With hundreds of dining options in Marin County, we’ve broken it down for you by town and type.
Where to Eat
Once you drive down the peninsula to the Tiburon tip, you will ask yourself why you don’t go there more often.
Catering to a quintessential bedroom community, dining options revolve around the shopping center and nearby College of Marin.
Ross and San Anselmo may appear a bit way out of the way on the map, but for those in the know, they’re just the right size, offering plenty of options for dining out.
Corte Madera has it all: pretty darn good burgers, salads, sushi, pho, poke and much, much more.
Larkspur’s cozy downtown and Marin County Mart provide an impressive array of fine dining, trendy hot spots, wine bars, and al fresco dining.
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.
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Produce from Marin’s farmers markets will have you eating healthy and happy.
A slew of new restaurants are hitting Mill Valley.
After a six-week closure, Tiburon’s beloved waterfront Sam’s Anchor Cafe is back with a fresh look and menu to match.
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It’s summer in Marin and chefs across the county are firing up their grills.
Root vegetables are available year round, but their peak season is smack in the middle of winter.
You could pop into Sausalito's Kitti's Place for a bowl of this noodle soup - as some regular customers do several times a week - or whip up a batch at home.
Craving local, fresh-caught seafood and stunning views of Angel Island, Tiburon and Mt. Tamalpais?
Internationally acclaimed for his exceptional French cooking, Chef Passot has designed a simple, seasonally changing, French brasserie style menu.
Comforts began 32 years ago as a small family restaurant, built on the success of delicious, comfort food, friendly service, and seasonal offerings.
Seasoned chef Ralph Burgin joined San Francisco’s historic Cliff House in 1998 to oversee the restaurant’s growth and restoration project.
Piazza D’Angelo, a family owned Italian restaurant in the heart of downtown Mill Valley, established in 1981.
Pizzalina is a family owned restaurant in San Anselmo, specializing in authentic Neapolitan Pizzas cooked in a wood-fire oven.