 415-233-3529

55 Liberty Ship Way Sausalito, CA 94965

www.shanutski.com See our ad page 15

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MARINE SERVICES

BLUE WATER YACHT HARBOR

Chris Lacey

55 Liberty Ship Way Sausalito, CA 94965

www.bluewateryachtharbor.com

KKMI SAUSALITO, LLC

415-289-0135

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

BAY FUSION

Jonathan Sassani 415-314-9574

30 Liberty Ship Way, Suite 3010 Sausalito, CA 94965

www.bayfusion.com

NON-PROFIT

Kerry Keefe 415-332-5564

420 Harbor Drive Sausalito, CA 94965 www.kkmi.com

SCHOONMAKER POINT MARINA

Michael Reiney

85 Liberty Ship Way, #205 Sausalito, CA 94965

www.schoonmakermarina.com

SPAULDING MARINE CENTER

Tom Miller

600 Gate Five Road Sausalito, CA 94965 www.spauldingcenter.org

415-331-5550

FLOATING HOMES ASSOCIATION

Linda Futrell 425-652-0480

PO Box 3054 Sausalito, CA 94965

www.floatinghomes.org

GALILEE HARBOR COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

Brad Cornelius 415-332-8554

300 Napa Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.galileeharbor.org

415-332-3179

MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS

ICB ARTISTS ASSOCIATION

Leslie Allen 415-331-2222

480 Gate Five Road, Suite 206 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.icbartists.com

SAUSALITO WOMAN’S CLUB

Renee Lee ........................................... 415-332-2700

120 Central Avenue

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.sausalitowomansclub.org

PET GROOMING

COVE GROOMING

Paul Magdycz 415-332-2683

203 2nd Street

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.covegrooming.com

SHAMPOOCH

Carlos Trujillo 415-331-3647 331 Caledonia Street

Sausalito, CA 94965 www.greenshampooch.com

PHOTOGRAPHER

GARY FERBER PHOTOGRAPHY

Gary Ferber 415-331-6262 PO Box 193 Sausalito, CA 94966 www.garyferberphotography.com

ANDREA MORGAN ...............................

425-765-8695 Sausalito, CA 94965

MEDIA/NEWSPAPER

MARIN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL

Rob Devincenzi

103 Shoreline Parkway, Suite 103 San Rafael, CA 94903 www.marinij.com

MARIN MAGAZINE

Maeve Walsh

One Harbor Drive, Suite 208 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.marinmagazine.com

MARINSCOPE

415-382-7204

POINT BONITA YMCA

Sean Dries 415-331-9622

981 Fort Barry, GGNRA Sausalito, CA 94965 www.ymcasf.org/ptbonita

SAUSALITO BEAUTIFUL

Morgan Pierce PO Box 222 Sausalito, CA 94966 www.sausalitobeautiful.org

SAUSALITO CENTER FOR THE ARTS

415-332-4800

Monica Finnegan 415-412-7336

750 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.sausalitocenterforthearts.org See our ad page 27

SAUSALITO FOUNDATION

Dianna Stone ....................................... 415-403-1073

P.O. Box 8 Novato, CA 94941 www.MarinLocalNews.com

MEDICAL

ELIZABETH S. SUTHERLAND, PSYD - GEROPSYCHOLOGIST

Elizabeth Sutherland

3001 Bridgeway, #181 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.ElizabethSutherlandPsyD.com

LAURENCE M. BROWNSTEIN, DDS

Laurence Brownstein, DDS

30 Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.onehealthysmile.com

SAUSALITO OPTOMETRY

Maureen McCoy, O.D.

