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Malcolm Ruthven | Oct 13, 201802:48 PM    

I had lunch at Cafe Ross, in downtown Ross (Marin County), the first time I've been there. It's a small place, with a nice patio in back, run by the owner, a very pleasant young man who has owned it for six years. I had the ham and brie sandwich - black forest ham, brie, peppered-honey-thyme dijon, arugula, dried cranberries, on a ciabata roll - and it was both very good and very large. The side green salad, tossed with a vinaigrette, was also excellent. All for $8.50. The owner, also named Ross, said he bakes all the pastries every morning. There is also a large coffee menu. This place is a small hidden gem.

Cafe Ross
22 Ross Commons
Ross, CA
415-461-2205
7 days, opens 6:00 am (7:00 Sat-Sun), closes 4:00 pm

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