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Offline wmax351

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Mill Valley CA ~ Pearls Phat Burgers
« on: December 18, 2011, 03:21:24 AM »
A local favorite in my hometown. There are other locations in the San Francisco and in Alameda.

Excellent burgers, fries, etc. Sweet potato fries are amazing, as well as the onion rings. Just off the road from HWY 1 going up the coast to Point Reyes. It is advisable to eat AFTER spirited riding  :sick: as the burgers are big.


  • Baltimore, MD
  • 1991 BMW K75 Standard, Refreshed '94 engine, 1979 Harley Davidson XLS-1000 Sportster Roadster
Bikes:
Current:
1991 BMW K75 Standard, Refreshed '94 engine
1971 BMW R75/5 in Toaster outfit (Shared with Dad)
1979 Harley Davidson XLS-1000 Sportster Roadster


Past:
'83 BMW R65LS (An R65 with a prototype K Bike Front End)
'75 Honda CB550F
'69 CB175
1999 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 (Last month of the original '55 model)
1973 Triumph Tiger TR7V (5 speed, Right Shift, Disc Brake)

Offline johnny

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Re: Mill Valley, CA: Pearls Phat Burgers
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2011, 10:08:28 AM »
greetings wmax351...

i gotts it dialed in...

with us being at sfo for 4 weeks from now on + our regular work there... we are gonna have lotts o time to roll the marin headlands + mt tamalpias + the coast and grubb some phat brugere...

j o





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Offline wmax351

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Re: Mill Valley, CA: Pearls Phat Burgers
« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2011, 08:35:25 PM »
greetings wmax351...

i gotts it dialed in...

with us being at sfo for 4 weeks from now on + our regular work there... we are gonna have lotts o time to roll the marin headlands + mt tamalpias + the coast and grubb some phat brugere...

j o



A few other good ones (that aren't crazy in price) in Mill Valley:

Stefano's pizza (Across from the burger joint)
Chinese Deli: A real hidden gem. It looks like a cheap Chinese steam table joint (which it is to some extent) but ask Suzy, the owner, to make some of her Spicy Won-ton soup or Singapore Noodles. Much better than stale food on a steam table.

Also check out the station house cafe in Pt. Reyes Station, and the oyster farms at tomales bay.
  • Baltimore, MD
  • 1991 BMW K75 Standard, Refreshed '94 engine, 1979 Harley Davidson XLS-1000 Sportster Roadster
Bikes:
Current:
1991 BMW K75 Standard, Refreshed '94 engine
1971 BMW R75/5 in Toaster outfit (Shared with Dad)
1979 Harley Davidson XLS-1000 Sportster Roadster


Past:
'83 BMW R65LS (An R65 with a prototype K Bike Front End)
'75 Honda CB550F
'69 CB175
1999 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 (Last month of the original '55 model)
1973 Triumph Tiger TR7V (5 speed, Right Shift, Disc Brake)