Grand Prairie, Texas
July 11, 2001
Scoma's Of Sausalito has the advantage of a prime Sausalito location. Housed on an old Victorian tugboat pier, the views of Tiburon, Angel Island and the mist-shrouded City can't be beat. The menu offers the standard waterfront fare but the execution is fairly consistent. The crowds have been lining up for thirty years. You can't go wrong with a steaming bowl of littleneck clams with a Ceasar salad or one of the daily offerings of simply prepared grilled fish. You'll find that Scoma's Of Sausalito dishes up American food known for their pasta, sandwiches and seafood. Expect the average entrée to cost $20 to $30, and patrons are quite appropriate dressing casual, but fashionable.
I have had a few of the seafood dishes and the Combination Louis, which you can share with someone if you want. The crab is fresh daily and it is wonderful to eat.
If you can't make it to Marin County, but are in San Fransisco, you can enjoy its sister restaurant in the Fisherman's Wharf area.
From journal Secrets to the Bay Area