This converted railway depot is an extension of Mill Valley's town square, which is conveniently located right in front. Locals chat with each other ... More
Depot Bookstore & Cafe (The)
This converted railway depot is an extension of Mill Valley's town square, which is conveniently located right in front. Locals chat with each other over hot cereal, hamburgers or coffee and pastries (do not miss the pecan squares or colossal fruit muffins). The decor is country-style and unpretentious. The service is, too, and equally friendly whether you are a long-time resident or just passing through. It is usually crowded, but there is never a hint to rush as you read your paper or watch the passing parade.
Kevin's warmth, big smile and Irish charm make this a place you want to come back to over and over. He's a font of local knowledge and offers helpful advice to both newcomers and locals alike.
Be sure to visit for yourself and tell him you were referred by a stranger in town that he treated like an old friend.
Step back in time and into this primeval forest on Mount Tamaplais. Some of these towering redwoods are more than
2000 years old. Trails are set out for the casual stroller and for the avid hiker looking for a ...
Pull up a chair at the counter of this SF institution and enjoy some of the best Boston Clam Chowder
you will ever taste. Besides Clam Chowder, most of the offerings on the menu board are served raw, cocktail ...
This intimate hotel in Mill Valley, California, is tucked away in a redwood grove at the foot of majestic Mt.
Tamalpais. It's located just steps away from the bustling town plaza, where galleries, fine restaurants, boutiques and theaters abound. ...