33 Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965

www.Sausalito-optometry.com

415-686-0218

Felicity Kirsch PO Box 567 Sausalito, CA 94966 www.thesausalitofoundation.com

SAUSALITO HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Jerry Taylor 415-289-4117

420 Litho Street

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.sausalitohistoricalsociety.com See our ad page 5

SAUSALITO ON THE WATERFRONT FOUNDATION

Mervyn Regan 415-331-7211

3030 Bridgeway Suite 117 Sausalito, CA 94965

GINA RISSO PHOTOGRAPHY

Gina Risso 415-307-4641 33 Buckelew Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.ginarissophoto.com

MICHAEL R. LEWIS PHOTOGRAPHY

Michael Lewis 661-246-8466 Sausalito, CA 94965

PHOTOGRAPHY BY PRIVETTE

Herman Privette 415-332-8242 Sausalito, CA 94965

www.PhotographyByPrivette.com

PLUMBING

BURKELL PLUMBING, INC

Jake Newman 415-332-3091 2000 Bridgeway

Sausalito, CA 94965 www.burkell.com

PRINTER

JOANNE’S PRINT SHOP

Dea Belrose 415-332-1344 2000 Birdgeway

Sausalito, CA 94965 joannesprintshop.com

PRIVATE CLUB

415-332-2458

www.sausalito-on-the-waterfront.org

SAUSALITO SISTER CITIES, INC.

Harry Chapman

319 Sausalito Boulevard

Sausalito, CA 94965

SAUSALITO CRUISING CLUB

David Hanson 415-332-9349 300 Napa Street

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.sausalitocruisingclub.org

415-331-0121

sausalitosistercities.org

SAUSALITO VILLAGE

Tricia Smith 415-332-3325 PO Box 208

Sausalito, CA 94966

www.sausalitovillage.org

SAUSALITO YACHT CLUB

Pamela Andres 415-332-7400 100 Humboldt Avenue

Sausalito, CA 94966

www.sausalitoyachtclub.org

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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

L&L PROPERTY MANAGEMENT / L&L REALTY

Barbara Luhrs 415-339-2000

212 Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.llpm.com

LORON INVESTMENTS

Pete Petri

PO Box 558 Tiburon, CA 94920

415-407-9660

NEXT CENTURY ENTERPRISES - JAMES GABBERT

James Gabbert 415-331-6020

2330 Marinship Way, Suite 200 Sausalito, CA 94965

PRINCESS STREET PROPERTIES LLC

Nevena Bailey 415-609-7428

14 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965

THE KIMBER COMPANIES

Kim Huff

10 Liberty Ship Way, Suite 150 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.kimber.net

REAL ESTATE

CARA MIA LEMBI PROPERTIES

See our ad page 13

415-331-6466

PIAZZA TRADING & CO.

Takeo Koshikawa ................................. 415-331-6711

819 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.piazzatrading.com

ROBERT H GREENE REAL ESTATE

John Greene 415-456-5323 707 C Street San Rafael, CA 94901 www.rhgreene.com

REFUSE - WASTE MANAGEMENT

MARIN COUNTY HAZARDOUS & SOLID WASTE MGMT Steven Devine 415-473-2711 899 Northgate Drive San Rafael, CA 94903 www.ZeroWasteMarin.org

RESIDENT - COMMUNITY SUPPORTER

ANN ARNOTT 415-332-3812 Sausalito, CA 94965

DANIEL DANILOFF 415-332-3278 Sausalito, CA 94965

LYNN N SPILLER 415-385-1253 Sausalito, CA 94965

COPITA, LP

Felix Barker 415-331-7400

739 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.copitarestaurant.com

DITA’S MARIN

Nikita Khandheria 415-289-0118 562 Bridgeway Sausalito , CA 94965

www.ditasmarin.com

FISH RESTAURANT

William Foss 415-331-3474 350 Harbor Drive Sausalito, CA 94965

www.331Fish.com

GALLO ROSSO ITALIAN STEAKHOUSE

John Rabadi 415-729-9034

2633 Bridgeway, Suite A Sausalito, CA 94965 gallorossosteak.com

NAPA VALLEY BURGER COMPANY

Sandra Martinez 415-332-1454

670 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.napavalleyburgercompany.com

POGGIO TRATTORIA

See our ad page 33

Cara Mia Lembi

415-786-5995 Sausalito, CA 94965

www.caramialembi.com

COMPASS- CAMARA & NADINE

Camara Scremin

32 Miller Avenue Mill Valley, CA 94941

See our ad page 16

415-902-7183

ENGEL & VOLKERS INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE

Maria Michener

539 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 sausalito.evusa.com

FIRST CALIFORNIA REALTY, INC.

