An insider shares the top five experiences you won’t read about in guidebooks
There’s more to Sausalito shopping than the chintzy souvenir shops that line the main drag downtown. Just a 10-minute walk north of the waterfront lies leafy Caledonia Street, home to several locally owned galleries and framing shops, plus Flying Oliver Books, where we always find deals on used cookbooks.
I love to look at the black-and-white photography at Sausalito Picture Framing and pick up letterpress holiday cards and fashionable ribbons and papers for present wrapping at Pinestreet Papery.
And one block to the east on Bridgeway is McCloud Design, with streamlined modern container gardens, handcrafted fountains, and outdoor furniture.