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This cozy spot done up in the colors of the Italian flag has been attracting fans of Neopolitan cooking for almost forty years. The crowds of yuppies, dotcommers, and well-heeled retirees return again and again for the spicy Linguine with Clam Sauce, authentic Sicilian-style pizzas with wafer-thin crusts, and the warm, friendly service that has been the rule here from day one. The wine list is...
In business since 1964, La Ginestra is a Mill Valley institution renowned for its no-pretense, family-style Italian meals—the greatest hits include thin-crusted pizzas, homemade pastas, breaded veal, and chicken with artichokes—and impressive wine list. An adorable little bar sits off to the side of the dining room, just right for a martini or two and a plate of antipasto.
I love this place. I have been going here as long as they have been in existance and love the food and the people.
Maria the owner makes fresh ravioli and pirogi fresh every day. they will bend over backwards to make sure you're happy
A neighborhood, casual dress, italian bistro. Food very good, as was the service. Located right in town, easy walking distance from a few hotels. You feel like a local...
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La Ginestra was started in 1964 by Salvatore and Maria Aversa. In Sorrento, Italy, Sal worked at this father's brick factory until he and Maria came to America in 1955. They worked at the french consulate in San Francisco and later Sal was a waiter and chef in several restaurants in San Francisco. They fell in love with Marin County and in May 1964 opened La Ginestra. They named it "La...
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