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  • Buckeye Roadhouse - This warm, inviting restaurant is the perfect place to host a group lunch, dinner or celebration. They offer a warm, inviting atmosphere, delicious food and attentive service. Our delicious American cuisine includes everything from Oysters Bingo to Fresh Seasonal Fish and Baby Back Ribs, as well as other House-Smoked Specialties. Whether you’re in the mood for Champagne and Oysters Bingo or a hearty plate of House Smoked Beef Brisket with Mashed Potatoes, the Buckeye is the place to be. You’re sure to find a special wine from their extensive wine list to pair with your meal. (Mill Valley)

  • Deer Park Villa - This three-acre garden paradise is set among the redwoods in the heart of Marin County. Established in 1922 as a Dinner House Restaurant and Inn. The grounds of Deer Park Villa provide a perfect setting for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Two spectacular garden areas are available: the Redwood Grove, a beautiful ceremony site for either stand up informal services or sit down formal services. The Redwood Deck, a lovely site for smaller ceremonies and receptions. In the cooler months, our indoor rooms with a garden view are also available. Rented out only to customers engaging our full services. We are able to accommodate between 50 and 300 guests. (Sausalito)

  • Frantoio Ristorante & Olive Oil Co. - From the archetypal tower to the Florentine stucco wall, Frantoio is a rendition of classical Tuscan design by modernist architect Cass Calder Smith. The superb settings and relaxed ambience of Frantoio are an inspiration for our staff in providing local and visiting patrons alike with an outstanding dining experience. Their "party" menus are specially created to cater to larger groups without compromising our high quality and service standards, keeping an eye towards your budget. (Mill Valley)

  • Il Fornaio - One of Marin's most successful restaurants -- try to avoid weekend nights when the noise level makes it hard to visit; excellent pizza, pastas, meats from the rotisserie include rabbit, duck and chicken; adjoining retail bakery sells fresh rolls, breads and cookies; outdoor setting available. (Corte Madera)

  • Insalata's - Executive Chef/Owner Heidi Krahling's restaurant, cafe and takeout service offers Mediterranean dishes seven days a week including lunch, Sunday brunch and dinner. Global wine selections and handcrafted beers from domestic micro breweries compliment appetizers such as mezzes, tapas and antipasti and entrees such as Tunisian seven vegetable tagine and grilled lamb sirloin. Both the brunch menu and desserts are popular as well as the new private dining room. (San Anselmo)

  • Lark Creek Inn - One of Marin's showplaces, excellent food in a lovely setting, also a great spot for weddings and special functions. Executive Chef Bradley Ogden offers unbeatable, mouth watering food combinations. Oak-roasted meats and flatbreads, soft, warm dinner rolls, perfectly cooked fish and luscious desserts are just a few of the highlights. (Larkspur)

  • Mountain Home Inn - The intimate warmth of a rustic mountain inn...In a spectacular setting of mountain scenery, towering redwood forests and famous ocean beaches. The Mountain Home Inn, an eagle's nest set amoungst the rolling slopes of Mt. Tamalpais overlooking the quaint village of Mill Valley 1000 feet below and at your feet, the continuous ever-changing scenery of the San Francisco Bay... All this, yet the inn's only a 25 minute scenic drive from the Golden Gate Bridge. What's better: world-class cuisine or million-dollar views? If the view is what you're looking for, you'll be pleasantly surprised to find out the food is just as stunning. Start with the excellent smoked salmon and potato cake then bring on the entree (my favorite is the chicken capellini with basil, shallots, artichokes and garlic). Weekend brunch is homey and tasty: french toast, huevos rancheros and eggs florentine to name a few. (Mill Valley)

  • Pelican Inn - For your special occasion, by request, feasts lasting the day or evening awaits. Firelight flickering on the rough-hewn beams. A dinner bell signals the commencement of feasting and merrymaking. Remove after remove in the Pelican Inn manner-wise, ale, music and good cheer—create a feeling spent in another time and another way. The restaurant daily menu is a hearty blend of country English fare: prime rib and Yorkshire pudding, Beef Wellington, bangers & mash, and shepherd's pie to name a few. The Pelican English bar reflects the best of the pub: fine ales, draught beers, stouts, pilsners and a whole range of wines, sherries and ports from around the world. There is a "Snug" (bar parlour of the inn) off the bar for overnight guests or for those gala occasions. (Muir Beach)

  • Robata Grill - In Japanese, Robata means "by the fireside," and refers to the centuries-old country style cooking of northern Japanese fishermen. Evenings in coastal villages found fishermen cooking their catch over an open fire, then sharing among themselves by passing food on oars from boat to boat. Their menu honors the Robata tradition of sharing and sampling. Appetizer-size portions allow you to feast on a variety of authentic Robata dishes. Delicious possibilities are limited only by the whims of your palate and the size of your appetite. (Mill Valley)

  • Sam's Anchor Cafe - Sitting on Sam's deck overlooking the Bay and the boats is primo here; the Black Angus ground chuckburgers come second, as well as seafood (they shuck 1000 oysters on a busy weekend); lively bar scene; local young crowd and seasonal tourists. Visit their website: www.samscafe.com and see the Sam's Cam -- camera in the bar that shows a photo of the outside deck with the time photo was taken so people who want to know what the weather is like before they come to Sam's can look on the Internet. Photo changes every few hours and runs 24 hours a day. (Tiburon)
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