When temperatures drop, there’s no better place to enjoy festive food and drink than next to a cozy fireplace.
Food + Drink
A slice served with a dram of brandy or hot cider will warm the cockles of even the grinchiest of hearts.
Locally caught seafood is not just the environmentally friendly choice; it tastes better too.
Zestier than sit-down restaurants and classier than most watering holes, wine bars inhabit a special place on the dining scene.
Punch is having a comeback. It’s easy to make, and gussies up in a flash with fresh fruit or inventively shaped ice.
San Ansalemo community and local restaurant Taco Jane's celebrate Dia de los Muertos.
With hundreds of dining options in Marin County, we’ve broken it down for you by town. If we missed your favorite let us know.
The popular San Rafael store gears up for its biggest season.
Our guide on where to get breakfast on Grant Avenue.
The nutritional benefits of plant-based milks compared.
Wild West Ferments, a Point Reyes business, shares health benefits of fermentation.
A neighborhood just over the bridge offers a plethora of new dining options.
Woody’s in Strawberry Village is one of local kids’ favorite places for frozen yogurt.
Stretching from Baltimore Canyon to the San Francisco Bay, with mountains, flats, and Highway 101 in between, there are good eats to be had for every appetite.
Essentials and products to make your next barbecue a hit.
Find what’s brewing in San Rafael and beyond.
Check out these happening eateries just off the main square.
Check out our favorite exotic markets in Marin that have ingredients you won’t find in your typical grocery store.
Celebrate the foods of Marin County from A to Z.
Here are a few new and updated restaurants shaking things up.
Our pics for summertime eats when your day at the ocean, on the mountain or by the pool requires a grab-and-go meal in Marin.
Produce from Marin’s farmers markets will have you eating healthy and happy.
There are few things more quintessentially American than baseball and rock ‘n’ roll — and now you can get your fix of both plus a winning food and drink menu served in…
With hundreds of dining options in Marin County, we’ve broken it down for you by town and type.
Northern California in summer produces a glorious spread. Here are a few regional festivals to celebrate the season.
After a six-week closure, Tiburon’s beloved waterfront Sam’s Anchor Cafe is back with a fresh look and menu to match.
In search of tasty tequila and mouthwatering Mexican fare? Here are our picks for where to spend Cinco de Mayo.
Tamalpie Corte Madera reopens as a casual sports bar offering more food options.
This family-operated ranch is by lead by Jim and Donna Pacheco, along with their four children.