Where to Eat in Marin

With hundreds of local dining options, we’ve broken it down by town. We’ve done the homework for you on where to find the Best BBQ, Best Burgers, Brunches, Coffee ShopsDog Friendly, Desserts, Dim Sum, Fine Dining,  Fried ChickenHot Dogs, Pizza, RamenTacos, Vegetarian and Vegan, Wine Bars. Look out for them within in each listing.

Where are our favorite spots? Easy, our restaurant partners.

Looking for something in particular? We’ve added these designations to help you find what you need:

Brunch  |  Date Spot  |  Dogs Welcome  |  Full Bar  |  Grab ‘n Go  |  Happy Hour  |  Kid-friendly  |  Meal Under $20  |  New Hot Spot  |  Outdoor Seating  |  Private Party Room  |  Round Tables  |  Watch the Game  |  Worth the Hype

Where to Eat: Corte Madera

Corte Madera has it all: pretty darn good burgers, salads, sushi, pho, poke and much, much more.

Where to Eat: Fairfax

This small town comfortably straddles new and old Marin with a mix of bohemian hippies, young families, and trendy hot spots.

Where to Eat: Greenbrae, Kentfield and Ross

Dining options revolve around an eclectic mix of bakeries and daytime cafés, fast casual and family-friendly restaurants are the norm.

Where to Eat: Larkspur

The cozy downtown and Marin County Mart provide an impressive array of fine dining, trendy hot spots and al fresco dining.

Where to Eat: Mill Valley

Stretching from Baltimore Canyon to the San Francisco Bay, there are good eats here to be had for every appetite.

Where to Eat: Novato

Novato lies on the northern edge of Marin, with the advantage of being two steps to Sonoma County.

Where to Eat: San Anselmo

A plethora of restaurants, bakeries, and cafes make this spot trek-worthy for those seeking a dining destination in central Marin.

Where to Eat: San Rafael

Food here is as varied as the neighborhoods, with fast bites and ethnic eats alongside hole-in-the-wall favorites and sit-down dining.

Where to Eat: Sausalito

Dining options reflect diverse tastes, from French to Japanese to Himalayan and Mexican with fresh seafood always present.

Where to Eat: Tiburon

Once you drive down the peninsula to the Tiburon tip, you will ask yourself why you don’t go there more often.

Where to Eat: West Marin

West Marin offers bounty of farm fresh cuisine and markets, bakeries and cafés, and, of course, oyster bars.