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Phyllis’ Giant Burgers

In 1981, the first Phyllis’ Giant Burgers in Marin was successfully established by Phyllis Larson. Located on Miracle Miles, San Rafael, the building still stands today under the same name although the business is run by James and Michelle Cho.…
Pearl’s Phatburgers

Pearl’s Phat Burger, a Marin County tradition! In addition to 1/4 lb and 1/2 grass-fed burgers, Pearl’s offers grilled chicken sandwiches, turkey burgers, veggie burgers, and grass-fed buffalo burgers. Pair them with our famous hand battered onion rings, and thick shakes blended with home…
Super Duper Burgers

Step into any Super Duper Burger, and you’ll notice we’re different. From our famous (free) house-made pickles, to the hand-painted signage, to our cheerful staff, we build our restaurants like we build our burgers—sustainably, locally, and with an unwavering commitment to quality. We…
Pelican Inn

Barely 20 minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge, the hospitable Pelican Inn rests at Muir Beach in the sea-blown fog, among the pines and alders, the honeysuckle and jasmine … a lodging refuge between the ocean, Muir Woods and the…
Terrapin Crossroads

Terrapin Crossroads, inspired by the Grateful Dead album “Terrapin Station” and owned in part by the Grateful Dead bass player, Phil Lesh, is a restaurant and music venue with a beautiful waterfront location along the canals of Central San Rafael.…
Fairfax Scoop

Peace, love, and ice cream. Fairfax Scoop is an amazing place to get tasty ice cream treats served in special made waffle cones (or in a cup). Flavors: vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, vanilla honey lavender, and more. I scream, you scream,…