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Nick's Cove a treasure trove: century-old roadhouse lovingly restored into fine dining destination

Reviewed on Sunday, August 5, 2007

If a restaurant can be said to have it all, the new Nick's Cove in Marshall might qualify.

It has the view. Through the large plate-glass windows or from the outdoor deck you look west across a mile-wide expanse of Tomales Bay to the Point Reyes peninsula -- a scene of unspoiled serenity and beauty.

It has the decor, where the deer and the antelope play.

It has the food. Boy does it have the food.

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