Tempting Takeout

Sometimes the best way to eat is right out of the to-go box. Whether at home, at the office or on your way back from a long hike, nothing beats restaurant-quality food you can conveniently sink your fork into anywhere.

33  Craving Italian? Head to Cafe Oggi in Mill Valley, where house-made ravioli and lasagna, pork loin and grilled fish, steamed vegetables and sandwiches made with freshly baked focaccia are just some of the items on the takeout menu. For dessert, try the authentic cannoli or apple cake. 415.383.4355

34  Good Earth Natural Foods in Fairfax has been serving up wholesome food since 1969. The takeout department offers omelets, pancakes and pastries in the morning followed by a choice of six wheat-free and six whole-wheat pizzas, two hot and three cold soups, a salad bar with hot dishes, and many desserts. goodearthnaturalfoods.net

35  The crowded deli aisle at Woodlands Market in Kentfield easily attests to its appeal as a go-to for chef-prepared takeout meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner. If a deli sandwich or take-away entrées don’t tempt you, maybe the 70-or-so different salads and prepared foods in the refrigerated case will. woodlandsmarket.com

36  Harmony Restaurant in Mill Valley’s Strawberry Village enjoys a loyal following of fans, but so does its popular takeout counter. Drop in or phone ahead for dim sum, salads, specialty dishes or party platters to go. harmonyrestaurantgroup.com

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