Tag: Marin County

If it’s winter in the Bay Area, you know we’re all talking about Dungeness crab: who’s fishing it, who’s cooking it, and who makes the best. The fishing season for this sweet crab is typically open from November through June which means local restaurants can often offer whole roast crabs through the winter and sometimes […]
Whether it’s Christmas, Hanukkah, a birthday or an anniversary, gift giving gives us an excuse to spoil our friends and family, an opportunity to shop local, and a reason to challenge ourselves. Can you outdo last year’s gift? With our help, you definitely can. To take gift giving up a notch, we rounded up a […]
The holiday season in the Bay Area brings even more celebration, food and theatre to our communities (if you can believe it). From San Francisco to Marin County over to the East Bay and through the Peninsula, you can join in the fun at fairs, festivals, races, wonderlands, light displays and world-class productions. To help […]
With more than 25 neighborhoods and 55,000 residents, San Rafael is the oldest, largest and most culturally diverse city in Marin and also boasts some of the region’s best weather. Over the decades, the community has combined its revitalized downtown district, college atmosphere, film and technology sector, artistic culture and outdoor activities into a one-stop-shop [&hellip...
Winter may be coming, but you don’t need to use the seasons as an excuse to hibernate in these master bedrooms. Each one offers perfect reasons to cozy up and stay in, from dramatic design to natural light to soaking tubs. Some of them even have all three! Every home on this list is on […]
It probably won’t surprise you to hear this: San Francisco and the Bay Area, the center of gourmet, sustainable, and innovative food and drink, are home to some of the best craft breweries in America. And we’re not just saying that! These breweries have the medals to prove it. In celebration of our local Northern […]
The southernmost community of Marin County and the home of the stunning Marin Headlands, Sausalito, California has transitioned from wartime factory to artist enclave to tourist haven over the decades. Through the years, it has also been a natural and historic spectacle. If you’re visiting the Bay Area or you’ve lived here for a long […]