As the Coronavirus lockdowns ebb and flow, many Sausalito restaurants are offering takeout and curbside service. Businesses are going on hiatus or returning to offering takeout based on individual revenue patterns, and if you see omissions or errors on our Sausalito takeout restaurants list please email us at oursausalito (at) gmail dot com. Delivery service is available for many places, but if you pick up your food curbside you save expenses for yourself and for the restaurant.
Anchorage 5 -- Great breakfast and lunch place and a favorite of the floating homes community, with traditional American and Mexican dishes. Unlike many places, they do both cuisines well. Owners give great service. (415) 331-8329, 475 Gate 5 Road
Angelino -- Long-established authentic Italian place with a variety of house-made pasta. (415) 331-5225, 621 Bridgeway
Arawan Thai -- Longtime Caledonia St. favorite offering Sausalito takeout. (415) 729-9395, 47 Caledonia St.
Aurora Ristorante & Pizzeria -- Old Town Italian, the first restaurant inside the city you reach if you bike or walk from the Golden Gate Bridge. (415) 339-8930, 300 Valley St.
Avatar's -- Indian-Hispanic-California fusion food, one of several family-owned Avatar's outposts in Marin that grew from a single location. (415) 332-8083, 2656 Bridgeway
Bar Bocce -- The back patio and its bayside activities may be closed, but you can still enjoy the excellent pizza. (415) 331-0555, 1250 Bridgeway
Barrel House Tavern -- California cuisine. We go here for celebration meals because the view is so awesome, but since it's takeout I'll note that the food has been consistently good. (415) 729-9593, 660 Bridgeway
Bayside Cafe -- Solid breakfast and lunch place at the north end of town, a floating homes community favorite offering Sausalito takeout. (415) 331-2313, 1 Gate 6 Road
BBQ N Curry House -- Pakistani lunch and dinner spot near Target in Marin City. (415) 289-0786, 160 Donahue St.
Bean Sprouts Cafe -- Kids-focused light meals and snacks at the Bay Area Discovery Museum in Fort Baker. (415) 339-3976, 557 McReynolds Road (during museum hours only).
Cibo Bakery -- Now operating out of Angelino (see above) with authentic Italian goodies.
Copita -- Small plates gourmet Mexican food, co-founded by James Beard award-winning author, TV personality and chef, Joanne Weir. (415) 331-7400, 739 Bridgeway
Dario's Pizza and Pasta -- Ask about the coupons! Marinship area pizza place that has delivered to Southern Marin for many years. (415) 332-6636, 2829 Bridgeway
Davey Jones Deli -- Healthy deli options from the land of the floating homes at the northern edge of Sausalito, and one of the best-known delis in the North Bay. (415) 331-2282, 1 Gate 6 Road
Equator Coffee -- Coffee, breakfast, pastries and paninis. (415) 485-2213, 1201 A Bridgeway
Fast Food Français -- Love the concept and the food: American comfort food prepared with French methods and sauces. Despite the name this is not what I would call fast food, and dining in here is a pleasure. (415) 887-9047, 39 Caledonia St.
Feng Nian -- Long-running Chinese restaurant in Marinship offering Sausalito takeout, across the street from rival Tommy's Wok. (415) 331-5300, 2650 Bridgeway
Firehouse Coffee and Tea -- New local favorite next door to the fire station. (415) 729-9159, 317 Johnson St. (half a block off Bridgeway)
Fish -- Sustainably harvested, and they can tell you where and when. Best fish and chips I've ever had anywhere, including the UK, Hong Kong, and around the Baltic Sea... though pricey. (415) 331-3474, 350 Harbor Dr. (near the post office)
Fish & Chips of Sausalito (and their Lappert's Ice Cream Counter) -- Fast food Sausalito style, with reasonable fish and chips and an assortment of sandwiches and other items. (415) 332-2622, 817 Bridgeway
Hamburgers -- Downtown hole-in-the-wall where you can watch your organic beef patty being flame grilled on the rotating grate. It fascinates me, fascinated our kids and now fascinates grandkids, though 6-foot social distancing inhibits proper viewing. (415) 332-9471, 737 Bridgeway
Joinery -- Rotisserie chicken (and sandwiches etc.) and beer hall, selling all of the above as takeout. (415) 766-8999, 300 Turney St. (at Bridgeway)
Kitti's Place -- Some call it Thai, some call it pan-Asian, I call it good food in Marinship. (415) 331-0390, 3001 Bridgeway
Le Garage -- French gourmet cooking at the water's edge... or at least that's where you'll pick it up. (415) 332-5625, 85 Liberty Ship Way (near the Bay Model -- use your car's GPS or Waze to find it.)
