Buena vista…Sausalito-style–

img_1690 img_1677 img_1676 img_1678MMM!  Here we are sucking down tasty Irish Coffees and an extremely delectable dish called ‘lobster escargots’ at The Trident in Sausalito, California, and we are damn glad to be here.

The Trident is owned by the same folks who own the famous Buena Vista Cafe in San Francisco.  The Buena Vista is famous for its Irish Coffees and the wonderful views across San Francisco Bay that one can enjoy while sucking down a few of these delectable beverages.  The Trident offers the same Irish Coffees–they are equally delectable over here–and fabulous views of the San Francisco skyline while imbibing these tasty babies. . .mmm, aaahh!  In addition, The Trident has a full restaurant serving extremely delicious food. . .one of the things that we devour is the lobster escargots–a wonderfully inventive and mouth-watering take on regular escargots–aka, snails–but with lobster.  Oodles of lobster meat are cooked in a well-seasoned sauce, and all of this is piled on an escargots dish and served with warm garlic toast. . .TOTALLY AMAZING!  We love this thing, and you will, too, if you are ever lucky enough to make your way into this fun little place.

We are told that this building has been around for quite a while, and that it used to host gatherings with The Grateful Dead, Hendrix, Joplin, etc. and so on. . .there are lots of wild images painted on the walls that hark back to another era of mind-expanding existence. . .fun, fun, fun to gaze at these and imagine the things that have happened here while we inhale our coffees and lobster.

I send you reminiscent and tasty vibes from The Trident in Sausalito, California. . .feel them. . .they have the power to help you wake up and smell the roses all around you.

To see more stupendous images from around our teeny tiny planet simply click on a location of your choice in the category menu on the ‘About’ page of this blog. . .dive on in. . .you deserve a virtual trip or three before you kick the bucket.

It’s lovely out there.

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