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Corte Madera
Corte Madera Town Center, Corte Madera
Wednesday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Open All Year
Contact: Lynn Bagley (415) 382-7846
Website: https://www.marincommunityfarmersmarkets.org/

Fairfax
Bolinas Park, 142 Bolinas Rd., Fairfax
Wednesday: 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Open May – October
Contact: Kelly Smith (415) 999-5635
Website:  http://ilovefarmersmarkets.org/index.html

It is a busy market with lots of activity.  Customers can expect lines at the most popular vendors and sometimes early sell-outs of popular items.

Larkspur
Marin Country Mart, Larkspur Landing Circle, Larkspur
Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Open All Year
Contact: Diana Rogers (415) 461-5715
Website: https://www.marincountrymart.com/farmers-market

Marin Country Mart offers a wide array of locally sourced eateries like Rustic Bakery, Hog Island Oyster Co., and Farmshop, as well as a weekly Farmers’ Market, year-round.

Mill Valley
CVS Parking Lot 759 E. Blithedale Ave. @ Alto Shopping Center, Mill Valley
Friday: 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
Open All Year
Contact: Lynn Bagley (415) 382-7846
Website: https://www.marincommunityfarmersmarkets.org/

A live synergy takes place between neighbors, friends, families and our region’s food producers who display their colorful agricultural bounty and culinary creations at our farmers’ markets. A send of community and well-being is created.

Novato 1707 Grant Ave. @ 7th St., Novato
Tuesday: 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Open May – October
Contact: Kelly Smith (415) 999-5635
Website: http://ilovefarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Enjoy an abundance of fresh produce from local farms, fresh prepared foods, locally produced cheese and honey, sweet kettle corn, and much more. If you stay for dinner, there’s something for everyone including Thai food, rotisserie chicken, Himalayan and Yucatan foods, BBQ, and more.

San Rafael
Fourth St., San Rafael
Thursday: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Open May – September
Contact: Agricultural Institute of Marin[External] (415) 472-6100
Website: http://www.sanrafaelmarket.org/

The market features an exciting mix of new and returning farmers and purveyors. You’ll discover and connect with farmers selling a bounty of seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables. Savor the Summer Farmers Market with farm-fresh produce, honey, wine, baked goods, flowers, cured meats, jams, pastas, handmade crafts, and community.

Thursday Marin Farmers Market
Veterans Memorial Auditorium Parking Lot, San Rafael 
Thursday: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Open All Year
Contact: Agricultural Institute of Marin[External] (415) 472-6100

The Thursday Marin Farmers Market is known as the local chef’s market welcoming premier chefs from around the Bay Area seeking out the freshest ingredients of the season. Centrally located at the Civic Center in San Rafael, the Thursday farmers market offers a mid-week shopping opportunity. The Thursday market is also one of the most anticipated lunch destinations of the week.

Thursday Sunday Marin Farmers Market
Civic Center Parking Lot on Peter Behr Drive, San Rafael 
Sunday: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Open All Year
Contact: Agricultural Institute of Marin[External] (415) 472-6100
Website: https://www.agriculturalinstitute.org/

The Sunday Marin Farmers Market first opened in 1987, and has grown to become the third largest farmers market in California. Local eaters and visitors alike, convene every Sunday to enjoy the fresh, seasonal harvests of California’s world renowned farms and ranches, as well as discover some of the most sought after prepared foods in the region. The New York Times listed the Sunday Market as one of the top places to visit in Marin.

Pt. Reyes Station
Toby’s Feed Barn
11250 Hwy 1, Pt. Reyes Station
Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Open June – November
Contact: Agricultural Institute of Marin[External] (415) 472-6100
Website: https://www.pointreyesfarmersmarket.org/

Filled with home-grown produce and community fun, the Point Reyes Farmers Market is the only all local, all certified organic produce market in the wider Bay Area.

Tomales
CA-1 & 1st St., Tomales 
Third Saturday of the Month: noon – 4:00 pm
Open June – October
Contact: Tomales Farmers’ Market
Website: https://tomalesfarmersmarket.org/

Originally called the Tomales Swap Meet, it quickly brought together residents and tourists in a day of selling, shopping and happy camaraderie.

Now that the world is starting to get back to normal, who isn’t excited to visit some of their favorite restaurants and try new ones! Here are some restaurants in Marin County that were handpicked by our agents here at Attain Real Estate, check them out!

