Weekend in Sausalito (Part 3) – SF Ferry Building

***So sorry about lagging on these posts. With the holidays near, I’ve been baking, a lot! And also have been brainstorming for thanksgiving’s and upcoming events’ menus. That’s why I’m posting both part 3 & 4 today so I can finally get to process all my backlogged pictures. Enjoy! ***

The Ferry Building Marketplace, aka every food lover’s playground, is only a short ferry ride away from Sausalito. It’s about $10 one way, but we essentially got a tour of the San Francisco Bay, with views of the Golden Gate, Bay Bridge, Alcatraz, Angel Island, and Treasure Island. And hey, you don’t have to deal with parking! The Ferry docked right in the back of the SF Ferry Building so we started eating almost right away. On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays until 2pm, the farmers market takes place right outside the ferry building. Here are some pictures of the food we got, and they represent such a small portion of what the market has to offer. I like to try something new every time I visit.

dining right next to the bay bridge.

First off, Roli Roti’s Porchetta Sandwich with the delicious rosemary potatoes cooked in the meat drippings. Click here to see our attempt to make this delicious meal.

At the Namu stand. They serve asian fusion cuisine. This is the okonomiyaki pancake – flour pancake with bonito flakes, kewpie mayo, and kimchi.

Namu’s Korean tacos with kalbi short ribs, kimchi salsa, daikon relish, toasted seaweed wrapper. YUMM!

Namu – Loco Moco. Beef patty, with sunny side up egg, rice, with dashi gravy. Total comfort food.

Namu’s Gamja fries. Show stopper! Kimchi relish, teriyaki, kewpie mayo, scallions, short ribs, and Korean hot sauce.

Hot chocolate from Frog Hollow. It was so velvety and decadent but I wish it was hotter.

The salame cone from Boccalone.

Delicious sweets from Miette. The chocolate sable cookies are a must-haves.

Jars of French macarons from Miette.

Beautiful products everywhere.

We brought back tons of cheese from Cowgirl Creamery, some porcini salame from Boccalone, and a variety of bread from Acme Bread Company. Despite the lack of proper cheese cutting tools, these made a great snack, and we had some more for breakfast the next day, along with some Bluebottle Coffee.

Bombolonis, aka Italian donuts. The cannoli-shaped ones are my favorite. They were filled with chocolate and custard. The stand is located in front of the Village Market

Hope you enjoyed the pictures! I wish I was back there eating some freshly shucked oysters and a big scoop of gelato!


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