Whether you’re picking up the camera for the first time or exploring the endless possibilities of Photoshop and Lightroom, The Image Flow is here to help. We offer inspiration, knowledge, expression, and growth in photography through our photography classes, workshops, and lectures-for adults and kids!
The museum store without a museum!
Come in for great gift ideas, creative solutions for entertaining, and attentive personal service. Elegant handcrafted ceramics, glass, wood, leather & jewelry by local and international artists. Beautiful free gift wrapping, shipping anywhere, convenient gift cards, and much more.
Terrestra is located at 30 Miller Avenue
Phone: (415) 384-8330
Whether dad is an audiophile or just wants to grab that elusive CD that reminds him of when he had long hair (or any hair), Gary Scheuenstuhl at our very own independent record shop has everything you need, and the encyclopedic knowledge to help you figure exactly what that is.
And if all that is too much work, Gary’s got gift certificates for every budget. Also, his Mill Valley Music All-Stars are playing a tribute to The Band’s The Last Waltz on June 17 at the Throckmorton – tickets on sale now.
As we reported earlier this month, the delightful Mama’s Royal Cafe aka The Land of 1,000 Stories, has reopened after a hiatus due to water damage. Two months of dealing with water damage they didn’t cause on top of an 18-month construction project is TOO MUCH. Treat Dad to brunch snd support Mama’s! Read the story here.
Mama’s Royal Cafe is located at 387 Miller Avenue
Phone: (415) 388-3261
Stock up on everything you need to celebrate the Dad in your life!
Whole Foods Market is located at 414 Miller Avenue
All Wrapped Up is a Unique Gift Source & Shipping Center located in downtown Mill Valley & established in 1988. We have a huge selection of fine Father’s Day gifts! Find your gift, choose a beautiful card, get it gift wrapped and you’re all set. Open seven days a week. Plenty of on-site parking!
Free gift wrapping.
High-end kitchen system maker Henrybuilt on Miller Avenue will serve as the launchpad for American Institute of Architects San Francisco’s June 17th guided “Made in Marin: Reed House + Mill Valley Design District” tour of an innovative Homestead home that features a groundbreaking prefabricated bamboo panel structural wall system that eliminates traditional wood framing. Henrybuilt, right in the heart of the Miller Avenue Design District, serves as the tour hub, where attendees can pick up tickets, socialize, and hear a quick teaser about the featured home.
Since June 2016, the owners, managers and employees of Miller Ave.-area businesses have displayed a number of attributes in spades: Patience. Creativity. Brilliance. Resilience. (Did we mention patience?).
The 18-month Miller Avenue Streetscape construction project promises a more vibrant, sustainable, community-oriented street that will be safer for everyone. In the meantime, the people that make the Miller Ave. community thrive have worked extremely hard to persist. Through our MillerUP campaign, we’ve asked you in a variety of ways to support those businesses. To those of you who have done just that, thank you!
We thought it would be fun to connect faces – and cinematic, culinary and musical tastes and more – to the names behind some of your
favorite restaurants, shops and businesses in the Miller area.
It’s only a partial list – we urge you to support any and every Miller Ave. business you can. Below is a list of a few folks who are keeping MillerUP, and their answers to 5 Questions:
1. What’s your guiltiest food pleasure? 2. What’s your secret talent? 3. Favorite band and/or film? 4. What the first thing you’ll do when you’re president? 5. What’s your favorite place (of any kind) to go in Mill Valley? GO HERE FOR ANSWERS!
Having a hard time deciding what to get the Dad in your life? Why not a Gift Card? Click here to check out the many shops on Miller Ave, and click through to their website to find their Gift Card options.
- Food, Drink and Hospitality
- Arts and Entertainment
- Health and Wellness
- Fashion and Beauty
- Kids, Pets, Seniors and Family
Miller Ave has it all! Check out the map (print it out and take it with you!) to find whatever you are looking for! Learn more.
Where can I park? Click here for the Miller Avenue Online Parking Map – A map of alternative parking spaces during the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project.
For how long? Most spots in the Main Street area are 2-hour parking spots. If you can’t find street parking, you can park in the City lot (411 Miller) or across the street in the front section of the Whole Foods parking lot.
Also, many Miller Avenue businesses have their own private lots and welcome customers to park there. If you are not sure, call ahead and get their recommendation on where to park.
What if I need more time? Additional unrestricted parking is also available near Reed Street.
Isn’t the construction making traffic terrible?
We have had some slow-downs here and there, but by all accounts, traffic on Miller Avenue has been fine. Please drive slowly through the construction zones and be sure to watch out for pedestrians.