Lighthouse Cafe -- Old school (or is that Old Skuul) Swedish diner and a long-standing tradition here. (415) 331-3034, 1311 Bridgeway
Murray Circle -- Once had a Michelin Star and still a gourmet outpost in Fort Baker. (415) 339-4750, 602 Murray Circle
Osteria Divino -- I miss their live music, but the Italian fare here is good. Check out their pastries with coffee in the morning, plus lunch and dinner. (415) 331-9355, 37 Caledonia St
Panda Express -- Chain fast food with a drive-through in Marin City, but the people are (often) nice. (415) 289-0950, 100 Donahue St. (next door to the Starbucks that has a drive-through)
Poggio Trattoria -- One of my favorite restaurants in Marin, and I've never had a bad meal there. Nice pastries at breakfast, plus traditional Italian lunch and dinner with everything fresh and home made. (415) 332-7771, 777 Bridgeway
Salsalito Taco Shop -- Mexican food and tied with Thai Tanic for the most clever Sausalito takeout restaurant name in town. (415) 331-5595, 1115 Bridgeway
Sandrino Pizza & Vino -- Tiny place with highly-rated pizza, family owned by recent arrivals from Italy. (415) 729-9166, 45 Caledonia St.
Sartaj India Cafe -- Longtime popular Indian spot that even survived a fire in the building and months of repairs. (415) 332-7103, 43 Caledonia St.
Sausalito Bakery and Cafe -- Lots of breakfast and lunch specialties. (415) 331-9552, 571 Bridgeway
Sausalito Gourmet Deli -- I miss dining on their back patio but all of the same sandwiches, wine and Mediterranean treats are here. (415) 332-4880, 209 Caledonia St.
Sausalito Seahorse -- Most noted as Sausalito's dance hall, they also have a full menu. (415) 331-2899, 305 Harbor Dr. (near the Post Office)
Sausalito Sweets -- Ice cream, coffee and chocolates. (415) 484-1544, 686 Bridgeway
Saylor's Restaurant & Bar -- Legendary Sausalito chef Sean Saylor's "Little piece of Cabo in Marin." Although COVID-19 closures mean you can't meet Sammy Hagar in the bar (and check YouTube to see I'm not joking), the good Mexican food and nice people are still here. (415) 332-1512, 2009 Bridgeway
Seafood Peddler Restaurant and Fish Market -- Relocated from San Rafael, one of our team members' favorite seafood in town. (415) 332-1492, 303 Johnson St. (at Bridgeway)
Spinnaker -- One of the places everyone always sees and asks about as they arrive on the ferry. Sausalito's grande dame of traditional dining with unbeatable views and made-from-scratch Caesar salad and seafood. At least the views are still there when you stop by for Sausalito takeout. (415) 332-1500, 100 Spinnaker Dr. (by the ferry pier)
Sushi Ran -- Award-winning Japanese restaurant with a regional reputation that draws foodies to make long drives here. (415) 332-3620, 107 Caledonia St.
Sweet Ginger -- Less well-known Japanese restaurant that our son and his wife like a lot, very pleasant service. (415) 332-1683, 400 Caledonia St.
Taste of Rome -- Great breakfast pastries and an assortment of light sandwiches and soups. I don't hear Italian spoken here but the spirit of a bohemian coffee house still wafts through the room on occasion. (415) 332-7660, 1000 Bridgeway
Taste of the Himalayas -- Nepalese, Marinship outpost of small home-grown Bay Area chain. (415) 331-1335, 2633 Bridgeway
ThaiTanic Streetfood -- Took over the space used by a prior Thai restaurant and have built a strong reputation. (415) 331-8007, 1001 Bridgeway (tucked up inside the little shopping center at Caledonia and Bridgeway)
Tommy's Wok -- Venerable Chinese restaurant in Marinship. I miss seeing the aquariums. Best fried rice options in Southern Marin. (415) 332-5818, 3001 Bridgeway
Trident -- Robin Williams was a busboy here as a teen, and this was one of the pilgrimage spots of the Summer of Love. And the food is good and you can get some Sausalito takeout to go! (415) 331-3232, 558 Bridgeway
Venice Gourmet Deli -- I have been known to walk all the way down from Marinship to have one of their Italian House Special sandwiches, and the people are very nice. In the tourist area but an icon for locals too. (415) 332-3544, 625 Bridgeway
Venice Pizzeria -- The Venice Gourmet Deli's pizza-ier side. Same owners and folks. (415) 332-4418, 629 Bridgeway
All opinions about Sausalito takeout restaurants are mine and others may disagree, so feel free to try a takeout place even if I don't have a lot of comments.