CCS designed the modern-meets-rustic design of Mill Valley’s new Tamalpie Pizzeria. The artsy-urban vibe features reclaimed wood, concrete, and steel accented by pops of pizza-saucy red.

Appealing to Marin’s outdoor-enthusiasts, the pizza joint not only nods in namesake to hiker-heaven Mount Tam, but features bicycle-themed artwork like handlebars and seats in the shape of deer heads. Valet your bike wheels and grab an organic, made in-house thin crust pie (each named after trail heads). And while quenching your thirst – don’t forget to check out the funky wine bottle chandelier in the private dining room, and the impressive 40 foot timber beam salved from a single redwood tree.

Photography: Paul Dyer

CCS designed the modern-meets-rustic design of Mill Valley’s new Tamalpie Pizzeria. The artsy-urban vibe features reclaimed wood, concrete, and steel accented by pops of pizza-saucy red.

Appealing to Marin’s outdoor-enthusiasts, the pizza joint not only nods in namesake to hiker-heaven Mount Tam, but features bicycle-themed artwork like handlebars and seats in the shape of deer heads. Valet your bike wheels and grab an organic, made in-house thin crust pie (each named after trail heads). And while quenching your thirst – don’t forget to check out the funky wine bottle chandelier in the private dining room, and the impressive 40 foot timber beam salved from a single redwood tree.

Photography: Paul Dyer

CCS designed the modern-meets-rustic design of Mill Valley’s new Tamalpie Pizzeria. The artsy-urban vibe features reclaimed wood, concrete, and steel accented by pops of pizza-saucy red.

Appealing to Marin’s outdoor-enthusiasts, the pizza joint not only nods in namesake to hiker-heaven Mount Tam, but features bicycle-themed artwork like handlebars and seats in the shape of deer heads. Valet your bike wheels and grab an organic, made in-house thin crust pie (each named after trail heads). And while quenching your thirst – don’t forget to check out the funky wine bottle chandelier in the private dining room, and the impressive 40 foot timber beam salved from a single redwood tree.

Photography: Paul Dyer

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Photography: Paul Dyer

CCS designed the modern-meets-rustic design of Mill Valley’s new Tamalpie Pizzeria. The artsy-urban vibe features reclaimed wood, concrete, and steel accented by pops of pizza-saucy red.

Appealing to Marin’s outdoor-enthusiasts, the pizza joint not only nods in namesake to hiker-heaven Mount Tam, but features bicycle-themed artwork like handlebars and seats in the shape of deer heads. Valet your bike wheels and grab an organic, made in-house thin crust pie (each named after trail heads). And while quenching your thirst – don’t forget to check out the funky wine bottle chandelier in the private dining room, and the impressive 40 foot timber beam salved from a single redwood tree.

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