This is a darling little cafe at Grand Marina that serves landlubbers and seamen alike with a pretty view of Coast Guard Island and the neon-white cutters docked on the sparking water—a scene that feels straight out of San Diego. To find this nautical nosheria, drive to the end of Grand Street and turn right into the parking lot. Then on foot follow the sandwich board and chalkboard signs, moseying beyond the palm trees, picnic tables, and hulking houses. Pass Pacific Yacht Imports and True Pacific Insurance and Mosley’s is around the corner. It’s a simple patio space, consisting of a narrow sixish-seat bar and well-appointed counter that hides the kitchen galley where savory and sweet crepes, grilled and made-to-order sandwiches with Applegate deli meats, soups, biscuits, scrambles, French toast, and more are whipped up in a relative jiffy. The grilled tuna melt bulged with slightly sweet tuna salad under melted cheese bedded on perfectly toasted Semifreddi’s ciabatta. Top things off with an Italian soda, hibiscus iced tea, or Bicycle Coffee pour-over or an espresso beverage. Mosley, by the way, is the name of the owner’s pit bull-mastiff mix. Serves lunch and dinner Tue.-Sun.