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Marin Magazine - November 2018
Some influential Bay Area chefs weigh in with favorite shortcuts that can make eating at home a five-star experience.
When it’s time to entertain, nothing makes a bigger impression than a carefully appointed table.
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.
Located in San Anselmo, Valenti & Co serves farm-fresh Northern Italian cuisine and small production wines in a casual yet classy setting.
Luna Blu is a family owned Sicilian restaurant on the waterfront in Tiburon.
The outstanding menu of Bungalow 44 focuses on seasonally inspired, bold flavor combinations.
Chef Ancona maintains a strong commitment to using local, sustainable, and seasonal ingredients in his kitchen.
Make any event a marvelous and unforgettable occasion! Servino Ristorante is the perfect location for any celebration.
Poggio is a classic Italian trattoria with comfortable neighborhood charm and destination-caliber cuisine.
Focused on organic and non-gmo Northern Italian cuisine, Frantoio has been serving Mill Valley locals and visitors alike for over two decades.
Located in downtown Sausalito, Copita’s Executive Chef Daniel Tellez serves contemporary Mexican cuisine in a lively, festive atmosphere.
Local photographer shares the colorful, cultural treasures of a country time forgot.
The financial abuse of seniors takes many forms, and nobody is immune.
How to transform a sloping yard into a striking garden.
This 76-year-old building, built in less than four months, is still standing and active as ever.
With help from an architect neighbor, this Woodacre culinary couple revamps their lower level.
A beautifully presented recipe for a salad or a side.
An interview with Moira Kuhn of Marin Roots Farm, Petaluma.
When a restaurant’s name is the fusion of two words that mean party, it’s clearly meant to invite enjoyment.
We provide a list of the latest charities and causes in Marin to be excited about. Let's give back!
How a powerful digital publishing strategy can help connect community resources.
This month's fun activities in your community.
Whether you need to recharge or just slow down, here are some vetted vacations sure to put you back on track.
Surf camps offer more than a cool ride. Plus, recommendations for other surfing getaways.