Picnic place in Marin County?
We are taking someone to Petaluma and on the way back, I'm supposed to provide sandwiches
or equivalent - is there a place in Marin County to stop and eat - or even a deli-type place to stop
for lunch? (When he was able to drive, I guess this was his routine)
re: Kim Cooper
It's still Phoenix Lake Park to most of us :-) It's at the end of Lagunitas Road in Ross, off Sir Francis Drake Blvd. The "Phoenix Lake" part of the name refers to Phoenix Lake that's on the trail that starts from the park. If you'd like some great walking, just take that trail and go as far as you like.
Are you more interested in having a nice picnic, or having gourmet sandwiches. If picnicking in pleasant scenic surroundings is your thing, go to China Camp village. There's a little cafe there, open just on weekends, where you can get standard sandwiches and hot dogs and accompaniments. There's a lovely picnic area down by the shore where you can enjoy the scenery. And, there's a little museum showing how the Chinese shrimp fishermen worked and lived there.
What type of sandwich?
In San Rafael there is
NY by the Bay (Jewish deli
Sol Foods (cuban
Le Croissant (American, despite the name
Beli Deli (bare-bones basic sandwiches
A.G. Ferrari in the Corte Madera Town Center (Italian
In Strawberry Village there is the Boulangerie ... french type of sammies.
What day of the week? Bay Cafe and Michael's aren't open weekends.