45 Caledonia St., Sausalito, CA 94965 (See Map Below) Phone: 415-887-9526
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*** This restaurant only accepts cash, no credit cards. ***
#5 (Tied) overall on the OurSausalito.com Best Restaurants List for Winter, 2012
#10 on our Long Memories Top TenTM list of the best special occasion restaurants in Sausalito for Winter, 2013
| #3 on our Shorts Top TenTM list of the best casual restaurants in Sausalito for Winter, 2013
Fast Forward SummaryTM: Restaurateur Maurizio Rossetti originally planned to call this intimate Italian restaurant Pizzeria Cinquecento, but when it opened in Fall, 2010 it appeared as Rossetti Pizzeria... which we have to admit as editors is much easier to type! Kidding aside, Rossetti was successful restaurateur in San Anselmo for many years under his own name, so Rossetti Pizzeria ties back well to that Marin County tradition. Located in a longtime restaurant site on Caledonia that housed Benkei Sukiyaki in the 1970's and Fukusuke (speaking of names that are hard to type) in the 1990's. Charming place with a handful of sidewalk tables, they offer just a handful of special thin-crust authentic Italian pizzas. This is not a place where you walk in and ask for pepperoni and sausage on one half and mushrooms on the other -- the pizzas are just as on the menu, and they don't make "the usual."
Insiders Tip: Hidden on one corner of the menu is a fabulous lasagne, with just the right ratio of meat sauce, pasta and melted cheese. If you're looking for a break from pizza it is different from any other lasagne in Sausalito, and has many fanatical local devotees.
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Something else that people should know about Rossetti Pizzeria? Have you written a joyous haiku in honor of their lasagne that you'd like to share? (The haiku, we mean, since the lasagne is so good we know you wouldn't be sharing. Just eating.) Disagree with any of our suggestions? Please leave a comment below so our readers get the full story.