Mill Valley Inn 165 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Mill Valley Inn is a small boutique hotel owned and operated by Joie de Vivre. There are 25 rooms in total, and…More some feature a fireplace, soaking tub and balcony. All guests receive a complimentary continental breakfast and access to an evening wine reception. Mill Valley Inn is located in downtown Mill Valley.
Pearl's Phat Burgers is the home of the half-pound and same-named Phat Burger. You'll also find burgers made of…More turkey, buffalo and vegetables here. For those that are not in the mood for a burger, there are chicken sandwiches, hot dogs and salads, too.</p>
<p>You'll find Pearl's Phat Burgers near the corner of E. Blithedale and Throckmorton in downtown Mill Valley.</p>
Yolo Yogurt Lounge 505 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Located in Miller Avenue, Yolo Yogurt Lounge offers many flavors of self-serve frozen yogurt with a variety of…More toppings to go with it.
Art Start 45 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA94941 Art Start is an arts and crafts studio that caters primarily to young children. The studio offers collaborative…More painting and a candle making program. Art Start can also be reserved for up to two hours for birthday parties. Discounts for frequent visitors are available.
Tam Bikes 357 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Tam Bikes stocks a huge variety of mountain and city bicycles, including Kona, Santa Cruz, Pivot, Turner and Look. They…More sell athletic clothing designed for bike riders, and accessories like helmets, gloves, energy bars, sunglasses and odometers. You can also take your bicycle into the shop for repairs as well.
Joe's Taco Lounge & Salsaria 382 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Joe's is located right next door to the 2am Club, brightly painted with partially-hidden signage. The small restaurant…More boasts an old fashioned u-shaped counter with seating all around, as well as a number of small tables. The salsa is fresh, and the fish and crab tacos are locally famous. They also offer burgers and pizza. Before you leave, check out the collection of hot sauces lining the walls.
Buckeye Roadhouse 15 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA94941 Buckeye Roadhouse has been offering classic American foods since 1937. Located right off Highway 101, this restaurant…More features a wide variety of foods including steak, seafood, salad and ribs. They also have a full bar with specialty cocktails like the Mill Valley metropolitan. If you would like to make a reservation, you can do so over the phone or by visiting their website. In addition, the restaurant offers valet parking since street parking is very limited.
Located in the heart of Mill Valley in Marin County (ten minutes north of San Francisco), Greenwood…More School offers an education which recognizes "the developmental phases and fosters the emerging capacities of each child." Its trained teachers are committed to academic excellence and to addressing the emotional, intellectual and physical needs and capabilities of each child at each crucial stage of their development.</p>
<p>The school is best known for its extensive nature program, in which students spend one day a week using the outdoors as a classroom. Music, art, drama and circus arts are also featured prominently in the curriculum.</p>
Frantoio Ristorante 152 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA94941 Frantoio Ristorante serves up Italian fare in a casually elegant atmosphere. They feature a large main room that seats…More up to 150. There is a smaller private room which seats up to 50. The centerpiece of the restaurant is the olive oil production facility that makes certified organic oils. Throughout November and December, guests will be able to see the olive press in action. Frantoio Ristorante is located in the Tam Junction area of Mill Valley. It is near the Highway 101 on and off-ramps.
Mama's Royal Cafe 393 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Some have described Mama's Royal Cafe as a happy hippie haven, with a bursting at the seams funky decor and an equally…More bursting at the seams American-style breakfast menu. One thing is for certain, the wildly imaginative decor with shrines to Marilyn Monroe, Tutankamen and toilet seat guitars will give you something to talk about. The huge portions of food will fill your tummy, and on weekends you can also enjoy live music. It has a free parking lot and outdoor patio seating is available.
Peet's Coffee & Tea 88 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 This location of the Berkeley-based Peet's Coffee & Tea chain serves a wide variety of coffees, teas, espresso…More drinks and fresh pastries. The quaint coffee shop, located across the street from the Depot Bookstore & Cafe, also sells a variety of of coffee beans which can be ground to order. Visit the Peet's Coffee & Tea Web site to find out more about the rapidly growing chain.
Green Door Design 231 Flamingo Rd, Mill Valley, CA94941 Green Door Design is a home and garden store that offers beautiful custom arrangements. It has a fine selection of…More orchids, interior plants, succulents, foliage plants, wreaths and garlands, along with a variety of nature-themed merchandise. It also has an orchid exchange program, where you can trade in orchids after they are done blooming. Staff can even refer your orchids to a special boarding service that will take care of your collection while it is dormant.
Hawk's Tavern 507 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Hawk's Tavern is a gastropub style restaurant and bar. The location offers a wide range of food and drink options in a…More casual environment, including sandwiches, pub-style foods, burgers, appetizers, soups, seafood and salads. Some menu options include sauteed kale, mushroom salad, chilled beet salad, split pea soup, fresh baked pretzel, mussels, peppers and prawns and more. The location has an extensive drink list of wine and beers, including eight beers on tap, bottles and cans, Union Jack IPA, Corona, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Zinfandel, Rose and more. It also offers gift cards.
Casting a gorgeously dominant shadow over Mill Valley and much of Marin County, the park surrounding the 2,571-foot…More peak of Mount Tamalpais is a treasure trove for outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes. Originally named La Sierra de Nuestro Padre de San Francisco by two explorers in 1770, the name was changed to the Miwok word <i>Tamalpais</i> in honor of the Coastal Miwok Indians who lived in the area for thousands of years before Europeans arrived.</p>
<p>The park is loaded with more than 50 miles of hiking and bicycling trails that connect to a wider, 200-mile trail system in the regions. Road cyclists flock to the windy roads that twist up and around the mountain's summit.</p>
<p>A few highlights:</p>
<p><b>Bootjack Picnic Area</b> has<i> </i>tables, stoves, piped drinking water and flush toilets. </p>
<p><b>East Peak Summit</b> features a visitor center and a refreshment stand that are open daily during the summer and on weekends most of the year. Phone, picnic tables and restrooms are also available. </p>
<p><b>The Mountain Theater</b>, also known as The Cushing Memorial Theater, is a natural-stone amphitheater that seats 3,750 people and was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. The theater hosts the renowned Mountain Play each spring, produced every year since 1913.</p>
<p><b>Pan Toll Campgroun</b>d, located near the ranger station on Panoramic Highway, has 16 campsites, each equipped with a table, rock barbecue, food locker and space for a tent. There are no showers. Campsites are $25 per night, though discounts are available.</p>
<p><b>Steep Ravine Campground</b>, located on land overlooking the Pacific Ocean just south of Stinson Beach, has nine rustic cabins and seven primitive campsites. The cabins do not have running water or electricity, although primitive toilets, water faucets and firewood are nearby. The campsites are a few hundred yards from the parking area. Pets are not allowed at the cabins or the campground. Steep Ravine is incredibly popular and reservations are accepted from 10 days to 7 months in advance. Steep Ravine cabins are $100 per night and campsites are $25 per night.</p>
<p><b>Alice Eastwood Group Camp</b> has two campsites that hold up to 50 ($225 per night) and 25 ($110 per night), respectively. Both campsites have tables, flush toilets, water faucets with sinks, barbecue grills and a large area for tents. <b>Frank Valley Group Horse Camp</b>, located 1.5 miles west of Muir Woods National Monument, has 12 pipe corrals, water faucets, watering troughs, picnic tables, fire rings and a pit toilet. The minimum size group is 2 horses; the maximum size is 12 horses. The cost is $75 per night for the first two horses.</p>
<p>For questions about camping, call the Pantoll Ranger Station at 415-388-2070. To reserve a campground, call 800-444-7275.</p>