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Headlands | Jul 9, 202002:50 PM     5

Hi all,

I grew up in Marin but am unfamiliar with the best restaurants because I haven't lived there in 25 years. :-)

Going there this coming weekend and want to know what the latest and greatest food is. We'll be staying in Mill Valley but I'm open to anywhere in the general area (including Point Reyes -- will be there for a day) aside from San Francisco and Oakland. Obviously it will be take-out only, but c'est la vie. Open to all cuisines and price levels...breakfast, lunch, or dinner. We're both food lovers and cooks, and love both cheap and expensive as long as it's great.

Chowhound has always been great for me for recommendations, all over the world, so let's hear it!

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