A road trip along California Highway 1 to taste the good life of West Marin is a bucket list Northern California adventure. Oysters and seafood have always been an important part of the Marin food shed — there are shell mounds piled up around the county from the region’s Indigenous people — and late summer’s typically glorious weather provides an excellent excuse to head over Marin’s rolling hills.
From north to south county (and a bit beyond), slip and slurp the region’s best briny bivalves and exceptional seafood. Feel the ocean breeze on your cheeks. Relax. The only decision necessary: raw or cooked?Read More