Things To Do · Pet Travel Guide
Dog-Friendly Attractions and Restaurants
Shop Until You Drop with your Dogs:
Marin Country Mart: Marin Country Mart welcomes doggies and is a canine hot spot! However, due to State Code, they are not permitted in the Farmers Market. Please visit George Pet Store for your eye-catching accessories and baked-from-scratch treats.
Strawberry Village: Strawberry Village welcomes you and your four-legged friends. We ask that dogs be kept on a lease while you visit us.
Town Center Corte Madera: The shopping center welcomes (well behaved) dogs. The health department does not allow animals in food establishments, but several of our restaurants have outdoor seating where dogs can be nearby. Our non-food tenants have their own policies, some allow and some don’t.
Village at Corte Madera: Dogs are welcome at the shopping center but each store at the Village establishes its own policy regarding dogs. Most of our retailers do allow animals in the store, but there are some who do not.
Dine and Enjoy Wine with your Dogs:
Farmshop: Dogs are welcome in our outdoor patio area.
Hopmonk Tavern: Dogs are welcome in our outdoor patio area.
McEvoy Ranch: Dogs are family. We welcome your furry friends to join you on our Ranch Tour or an afternoon tasting on the patio! We offer scrumptious dog treats and a custom water bowl station for dogs of any size.
Nick's Cove: Bring your doggy to the outside seating area. Very pet-friendly restaurant offers self-made treats. You can find plenty of water bowls for your thirsty pooch.
Side Street Kitchen has patio dining, a kid’s menu, is dog-friendly, and has catering options for large parties too. Look at fresh, wholesome salads, sandwiches and suppers for dine-in or take-out.
Tiburon Tavern at The Lodge at Tiburon is a dog friendly venue with spacious outdoor dining for you and your dog, no matter what time of day.
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