Four of us went to lunch at this landmark spot snuggled on the shoreline in Sausalito. We thought we had made reservations on-line, but they were mistakenly made at the sister restaurant in San Francisco. So, we sat awhile at the pleasant bar.
We were quickly seated and ordered starters; a dozen oysters on the half shell for my husband and brother in law, and an artichoke for the ladies. Both were delicious. The brothers ordered another round of the oysters because they were the best they'd had in years. Fresh warm sour dough bread was, as expected, great, too. I had excellent shrimp tacos, while my sister in law had chowder brimming with clams, not just potatoes. My husband's Ahi Tuna was wonderful also. Unfortunately, I don't remember the fourth order, but know it was eaten quickly, as well.
I wish I could blink myself back now to again enjoy the meal and view. It was just what you'd expect, expensive, but worth it once in a while. I'd suggest reservations and make sure it's the correct Scoma's.
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