Eye On The Bay: Daytrip, Larkspur

Brian uncovers a tiny town daytrip full of history and beer and even takes a visit inside the gates of San Quentin prison.

VIDEO: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

Silver Peso Saloon
450 Magnolia Ave
Larkspur, CA 94939
(415) 924-3448

Marin Brewing Company
1809 Larkspur Landing Circle
Larkspur, CA 94939-1801
(415) 461-4677
www.marinbrewing.com

Larkspur Heritage Preservation Board
Authors of “Larkspur Past and Present”
www.larkspurheritage.org

The Lark Theatre
549 Magnolia Avenue
Larkspur, CA 94939
(415) 924-5111
www.larktheater.net

Coquelicot
503 Magnolia Ave
Larkspur, CA 94939
(415) 924-0279

San Quentin Museum
98 Dolores St. at East gate of San Quentin Prison
San Rafael, CA 94964
(415) 454-8808

The Left Bank
507 Magnolia Avenue
Larkspur, CA 94939
(415) 927-3331
www.leftbank.com/home_larkspur

Emporio Rulli
464 Magnolia Avenue
Larkspur, CA 94939
(415) 924-7478
www.rulli.com

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One Comment

  1. Joseph Greco says:

    Can’t believe the bartender at the Silver Peso left out the fact that Janis Joplin used to shoot pool and drink there when she lived in Larkspur.

  2. Bill for Frida says:

    my wife is asking where the Filipino restaurant was in this episode. I saw two half Filipinos a brother and sister, but don’t know what shop/restaurant they were showing. Thanks.

  3. Jeanne says:

    Well done-but next time include the fact that only way to go through Marin County, prior to Highway 101 construction, was through each tiny town.
    Quite a trip!!
    Thanks.

  4. John B. says:

    Sorry to see Brian ommitted the biggest draw on weekends during the summers of the 50’s and 60’s. Who could forget the outdoor dances back then. My favorite girl, great music and a warm summer evening, didn’t get any better than that.

  5. Bunny Norris says:

    I watched the story you had on San Quentin Museum. I thought that would be a good place to take our Harley Motorcycle group to. I called the number that you have posted on your website Eye on the Bay. I called and the number was disconnected. I called information and was told that there was no place called
    San Quentin Museum. Can you please get me a working phone number or a contact person. I was also going to turn it over to the Boy Scouts and some other groups that would like to see the museum. Thank you

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