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1. Copita Tequileria Y Comida739 Bridgeway, Sausalito
2. Bar Bocce1250 Bridgeway, Sausalito
3. The Trident558 Bridgeway, Sausalito
4. Scoma's Sausalito588 Bridgeway, Sausalito
5. Barrel House Tavern660 Bridgeway, Sausalito
6. Fast Food Francais39 Caledonia St, Sausalito
7. Smitty's Bar214 Caledonia St, Sausalito
8. No Name Bar757 Bridgeway, Sausalito
Turns out the Golden Gate Bridge isn't just for tourists to gawk at after all. Get your ass over the beast now, and into Downtown Sausalito, where you'll find Copita, a Mexican restaurant and tequila bar. The owners pride themselves on serving up seasonal food and using fresh, local ingredients. No dish better represents this philosophy than their sublime guac that's made with a just-right portion of serrano chili that comes straight from the owners' personal garden.
The latest addition to the Real Restaurants Group 13-territory empire (Bix, Betelnut, Zero Zero, etc.), BB is a Sausalito waterfronting pizza-slinger that seats 52, including 30 in the cedar-rich interior and 22 on a badass back patio that overlooks a pergola-covered firepit and a granite-sanded 55'x10' bocce ball court that's fully lit, so try not to take what it says too personally.
Decorated with the original The Trident 1960s decor, this revamped version offers satisfying and upscale seafood dishes, using organic and sustainably produced ingredients.
Perfect for lunch or dinner, this bay-side haunt serves up fresh seafood ranging from the catch of the day, to whole steamed crabs, to their house specialty, the Shellfish Sauté. Be sure to supplement your dinner with a glass from Scoma's extensive wine menu, and then end the evening with chocolate torte and raspberry sauce.
Not only does BHT offer some terrific views of the bay, it also pours barrel-aged cocktails and serves a boat-load (!) of seafood dishes, as well as some crazy-good meat options.
Fast Food Francais, or F3 if you're not a nerd, serves up American-style fast with French accents, like their cheddar melt made with Cabot fondue.
Juke boxes. Karaoke. Pool tables. Sports on five different screens, plus seasonally rotating taps. You have officially arrived in dive bar heaven.