My Marina

Taleen and Lauren
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Marina Green in the late afternoon with a view of the marina and Golden Gate Bridge

There is no better way to learn about a neighborhood than to get the perspective of a local. Taleen Shekerjian and Lauren Beddeo have lived in the Marina for 3 and 2 years, respectively, and had this to say and recommend.

Taleen: One of my favorite things about the Marina is how close it is to the water. The outdoors is so accessible here with nearby parks and charming neighborhoods.

Lauren: The outdoor areas are definitely my favorite as well - a lot of people also get their food to-go and bring it to Marina Green and Fort Mason to eat outside.

Taleen: It’s a great neighborhood to grab a coffee to go and stroll around the various streets and shops. 

Lauren: Living here, you never run out of options. There are so many restaurants in a small radius, it’s easy to go out for a quick bite or a meal with friends.

Taleen and Lauren’s favorites

Tacko

Tacko is a neighborhood staple — it’s always packed on weekends with people getting pickup, to-go and eating in. You can expect a line (sometimes out the door) at all times. Tacko is an unusually Nantucket-themed Mexican restaurant, serving lobster rolls too!

Nantucket prints line the walls of Tacko.


Corn & Black Bean Taco Salad

Lauren adds shrimp to romaine lettuce, grilled corn, black beans, and pico de gallo tossed in lime vinaigrette; topped with guacamole, tortilla strips, and a touch of cotija cheese.

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