Adjacent to the San Francisco Bay, Greenbrae is nestled south of San Rafael near Ross Valley. This opulent landscape is home to hillside houses and waterfront views, and its central location makes it easy to navigate around the Bay Area. Life in Greenbrae has a slower pace—its calm disposition leads to a laid-back, friendly atmosphere that is great for both growing families and empty nesters. The area’s Mediterranean climate is warm and dry, with no monthly averages higher than 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Real estate here is lush with mature trees and expansive backyards, and many homes sport in-ground swimming pools, remarkable views, and updated interiors.
Iconic Bay Area roadside stop Gott’s Roadside is more than meets the eye. This charismatic diner opened in 1999 in St. Helena, serving dishes made with locally-sourced ingredients on the side of the road. Now, Gott’s has expanded—Greenbrae is home to its Marin County location, where they dish up burgers, shakes, and fries the same way they did when they first started. Located inside the Bon Air Shopping Center, you’ll find thin-crust pizza on the menu at Patxi’s Pizza. This welcoming pizzeria fosters a familiar, cozy atmosphere, and a drink from their extensive wine and beer menu is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. Sophisticated Jason’s Restaurant is a date night favorite with a selection of seafood entrées and a gorgeous patio seating area. In the evenings on Thursdays through Saturdays, live music takes the stage at Jason’s Restaurant from 6-8 PM. If you prefer entertaining at home, Mollie Stone’s Market has been a favorite local grocer since 1986 for their carefully-curated selection of natural, organic merchandise, produce, and butchery. Upscale Bon Air Shopping Center has a variety of high-end retailers and decadent dining options. At the shopping center’s entrance, the streets are adorned with The Tamalpais Maiden, a 17-foot steel sculpture of a nude woman created in 1988 by Dennis Patton.
Greenbrae’s natural beauty is self-evident, and there are a plethora of ways to enjoy the outdoors here. Corte Madera Creek runs along Greenbrae’s southern edge, while Corte Madera Creek Path is excellent for a sunset stroll. Nearby, the Larkspur Landing Ferry Terminal is the key to connecting North Bay to Downtown San Francisco, making commuting a breeze.
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