One of my favorite places in Marin! The food is great and the view is even better.
Okay so back to the restaurant… They have a small indoor bar (beer and wine only) and about twelve tables. The outdoor portion of this restaurant is the huge sell… they have patio seating around the fireplace (this is really a find-a-seat-and-sit type area) and tables around that. At the end of the restaurant there is 1 adults-only bocce court (if people are nice you can usually just join in). While the bocce court looks like the end of the property, the “beach” (it’s less sand, more rocks) is also an open seating area. There is 1 bench with a table that is up for grabs or like Dennis and I did on Saturday, bring a blanket and enjoy the view. You can order at the bar inside and they will bring anything to you outside. It doesn’t get much better than pizza and drinks overlooking the water, boats and Marin hills. I will say that the crowd is very young during the day (it actually seemed like a mostly SF crowd that managed to make it north of the bridge), but no one was over the top or obnoxious. Plus, with that view, does it matter how many times the person next to you says “bro”?
11:30 am – 10 pm daily
Sunday Brunch – 10:30 am
What we ate:
- Calamari a la plancha ($12.50)
- Speck Pizza ($17.95)
- Bread Pudding ($8.95)
Since it’s against my religion to go without dessert, we had to order the bread pudding! WOW… this is some of the best bread pudding I have had! Warm, gooey, fluffy and topped with ice cream?!?! I died (in the went-to-heaven way).