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Best Mother’s Day Restaurants in Marin County

Posted in Blogging Marin on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 by MCVB Staff

By Whitney Butler


Did you know that Mother’s Day is one of the most popular days to dine out? A quarter of Americans will celebrate with mom by going out to eat this year.

If you plan to join the celebration, you’re in luck. Marin County is home to more than 500 restaurants, renowned for their dedication to sustainability, local ingredients and loyalty to the craft of simply delicious food. Here’s your guide to Marin County’s best dining destinations for Mother’s Day.


RH Rooftop Restaurant

If there’s one thing mom will appreciate on Mother’s Day, it’s an elegant trip to the RH Marin where she will be treated to a skylit garden escape, amidst trickling fountains, heritage olive trees and glimmering chandeliers. RH Rooftop Restaurant resides on the third floor of RH Marin, a 60,000 square foot design gallery that blurs the lines between residential and retail, indoors and outdoors, home and hospitality. We invite all Moms and family to enjoy our ingredient-driven menu of timeless classics for brunch and dinner, and a selection of artisanal wines from esteemed vintners from around the world.  Brunch Menu Here    Dinner Menu Here


Mountain Home Inn Restaurant

The view from the outdoor patio at the Mountain Home Inn Restaurant is sensational in May—you can be on top of the world for breakfast or enjoy a bit of twilight for supper. Located in Mill Valley, and framed by the forest and the sea, this restaurant sits in a ridgeline on Mount Tamalpais. Mom will enjoy the scenic journey to this restaurant as much as she’ll enjoy the food.

Breakfast includes classic standards like buttermilk pancakes and sausage, eggs Benedict and French toast. Dinner shines with an amazing three-course prix fixe tasting menu for only $45 a person. You can enjoy Niman Ranch New York steak or wild mushroom ravioli, and mom will love her choice of dessert: chocolate lava cake or mango lemon sorbet.


Wherever you take Mom for Mother’s Day this year, make sure it’s a place that’s as special as she is. Mark your calendars and reserve your table today.


For all you need to plan your Marin County vacation, visit the Marin Convention and Visitors Bureau’s website or Facebook page.


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