Sherrie Faber

2001 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.firstcaliforniarealty.com

INDUSTRIAL CENTER BUILDING

Nancy Ilg

480 Gate Five Road, Suite 246 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.icbbuilding.com

415-887-9925

MELISSA BLAUSTEIN - SAUSALITO MAYOR Sausalito, CA 94965 415-425-1472 www.melissaforsausalito.org

MONICA FINNEGAN & MIKE KELLY 415-412-7336 Sausalito, CA 94965

PEGGY TOTH 415-302-6490 Sausalito , Ca 94965

PETER & SHELBY VAN METER 415-332-5291 Sausalito, CA 94965

RAY WITHY 415-300-5791 Sausalito, CA 94965

STEPHEN BOGEL 415-453-2099 Fairfax, CA 94930

Amy Svenberg 415-332-7771 777 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.poggiotrattoria.com

SALITO’S CRAB HOUSE & PRIME RIB

Peter Demarest 415-331-3226

1200 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.salitoscrabhouse.com

SANDRINO

Alessandro Montagna 415-729-9166 45 Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.sandrino-sausalito.com

SAYLOR’S RESTAURANT AND BAR

415-331-6100

See our ad page 13

415-332-0730

SUSAN ROE 415-637-7716 Sausalito, CA 94965

RESTAURANTS

ANGELINO RESTAURANT & PASTRY BAR

Teresa Ancona 415-331-5225 621 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.angelinorestaurant.com See our ad page 35

Sean and Sonja Saylor 415-332-1512 2009 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.SaylorsRestaurantandBar.com

SCOMA’S SAUSALITO

See our ad page 35

Roland Gotti 415-332-9551

588 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.scomassausalito.com

JOE BURNS - VANGUARD PROPERTIES

Joe Burns............................................. 415-450-8855

Sausalito, CA 94965 www.joesellsmarin.com

LANGSAM REALTY - MARSHA AUGUST

Marsha August 415-601-7273 PO Box 989

Sausalito, CA 94965

MICHELE AFFRONTE REALTOR - CADRE#02066457

Michele Affronte 541-205-1460 Sausalito, CA 94965

BARREL HOUSE TAVERN

Jack Sherwood 415-729-9593

660 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965

www.barrelhousetavern.com See our ad page 1

CALIFORNIA CAVIAR

Deborah Keane 415-332-0822

302 Caledonia Street, Suite 6 Sausalito, CA 94965 californiacaviar.com

SEAFOOD PEDDLER

See our ad page 33

Lisa Morningside 415-332-1492 303 Johnson Sausalito, CA 94965

www.seafoodpeddler.com

See our ad page 32

SHOW DE CARNES BRAZILIAN STEAKHOUSE

Celso Mattos Weller 512-554-5077 196 Donahue Street Sausalito, CA 94965

www.showdecarnesusa.com

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SUSHI RAN

Yoshi Tome .......................................... 415-332-3620 107 Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.sushiran.com See our ad page 31

TASTE OF ROME

Dammith Rupersingam 415-332-7660 1000 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.tasteofrome.com

THE SPINNAKER

Jeff Scharosch

415-332-1500

100 Spinnaker Drive Sausalito, CA 94965 www.thespinnaker.com See our ad page 31

THE TRIDENT

Rick Enos 415-331-3232

558 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.thetrident.net

SAUSALITO VISITOR CENTER

ANNE DAVIS FINE ART

GALLERY SAUSALITO & WORKING ART STUDIO

Sue Averell........................................... 415-887-9238

28 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.gallerysausalito.com See our ad page 3

HUBBA HUBBA

Chelsea 415-331-7577

11 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.hubbahubbainsausalito.com

JANET DEMAIO - ARTIST

Janet Demaio 646-247-3212

16 Hill Avenue Fairfax, CA 94930 Jdemaiodraws.com

KATYA FUSED GLASS JEWELRY

Katya Wittenstein 415-272-2301

110G Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.katyaglass.com

LOVEMARIN, LLC

MARINSHIP SELF STORAGE

Mike Johnson....................................... 415-331-7867

2340 Marinship Way

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.sausalitostorage.com

TOURS

BIG BUS TOURS SAN FRANCISCO

Nicole Ritthaler 415-433-1657

Pier 41 San Francisco, CA 94133

www.bigbustours.com/en/san-francisco/san-francisco-bus-tours

GOURMET WINE & FOOD TOURS

Renee ReBell ....................................... 415-250-2273 Sausalito, CA 94965

www.gourmetfoodandwinetours.com/tour/sausalitofood-wine-tour See our ad Inside Back Cover

THE TOUR STORE - MUIR WOODS SHUTTLE

Anne Davis...........................................

