Marin’s Famed Furniture Brand, RH, Opens a Rooftop Restaurant in Corte Madera

Walking into the newly built three-story building dedicated to the expanding Restoration Hardware empire means engaging with the Marin-launched brand, now known as RH, in surround sound. Plush sofas and marble tables feel familiar to fans of the brand who will recognize the neutral-colored fabrics and California-sized furniture from their store at the Village at Corte Madera mall (which will close when RH Marin opens). Ride up the golden-hued elevator to the top floor where a restaurant bedecked in RH style, extends the brand from a retail experience to one where guests can linger over a shaved vegetable salad or a truffled grilled cheese sandwich on Panorama Bakery sourdough. This rooftop sunroom boasts glass ceilings and walls for an epic view of Mount Tam and a feeling of floating above it all.

RH Cafe

Walk under the glittery chandeliers through the sliding glass doors where comfy chairs from RH’s Costa and Aegean furniture collections are amply spaced on the outdoor terrace for privacy and to conform with county mandates for wellness during COVID times. Order one of the 40 wines from the internationally-curated wine list or try the RH Bellini with peach puree before diving into the RH Burger, a best-seller at RH’s nine other embedded restaurants around the country. A morning menu includes avocado toast, topped with Brokaw avocados, and the RH Scramble, both easily paired with a matcha latte or a Trumer Pilsner. Thus sated, explore the brand’s in-house design studio or browse the rugs, bathroom fixtures, and bedding on your way back downstairs.

RH Cafe


RH Chairman & Chief Executive Officer and Belvedere-Tiburon resident, Gary Friedman


RH Marin re-imagines retail as an immersive experience, complete with food and drinks.


1750 Redwood Highway, Corte Madera, $$, BLD, wine and beer, outdoor seating

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Christina MuellerChristina Mueller is a long-time Bay Area food writer. She hails from the East Coast and has spent way too much time in South America and Europe. She discovered her talent as a wordsmith in college and her love of all things epicurean in grad school. She has written for Condé Nast Contract PublishingSunset, and the Marin Independent Journal, among others. She volunteers with California State Parks and at her child’s school, and supports the Marin Audubon SocietyPEN America, and Planned Parenthood. When she is not drinking wine by a fire, she is known to spend time with her extended family.