Duration: 3.5 hours
Location: Our Sausalito Food Tour takes place on Bridgeway along the beautiful bay with sweeping views.
Hold the wine
In order to preserve the quality and conversational flow of our tour, we limit our public tours to ten guests. Tickets are non-refundable. We reserve the right to interchange a restaurant due to an unlikely circumstance.
Best panoramic views in Bay Area
4-courses with wine, last stop coffee
Lunch tours start at 11:30 am
Tours operate rain or shine
Small Groups average 4 guests
Dietary restriction substitutions
Convenient ferry ride from San Francisco
5-star reviews on Yelp & Trip Advisor
Your tour guide will greet you near the ferry terminal between the parking lot and Bridgeway. More details to come once your tour is booked.
Older establishment, but the panoramic views never get old. We often start the tour here with our West Marin and Sonoma Cheese and fruit plate paired with bubbles.
This restaurant was originally opened by the Kingston Trio. Learn who had her own table, who waited on tables and what famous drink was born at The Trident's bar.
Larry Mindel's restaurant Poggio is our classy stop for a scrumptious and hearty Italian offering with a Barbara pairing. Warm bread & butter included!
We enjoy our finale at this beach-side hotspot. It is here we switch gears and pair our delicious dessert with French-press coffee.
Pick Me Up Chocolate
We stop in so you can select an organic and local chocolate. It is the hardest and only decision you have to make on our tour.
Parking is available and plentiful at Cornerstone, Sonoma.
Unless it is the Yountville experience, we leave it to our guest’s discretion as to whether they feel they want to bring their children, but unless they are in a stroller, their spot would need to be paid for due to our small group sizes and how we fit at a table. We have only had 3 babies in three years and only on the Sonoma experience. Older kids, 12 and over, are fine on any of our tours.
If it is hard to tell age, we will ask for ID to honor our partner’s wishes. They usually will check again. For this reason, please make sure you bring your ID when participating on a tour.
Because the Yountville Tour happens for micro-groups only, it would be challenging to bring children unless you are signing up to fill all the spaces. We have professional services we could recommend for a certified nanny. BTW: All of our guides LOVE kids and most of us are parents, some of us grandparents!
Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can accommodate your needs.
Absolutely not! Our tours combine food and wine commentary, historical facts, local culture and culinary insight into a unique 3-hour experience. While our Sonoma tour showcases more history after food and wine, Yountville stories include our celebrity chefs and stories of the Michelin Guide. Imagine walking through destination towns in California, eating reputable chef’s most delicious foods and sipping world-class wine, all while learning the neighborhoods from real locals.
The tours are held rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. We also provide ponchos in case of sudden weather changes or if you do not have your own umbrella. However, we advise to check the weather conditions for your days event and dress appropriately.
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Neil, Perth Austrailia
One of the best things to do when visiting San Fran. Get a ferry over to Sausalito - a charming town across the bay - and book Renee's gourmet tour. Great selection of venues, and food and wine pairings. A small, intimate occasion in a fabulous setting. A highlight for us!