Sausalito Food and Wine Tour on Bridgeway

Duration: 3.5 hours

Location: Our Sausalito Food Tour takes place on Bridgeway along the beautiful bay with sweeping views.

Wine Lover

$155

21+

Just the Food!

$135

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.

Don't wander aimlessly in Sausalito. Let us guide you to the best restaurants in town for expert pairings with rich stories of the past.

  • A ferry boat or water taxi ride across from San Francisco
  • Farm-to-table and sea-to-table offerings with Napa or Italian varietals
  • Michelin Guide or on Michael Bauer's Top 100 Bay Area Restaurants.
  • To-die-for panoramic views of Tiburon, Angel Island, Alcatraz & SF
  • Learn about Sausalito's historic significance
  • Fun, local guides who have worked in the food and wine industry

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


What to Expect

Sausalito Meet and Greet

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.

The Spinnaker

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.

The Trident

This restaurant was originally opened by the Kingston Trio. It was the birthplace of the Tequila Sunrise, but we enjoy Frank Family Pinot and seafood on our stop.

Poggio

Larry Mendel's restaurant Poggio is our classy stop for a scrumptious and hearty offering with Barbara. While tourists easily find it, its the locals that are here for lunch.

Bar Bocce

We enjoy our finale at this beach-side hotspot. It is here we switch gears and pair our unique 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.