1311 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965 (See Map Below)
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|#5 (tied) on the OurSausalito Best Cafes, Diners and Delis List for Spring, 2020|
|#1 (Tied) on the OurSausalito.com List of the Best Breakfast restaurants in Sausalito, 2020|
|Named to the OurSausalito.com Most Romantic Restaurants List for 2020|
|Named to the OurSausalito.com Best “Secret” Local Restaurants List for 2020|
|Named to the OurSausalito.com List of the Best Burgers in Sausalito, 2020
|Named to the OurSausalito.com Best Restaurants for Bike Riders List for 2020|
|Three-time winner, Best Cafe, Diner or Deli on the OurSausalito.com Best Breakfast and Lunch Restaurants List, 2008-2018|
Every fishing village needs a lighthouse, and we’re lucky to have this one. Lighthouse Cafe proudly positions itself as a Danish cafe, which is a pretty good start since an entire class of breakfast items in our culture are referred to as “Danish.” This place has been here for generations, and feels very much the same as it did back in the 1970’s. In recent years they have also opened other Lighthouse restaurants elsewhere in Marin.
We respected this Danish heritage even more after one morning a few years ago when we shared breakfast there with a Danish friend visiting from Europe, and the server’s conversation with him switched spontaneously from English to Danish. He was thrilled to find real Danish specialties here in Sausalito, which made us look brilliant for taking him there!
We think of the Lighthouse as a great breakfast spot, but they have one of the best burgers in Sausalito, and two great club sandwiches. Part of the eternal Sausalito debate about “what’s the best local breakfast spot?” If you’re looking for an authentic Danish breakfast or lunch… or a traditional American one, Lighthouse is a great choice.
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