Where to Eat: Greenbrae and Kentfield
Nestled in the heart of Marin, Greenbrae and Kentfield share schools, a zip code, and a commute along the eastern stretch of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard past Bon Air Shopping Center. Catering to a quintessential bedroom community, dining options revolve around the shopping center and nearby College of Marin, where an eclectic mix of bakeries and daytime cafés, fast casual and family-friendly restaurants are the norm.
American, $$ Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
The restaurant’s first Marin outpost features the signature California-inspired dishes Gott’s is renowned for as well as a roll-up garage door that brings the outside in when weather permits and a 30-foot-long pine table for community-style eating.
302 Bon Air Center, Greenbrae
Half Day Cafe
American, $$ Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch
Tucked away in a setting of intertwining ivy and large open windows, this cafe is the quintessential breakfast nook and is also open for brunch and lunch, including coffee drinks, pastries and much more. Enjoy a casual meal inside or out on the patio.
848 College Ave, Kentfield
California, $$$ Lunch and Dinner
Head to Jason’s for seafood dishes with an Asian and Italian flair. Try the fisherman stew or miso-glazed Chilean sea bass.
300 Drakes Landing Road, Greenbrae
Pizza, $$ Lunch and Dinner
This welcoming neighborhood restaurant is a great place to share a meal with family and friends. Try the popular burrata bruschetta appetizer and/or focus on what Patxi’s does best — Chicago-style deep-dish pizza. Gluten-free and vegan options available.
340 Bon Air Center, Greenbrae
Victoria Bakery & Cafe
Italian, $$ Breakfast, Lunch
The famed Italian pastry place now offers elderflower cake, the same kind served at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, as well as savory lunch options like paninis, open-face spinach croissants and quiches.
292 Bon Air Shopping Center, Greenbrae