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Locals and lodge guests alike head here for farm-fresh fare and year-round al fresco dining..
Fans of California cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients sourced from local farms will find plenty of reasons to settle into this 120-seat dining room or onto its heated outdoor patios. Chef Patricia Windisch's menu features organic produce and free-range meats, with starters like cheese-stuffed squash blossoms and sweet corn and chipotle tamales with smoked chicken giving way to mains like fennel-crusted lamb loin and Dungeness crab risotto. A pared-down menu offers casual eats for diners in the accompanying bar.
Great food, Good Service, Not To Mention Dog Friendly!. This restaurant is the most dog friendly place in Tiburon. We dined here for Sunday brunch, and since I had my dog with me, we decided to dine at the patio side. The hostess brought dog biscuits and water for my dog, what a great service! The food was good, service was good, it is a perfect place to dine for relaxing weekend brunch.
Fun-themed rooms and large meetings spaces..
This large lodge is located in one of the Bay Area's most expensive enclaves and features excellent views over the water to the San Francisco skyline. It has an abundance of multi-use space that makes it a popular venue for weddings, reunions and business conferences. Solo tourists should keep in mind that it is often filled with large groups.
Equipped with bedside whirlpool tubs, the lushly decorated and amusing Spa Rooms come in themes such as the Blue Lagoon, Roman Holiday, Black Orchid, Venetian Cave and Red Licorice. They seem perfectly suited for a bride and groom, while members of the wedding party will be equally happy in the standard Bay view rooms. Some of the furnishings feel a bit generic, while others such as those found in the Steinbeck Apartment Suite are tasteful and stylish.
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