Tyler Florence Shutters Rotisserie & Wine in Napa. Piatti Ristorante & Bar, Mill Valley. This Cal-Italian restaurant, one of six locations in Northern California, has been a fixture beside Marin's Richardson Bay for nearly 15 years, but a major remodeling in 2008 opened up an enlarged bar area and the waterside view.
It's primarily a dining spot, but when the sun is out, the bar scene is tough to beat. Sit on the outside deck with a cocktail and watch the birds on one side and the flirts on the other. The vibe: White marble and dark wood trim with huge windows provide an airy feel, with wide views of the water and the Mill Valley hillsides nearby. The U-shaped bar takes up the center of the building. A wooden deck hosts about six tables, which are prime seats when the weather's nice. The crowd: By day, Piatti's bar buzzes with a combination of retirees from nearby condos and businesspeople discussing deals. Best seat: Seats on the eastern side of the bar (to your right as you enter) provide the best views of both the bar scene and the water.
Ristorante & Bar. Kudos from a Previous Guest: "Please know how thrilled we (and ALL the guests!)
Were with our fantastic evening and experience at piatti's!!! Wow - where to start? Lovely venue (tide was up and sun was out and mountain was gleaming), food - wow! Raves from all!!! And your staff - couldn't have been any better!!! Stunning views of Richardson’s Bay and Mt Tamalpais provide a picturesque backdrop for your event at Piatti. Fireside Room The Fireplace Room is a cozy, completely private area that will accommodate 42 seated guests and 55 standing. Atrium A semi-private room that will accommodate 90 guests seated and 120 standing. The Patio The Patio is a small, yet refreshing waterfront area, which can accommodate 30 seated or 50 standing guests.
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