View from the rooftop at Kientz Hall

Kientz Hall
All Green Salad, Fries, Grilled Broccolini & Roasted Eggplant

Kientz Hall – New San Anselmo rooftop restaurant (https://www.kientzhall.com/)

Come as you are—for every occasion…or no occasion at all. Keintz Hall is a local favorite. They draw inspiration from the Mediterranean to Classic Americana cuisine and promise to serve fun and familiar food that the whole family will enjoy!

Lamb Lettuce wraps, Albacore and Bean Salad, Roasted Chicken, and soft-serve ice cream are some of the customers’ favorites. Perfect for date night and casual gatherings. 

Bungalow Kitchen – New Tiburon rooftop (https://bungalowkitchen.com/tiburon/)

The Bungalow Kitchen by Michael Mina is located on the waterfront in Tiburon. They cater celebrations, corporate gatherings, filming and more. They have available rooms (Listening Room, The Salon, The Sun Room) to host a private event.

This waterfront restaurant is impressive with its fantastic food, excellent service, and beautiful atmosphere. This one indeed creates a vibe! Enjoy food and the beautiful venue with family and friends. 

Ayawaska – New Hilltop restaurant in Novato (https://ayawaskasf.com/)

Ayawaska is a great place to meet friends and experience authentic Peruvian cuisine with a unique modern twist. Its satisfying hilltop, panoramic view, and delicious food make customers want to go back to this restaurant over and over. Try their Cerbiche classic pork and Lomo Saltado Clasico when you visit!

Revel & Roost Brick Oven – San Rafael restaurant (https://revelroostkitchen.com/)

Revel: to enjoy oneself in a lively way, especially with eating, drinking, and dancing

Roost: to come home or rest

Whether you want to enjoy yourself eating, drinking and dancing or want to come home or rest, this restaurant has got what you want! They promise to give customers the hospitality they deserve! This Spanish and French-inspired restaurant uses local ingredients from Marin, Sonoma, and Napa Farms.

Watershed – Mill Valley lumberyard restaurant (https://www.watershedmv.com/)

Stop by after a hike or celebrate occasions – just as you want it, they promise to give you a little bit of a good time. Enjoy rustic flavors and great beverages in this outdoor dining restaurant- Watershed. Customers are raving about their unique pizzas, ribs, and lox toast. And of course, the lovely and relaxing place.  

Burmatown – Larkspur restaurant (http://www.burmatown.com/)

Burmatown is now open for outdoor and limited indoor dining from 3:30-8:30 pm. They offer Burmese and Asian fusion, and because their food sells out fast, they request that all orders be placed online, so they have time to prepare. Garlic noodles and tea leaf salad are the best; make sure to try them when you visit.

Menya Shono – Japanese restaurant in San Rafael (https://menya-shono.square.site/)

This Japanese restaurant in San Rafael is a gem for ramen lovers out there! Aside from ramen, their lamb noodles are unforgettable, according to their customers. They have an easy QR code ordering system that is convenient and fast.

San Anselmo is at the intersection of small town charm, historic roots & tech meets natural beauty.  Always prioritizing local business, with a friendly and low key vibe, San Anselmo, California, is an outdoor destination for hikers, cyclists, artists, and healthy living.  The area offers beautiful Mediterranean weather, long summers, and short winters.  Trails are always within reach.  It’s possible to enjoy a car free lifestyle in this bicycle mecca.

The town offers neighborhoods with charming names such as Sleepy Hollow, Seminary, Calumet Park, and Morningside.  Homes span a mix starting with late 1800’s era craftsman and mediterranean bungalows, to private hillside properties, sleek modern view residences, and also  suburban farms.  It’s this eclectic blend that sets the tone for a vibrant downtown that hosts several annual events.  From well-curated thrift shops to cafes, breweries, and restaurants, San Anselmo is home to artists, programmers, entrepreneurs, and bankers. 

Families are drawn to San Anselmo for top rated schools, but cultural and physical activities for all ages are abundant in this extremely active community.  From Millennium Park where families gather to picnic, play baseball, soccer and basketball to Juan’s Gym, that trains children, beginner to advanced, in all aspects of tumbling and gymnastics. 

A Day in the life…

Whether your day starts at a youth soccer game or meeting friends for a cycle (or artisan tea?), there’s a strong sense of community ready to welcome you.  Miles of open space trails and marked bike routes mean you can clear your head on your own schedule, while still tapping into the culture of top notch restaurants, a wine bar, and live music after sunset.  San Anselmo is a destination few are lucky to call home, but many wish to visit.

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