No Name Bar

★★★★★
  • 757 Bridgeway

    Sausalito, CA 94965

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  • 415-332-1392

About No Name Bar

Hours
Monday To Friday From 11:00 AM To 02:00 AM Saturday To Sunday From 10:00 AM To 02:00 AM

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment
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Worn wooden furniture and worn band music tell a long history of this faded 60's establishment. It has the feel of better days when drinks were $2. Now they're $8 plus they'll charge you an extra $3 for your side of soda or ginger ale! $11

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Worn wooden furniture and worn band music tell a long history of this faded 60's establishment. It has the feel of better days when drinks were $2. Now they're $8 plus they'll charge you an extra $3 for your side of soda or ginger ale! $11

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2
★★★★★

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Pros: super

Cons: super

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Worn wooden furniture and live Jazz music tell a long history of this establishment. It has the feel of a pirates lair, and the local characters from the Marina make this an eclectic and interesting crowd. My favorite in Sausalito...

2
★★★★★

Worn wooden furniture and live Jazz music tell a long history of this establishment. It has the feel of a pirates lair, and the local characters from the Marina make this an eclectic and interesting crowd. My favorite in Sausalito...

Pros: Back patio where people play games

Cons: Small establishment

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The editorial review says it all. It may not be big, but you can feel the history at the bar and the solid, worn wooden tables. The people definitely matched the groovy, counterculture ambience. The staff was courteous and the German pilsner they recommended was delicious. And the music! I don'tk onw how often they have live music, but the jazz band was surprisingly good. Tip the bassist, he's worth it.

2
★★★★☆

The editorial review says it all. It may not be big, but you can feel the history at the bar and the solid, worn wooden tables. The people definitely matched the groovy, counterculture ambience. The staff was courteous and the German pilsner they recommended was delicious. And the music! I don'tk onw how often they have live music, but the jazz band was surprisingly good. Tip the bassist, he's worth it.

Pros: ambience, music, location

Cons: small size, limited menu

 

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