415-332-9217 PO Box 1678 Sausalito, CA 94966 www.annedavis-fineart.com

BARBIE ROSE STUDIOS

Barbie Rose

25 Rodeo Avenue, Apartment 35 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.barbierose.com

BEST FRIENDS PET SUPPLIES

Paul Magdycz

219 Caledonia Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.bestfriendspetsupplies.com

CARLSON FINE ARTS

Kay Carlson

480 Gate 5 Road, Suite 331 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.kaycarlson.com

DEBRA J INMAN ARTISAN JEWELRY

Debra Inman

480 Gate 5 Road, Suite 305 Sausalito, CA 94965

DIRTBOY CERAMICS

415-847-3773

Jessica Cox 415-729-9581 595 Bridgeway, Suite 3 Sausalito, CA 94965 love-marin.com

MEILI ZHAO WATERCOLORS

Meili Bruinsma ..................................... 415-299-4187

1515 3rd Street San Rafael, CA 94901 meilizhaopaints.com

NORTH BAY CANDLEWORKS

Doug Commer 615-540-9331

415-324-7121

757 Lincoln Avenue #19 San Rafael, CA 94901 northbaycandleworks.com

ROSEMAY TAPIA - TAPIA ART

Rosemary Tapia Sausalito, CA 94965

415-331-9520

SAUSALITO POTTERY

Lorna Newlin 415-259-9088

610 Coloma Street, Suite 790 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.artspan.org/artist/Lorna%20Newlin

415-326-7931

SCRIMSHAW GALLERY

Jason Landis 415-684-3885

10 East Pier Sausalito, CA 94965 www.dirtboyceramics.com

DYNAMIC ENERGY CRYSTALS

Luz Elena Castro

21 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.dynamicenergycrystals.com

ERIN ADAMS JEWELRY

415-729-9559

Mike Attaway 415-331-1409 30 Princess Street Sausalito, CA 94965 www.scrimshawgallery.com

SOXALITO

Aness Pogni 415-332-3336 771 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA 94965 www.Soxalito.com See our ad page 16

TEDDIE HATHAWAY GLASS AFLOAT

Teddie Hathaway 415-299-3381

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.teddiehathaway.com

Jonathan Dubois 415-640-4622 22 El Portal Sausalito , CA 94965 thetourstoreexpress.com

TRANSPORTATION

BLUE & GOLD FLEET

See our ad page 14

Sue Muzzin 415-705-8290 Pier 41, Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco, CA 94133

www.blueandgoldfleet.com

SAUSALITO BIKE RETURN

Lisa Scopazzi 1001 Bridgeway, #125 Sausalito, CA 94965 www.sausalitobikereturn.com

SAUSALITO TAXI

See our ad page 14

Kevin Carroll 415-332-5356 2130 Redwood Highway, F-14 Greenbrae, CA 94904 sausalitotaxi.com

