Downtown Larkspur is officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a typical turn-of-the-century town. Fashionable stores and restaurants line downtown’s Magnolia Avenue along with dozens of historical buildings, including the Blue Rock Inn and the newly-restored Lark Theatre, a 1930’s art deco movie house. Just past downtown, the world-famous California restaurant, the Lark Creek Tavern, sits nestled in a redwood grove beside a creek. - See more at: http://www.visitmarin.org/places/larkspur/#sthash.j3n7k78q.dpuf
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