Located in the beautiful little city of Sausalito is the Napa Valley Burger Company. The building they are located I was built by Fred Fiedler in 1885 and was known as “Fiedlers General Store”. Sausalito is only four miles from San Francisco and was originally a ship building center during World War II.
Today, Sausalito is a popular tourist destination and is known for its wealthy citizens and artistic enclave. The rich history of Sausalito was a draw for the owners of the Napa Valley Burger Company and the historic building was the perfect fit. It was turned into a restaurant in 1981 with the addition of a larger kitchen and a second-floor clapboard addition.
They have the perfect audience in Sausalito to infuse the tastes of the Napa Valley. They have over thirteen hundred positive posts online that give them a strong four- and one-half star rating.
Dad’s Luncheonette sits in one of the most beautiful areas on Highway 1. Highway 1 is one of the most scenic highways in the United States. It winds north to south along the Pacific Coast.
One of the unique things about Dad’s Luncheonette is it is located in a historic caboose where seating is limited in the outdoor patio. Some people just grab their food and eat it off the hood of their car while enjoying the amazing views.
It must be well worth the visit to Dad’s as they have over five hundred glowing recommendations to eat there. Scott Clark, the owner used to be a three Michelin star chef de cuisine and wanted to bring amazing American food to the public at a great price. He has succeeded in achieving close to a five-star rating in the beautiful town of Half Moon Bay.
Located on Park Street in downtown Alameda is Scolari’s Good Eats’ original location. They are next to the Lucky 13 bar which is good so people can enjoy a cocktail while they are waiting for the food. They even deliver the food to the bar if it is requested.
In additional to Scolari’s Good Eats’, they do catering and have a second location at the Point which is in the historic Alameda Naval Air Station. People come back time and time again for their Blueberry Bacon Blue Cheese Au Poivre. For those who want just a burger, their Classic burger fits the bill. They are also known for their Famous Fried Chicken Thighs.
Scolari’s Good Eats’ score a four-point-six-star rating on the internet. Clients love the sidewalk seating and the fresh California air. They are affiliated with Marley G’s Pizza in Alameda as well. They also have a food truck that is that is a converted classic Air Stream trailer.