Tiburon Travel Guide

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  • Tiburon
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  • The end of the main road, at the marina
    The end of the main road, at the marina
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    by aukahkay Written Mar 16, 2006

    Most visitors to San Francisco Bay Area will take in the town of Sausalito in Marin County. I decided to visit the town of Tiburon instead. Tiburon was a former fishing village located on the Tiburon Peninsula in the San Francisco Bay. Many of the buildings in the historic center dating back to the late 1800s have been restored. Today, locals & a few tourists in the know flock its art galleries, great restaurants and unique fashionable boutiques. Tiburon is far less crowded than Sausalito and is worth a visit. From Tiburon, regular ferries leave for Angel Island where one can indulge in biking, trekking and nature walks.

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    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Sailing and Boating

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    by lewarren Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Walk along the waterfront - there is a lovely walking path along the waterfront. You can see the bay, San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge, as well as Angel Island.
    The atmosphere is wonderful, and people are very friendly.

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  • by GiannaMaria Written Nov 24, 2011

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    Have eaten here several times now and the quality of this small cafe is uniformily good. The service is quick and friednly. I have had several omelettes and the eggs benedict. Order the fresh fruit iinstead of toast or hash browns. The eggs benedict is always prepared well and such that is practically melts in your mouth. The coffee is always good as well. Outside seating except for cold weather is a nust because of the great views. Prices are a little high even by Marin standards.

    Favorite Dish: Eggs benedict, fresh orange juice and coffee

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    by arasnosliw Updated Dec 12, 2006

    Ro introduced me to this place as I went here in Feb '06 with her, Janet, Anna, Steve, Randy, and Randy's buddy. Fantastic view of downtown SF from the dock seating. Great place to eat brunch and down some bloody marys. I had to come back here in Aug '06 for good times sake. It seems like this may become a regular spot during future trips to the area.

    Favorite Dish: seafood

    Related to:
    • Road Trip
    • Food and Dining
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    by Callavetta Written Jun 2, 2005

    Sam's Anchor Cafe is a great seafood spot on the water. Sam's even has a place you can park your own boat, if arriving from the water.

    Sam's is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday Brunch. It gets crowded fast so reservations are a must.

    Favorite Dish: My favorite way to enjoy Sam's is Sunday Brunch. Check out the Menu and tell me if anything suits your fancy.

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