March 2011

90. Three Wells – Mill Valley

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All this rain has given our watershed and waterways a real replentishing and refreshing. One lovely spot that seems even more Eden-like when it’s wet and cool is Three [...]

89. Red Hill Community Dog Park

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A couple of years ago, unused school district land was converted into Red Hill Community Park, and one of the dedicated areas created was the Red Hill Community Dog Park. The [...]

86. San Rafael Farmers Market

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The San Rafael Farmers Market at the Civic Center is the biggest one in Marin County. It’s a great market with all types of produce, breads, condiments, meats and [...]

85. Fat Angel Bakery

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Fat Angel Bakery makes delicious breakfast pastries and breads, cookies and cakes, pies and tarts, and, of course, coffees and teas. These are served up in a large, open, [...]

84. The Hummingbird Cafe

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New Orlean’s loss is Marin’s gain with the opening of the Hummingbird Cafe on Broadway in Fairfax. Michelle, the owner, left after Hurricane Katrina and just [...]

82. The Spanish Table

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I fell in love with Spain as a 12 year-old when I had the chance to travel there with my 7th grade Spanish class under the guidance of our teacher, a Spaniard living in [...]

81. Nicasio Valley Cheese Company

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There are small but important distinctions that organic food producers make, and one of these is the moniker “farmstead”. This means that the food product is [...]

80. Rancho Nicasio

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Rancho Nicasio Restaurant and Bar is an long-established and much beloved restaurant and live music venue in the heart of Marin County, on the town square in Nicasio. This is [...]

79. Sausalito Houseboat Stroll

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Sausalito houseboat living represents one of the most enduring vestiges of the Marin bohemian lifestyle of the last century. Taking a stroll along the docks that form the [...]