Thursday, September 5, 2013

Scoma's in Sausalito

Scoma's is a local treasure! Located right on the Sausalito waterfront overlooking San Francisco, Tiburon, and Angel Island, Scoma's has been family owned for over 44 years. Opened in 1969,this charming seafood restaurant was a joint venture between the Scoma and the Gotti families, both well known in the San Francisco restaurant industry.

The building itself is a heritage landmark and is included on the national register of historic buildings; during the 19th century, this picturesque Victorian building used to offer a busy tugboat/ferry service to the mainland.

Nowadays Scoma's is popular with both locals and visitors. With its romantic setting and lovely sea views, the restaurant is the perfect place to go for fresh seafood, creatively and beautifully prepared. A table outside is lovely on a sunny day, but even in the fog, every table inside has a view.

After a breezy ferry ride and a brisk walk along the front, we were delighted to discover this romantic Italian restaurant. Luckily for me, Sand Dabs (a sweeter and smaller version of sole) was in season and I was able to enjoy one of my favorite fish dishes.

My husband had the Fish Tacos which were also insanely good.

Scoma's of Sausalito
588 Bridgeway

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