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Nevada Valley & Marinship North
This is one of a series of pages on each of Sausalito’s Neighborhoods, with links to Restaurants, Hotels, Bus Stops and Activities in each area. Click here to return to the Neighborhoods Index.
The largest neighborhood in Sausalito in land area, Nevada Valley is a residential area in the widest valley of Wolfback Ridge, the spine of the Coast Range Mountains that provides the backdrop to Sausalito. Located in the northern one third of town, Nevada Valley meets the Bay in the landfill of the northern portion of the huge Marinship Shipyards from World War II. Marinship now houses offices, houseboat piers, marine businesses and restaurants.
Many locals refer to this area as simply “Up by Mollie Stone’s” or “Up by the Post Office.” It also includes the ICB Building, a World War II era structure that houses one of the largest working artist groups in the United States.
|Anchorage 5 (Diner, American and Mexican)|
|Avatar’s (Indian-Mexican Fusion, Individualized Menu)|
|Bridgeway Bagel (Bagels and Sandwiches)|
|Dario’s Pizza (Pizza)|
|Feng Nian (Chinese)|
|Fish (Fresh Organic Seafood)|
|Kitti’s Place (Thai, Pan-Asian)|
|Louie’s Delicatessen (Deli)|
|Mollie Stone’s (Deli)|
|Sausalito Seahorse (Seafood, Music Nightly)|
|Taste of the Himalayas (Indian and Nepali)|
|Tommy’s Wok (Chinese)|
|There are no hotels in this neighborhood. The closest hotels are just north in Mill Valley on the border with Marin City.|
Bus Stops (Click here for more information)
|Bridgeway at Ebb Tide|
|Bridgeway at Gate Five Road|
|Bridgeway at Coloma|
|Bridgeway at Harbor (by Mollie Stone’s)|
|Bridgeway at Nevada|
|Gate Five Road & Gate 6 Road Houseboats|
|Heath Ceramics Factory|
|The ICB Building|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Park|
|The Mermaid Statue|
|Sausalito Dog Park|
|Spaulding Wooden Boat Center|