Corte Madera (/ˈkɔːrtə məˈdɛrə/; formerly Adams) is an incorporated town in Marin County, California, United States. Corte Madera is located 3.25 miles (5.2 km) south of San Rafael, at an elevation of 39 feet (12 m). The population was 9,253 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Corte Madera
4.5 based on 189 reviews
Spectacular food, casual atmosphere, good staff. The toasted gnocchi and french fries are world class (although eliminating the romesco FF sauce is a bummer). Truly. Avocado bruschetta and tuna tartar are long term winners. Run, don't walk, to Larkspur. Ask for the soft serve ice cream from the (excellent) sister pizzeria next door; not on the menu, yet delicious. Only complaint is the sticky toffee cake, otherwise known as the best dessert in NorCal has goon missing. :(
4.5 based on 106 reviews
The Mill Valley Market is a family-owned and operated grocery store located in the heart of Mill Valley. We specialize in local, gourmet, and artisan products. Our deli is the perfect spot to stock up for a trip to Muir Woods or Mount Tam and our online sandwich ordering offers a quick and easy way to grab your food and avoid the lines.
This is a super cute little grocery store with a lot of small town flavor and small-town charm make me smile every time I go in there and go shopping because there’s a lot of cool things they have in things he would not expect in such a small store and they are really friendly there and I like it
4 based on 157 reviews
Pacific Catch is a comfortable West Coast Fish House bringing together local California sensibility and the spirit of island hospitality. happy hour |Delivery and Take-out | covered patio seating | full bar
Nice busy restaurant in Corte Madera town centre. Very substantial choices with specials. Good sushi starter of California rolls, fresh tasty and good value for two to share. Massive ahi tuna salad and excellent three taco mahi mahi. Good wine list and big choice of beers. All in a good experience at sensible prices.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Looking for coffee on a cold, foggy Saturday morning, we found Emporio Rulli and each enjoyed some really good tasty coffee and a french pastry...each one different, delicious and well worth the 'calorie hit.'
If you are in the area, this place is worth a stop.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
We walked across the street from the Courtyard Marriott for breakfast. The strata was so flavorful and melted in your mouth. The spinach tomato quiche was tasty and cooked to perfection. Fresh orange juice and pastries were the perfect finish to a wonderful breakfast. The bakery was very quaint and had outdoor seating as well. Loved it!
4 based on 90 reviews
Stop Sunday night recently to take out a couple of pieces of cheesecake. That would be a simple task to accomplish. Apparently the staff was overwhelmed by an order for two pieces of cheesecake. Lack of communication between the takeout people resulted in a 15 minute wait. We had asked several times and nobody seem to know where our order was. Terrible service and nobody even bothered to say sorry. We have been to these restaurants all over the country. I hope this wasn’t isolated incident at this place but maybe not. Won’t be back
5 based on 19 reviews
The best thing about this place is they have perfected the moist cake! The second best is that they have"bundtlet" small size cakes just perfect for an afternoon treat after school. The service is friendly and there's always samples!
4.5 based on 575 reviews
This beautifully appointed cozy restaurant is a foodie delight and truly transports me back to many wonderful Puerto Rican memories. The atmosphere is fun and the decor is too including a wall of old doors. Food so good I returned two days in a row before leaving town! Try the Huevos Benedictos over tostones— nice wheat free diversion made to perfection! Day 2 back for a Jamon y Queuso sandwich on tostones....plus a Cafe Helado. Adorable fun atmosphere and long lines to get in so go early— recommend 11 am. Metered parking but a few blocks away are free 2- hour spots and the train is close by too. Cute downtown area for walking and people watching.
4 based on 91 reviews
The ambience of Jasons is very minimalist, with blue colored walls, not the best looking.
We had rib eye steaks they were quite large, but did not have a sauce with them
It came with jalapeño mashed potatoes and sauteed spinach. It was so so nothing note worthy.
Desert was enjoyable I had the apple pie my husband and the cheesecake, both made at the restaurant.
4 based on 160 reviews
Left Bank is an authentic Parisian-style brasserie located in the historic Blue Rock Inn in charming downtown Larkspur. Built in 1895 during the railroad era, The Blue Rock Inn was a popular weekend destination for San Franciscans to come dance and picnic under the stars. Open since 1994, Left Bank continues to be a destination for folks from all over the Bay Area to enjoy a casual snack on the sunny terrace, a glass of wine or hand crafted cocktail at the lively bar, or an elegant dining experience near the fireplace. At Left Bank, you are sure to capture the true feeling of the Rive Gauche in Paris. Nineteen years of working with local organic farms allows us to bring you the best seasonal ingredients available. Chef de Cuisine Fabrice Marcon offers an often changing, French brasserie menu of hearty, rustic, and authentic dishes featuring a diverse selection of natural meats, sustainable seafood, fresh local vegetables, salads and sumptuous desserts.
My wife and I had a late lunch, which worked well as it appeared to have been packed earlier. Service was good. The appearance was very nice. Food was dominantly French, as is expected at a Brasserie. Good draft beer and an excellent wine list were both present. I had Fondue Aux Fromages and Croque Monsieur while my wife had Tarte Lyonnaise and Onion Soup. All were tasty and good quantity. It was easy to see why it was locally popular. Prices were lower than we had expected. We look forward to another visit there soon.
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