303 Johnson St., Sausalito, CA 94965 (See Map Below)
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Seafood Peddler Restaurant
Fast Forward SummaryTM: In Summer, 2012 Seafood Peddler relocated to Sausalito from its long-time home in San Rafael adjacent to the Canal, where it took over the long tradition of fine seafood established by its predecessor Dominic’s (and was succeeded by Grateful Dead alumnus Phil Lesh‘s music-focused Terrapin Crossroads). In addition to their indoor and patio dining they also have a fresh fish market inside the restaurant, which occupies the second floor of the building. On a recent lunch here our group had a great, very fresh crab louis with a big serving of crab (though like all crab louis’s it was expensive at $24), great fresh Fish and Chips and an excellent chicken sandwich. Our server Manuel was effusive and pleasant, and we were not rushed through our celebration lunch with a friend. The views of the yacht harbor across the street are a nice backdrop for the seafood, and they also have a nice bar area.
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