UTILITY

See our ad page 16

PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY

Mark Van Gorder

WEBSITE DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT

ADOBE

Ellen Sartin 408-753-5826 345 Park Avenue San Jose, CA 95110

www.adobe.com/acrobat/online/pdf-to-jpg.html

WINE BAR

BACCHUS & VENUS

Todd Wheeler....................................... 415-331-2001 769 Bridgeway

831-529-8235 Sausalito, CA 94965

Erin Adams

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.bacchusandvenus.com

See our ad page 17

STORAGE

415-310-0752 www.mubbabubba.com

GABE GABELMAN

ALL OVER MARIN MINI-STORAGE - SAUSALITO

Del Baldwin 415-332-6520 415 Coloma Street

Sausalito, CA 94965

www.marinministorage.com

REAL NAPA WINE

Linda Fotsch 415-332-0105 611 Bridgeway

Sausalito, CA 94965 www.realnapa.com

See our ad page 34

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48 | Sausalito Vistior & Business Guide Angel Island Tiburon Ferry Inc. 12 www.angelislandferry.com Angelino Restaurant & Pastry Bar ...................................... 35 www.angelinorestaurant.com Bacchus & Venus 17 www.bacchusandvenus.com Bank of Marin 40 www.bankofmarin.com Barrel House Tavern ........................................................... 1 www.barrelhousetavern.com Blue & Gold Fleet 14 www.blueandgoldfleet.com Call Of The Sea - Matthew Turner 17 www.callofthesea.org Cara Mia Lembi Properties................................................ 16 www.caramialembi.com Cavallo Point Hotel & Spa ................................................... 9 www.cavallopoint.com Daniel Merriam’s Bubble Street Gallery Inside Front Cover www.bubblestreetgallery.com First California Realty, Inc. 13 www.firstcaliforniarealty.com Gallery Sausalito & Working Art Studio ................................ 3 www.gallerysausalito.com Gourmet Wine & Food Tours Inside Back Cover www.gourmetfoodandwinetours.com/tour/sausalito-food-wine-tour Hotel Sausalito 11 www.hotelsausalito.com Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) .. 40 www.marincitycdc.org Modern Sailing School & Club 15 www.modernsailing.com Napa Valley Burger Company 33 www.napavalleyburgercompany.com Princess Street Properties LLC 13 Real Napa Wine 34 www.realnapa.com Salsalito Taco Shop 34 www.salsalitotacoshop.com Sausalito Books by the Bay .............................................. 12 www.sausalitobooksbythebay.com Sausalito Center for the Arts 27 www.sausalitocenterforthearts.org Sausalito Equator Coffee 35 www.equatorcoffees.com/pages/sausalito-equator Sausalito Historical Society ................................................ 5 www.sausalitohistoricalsociety.com Sausalito Taxi 16 sausalitotaxi.com Saylor’s Restaurant and Bar 35 www.SaylorsRestaurantandBar.com Scoma’s Sausalito ........................................................... 33 www.scomassausalito.com Seafood Peddler .............................................................. 32 www.seafoodpeddler.com Shanutski Charter Tours 15 www.shanutski.com Soxalito 16 www.Soxalito.com Sushi Ran........................................................................ 31 www.sushiran.com Sweet Vintage 16 sweetvintagesausalito.myshopify.com The Gables Inn - Sausalito 11 www.gablesinnsausalito.com The Inn Above Tide ...............................................Back Cover www.innabovetide.com The Spinnaker 31 www.thespinnaker.com The Tour Store - Muir Woods Shuttle 14 thetourstoreexpress.com Tivoli Decor 17 www.tivolidecor.com Advertiser Index

The Sausalito Food & Wine Tour is a foodie’s ideal way to maximize 3.5 hours, savoring our bayside village through the best restaurants with a local guide For 8 years we have been showcasing The Spinnaker, Poggio, Barrel House and Bar Bocce through storytelling that gives Sausalito her saucy name and history. This is an especially meaningful tour for those that love music and art as well as luxury food and wine Find out why

The Sausalito Food & Wine Tour is a foodie’s ideal way to maximize 3 5 hours, savoring our bayside village through the best restaurants with a local guide For 8 years we have been showcasing The Spinnaker, Poggio, Barrel House and Bar Bocce through storytelling that give Sausalito her saucy name and history. This is an especially meaningful tour for those that love music and art as well as luxury food and wine Find out why

The Sausalito Food & Wine Tour is a foodie’s ideal way to maximize 3.5 hours, savoring our bayside village through the best restaurants with a local guide For 8 years we have been showcasing The Spinnaker, Poggio, Barrel House and Bar Bocce through storytelling that gives Sausalito her saucy name and history. This is an especially meaningful tour for those that love music and art as well as luxury food and wine. Find out why.

The Sausalito Food & Wine Tour is a foodie’s ideal way to maximize 3.5 hours, savoring our bayside village through the best restaurants with a local guide For 8 years we have been showcasing The Spinnaker, Poggio, Barrel House and Bar Bocce through storytelling that give Sausalito her saucy name and history. This is an especially meaningful tour for those that love music and art as well as luxury food and wine. Find out why.

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