KEEP LEARNING For high school students looking
to get ahead, college kids hoping to transfer to a four-year
university and adults continuing their education, College
of Marin’s Kentfield campus provides a wealth of academia — and pretty spectacular views of Mount Tamalpais.
The newly remodeled school attracts professors looking
to live and teach in the county, and the result is a pool of
high-caliber classes in a wide variety of subjects that will
prepare you for whatever future you choose. The college
is also home to soccer, volleyball, basketball, swimming,
track and field, baseball and softball teams. marin.edu
Temper your craving for a European
vacation with a quick drive from
Kentfield to Ross, where you’ll
find culinary treats from
countries like Italy and France for far
less than the cost of a plane ticket.
42 AMBROSIA (pictured) Ambrosia offers traditional Italian fare in the
kind of family-friendly restaurant the county is
known for. Owner Mark Leslie brings his passion for pizza, pasta and premium wines by the
glass to the restaurant’s new Kentfield location.
43 MARCHÉ AUX FLEURS Named for a popular farmers’ market in the south
of France, Marché aux Fleurs has a menu built
from local, seasonal offerings. The French
eatery, located in Ross, complements its menu
with wines from small family-run vineyards.
44 TRATTORIA FRESCO The ideal spot for an Italian-style date night. The
Ross trattoria’s house-made pastas, traditional
Italian salads, grilled meat dishes and pastries
are made with local organic ingredients; owner/
chef Marco Franceschini will likely stop by your
table to check in. 415.464.0915 45