Iron Springs Pub & Brewery 765 Center Blvd, Fairfax, CA94930 In 2004, Iron Springs Pub took the place of what formerly was the Ross Valley Brewing Company. Since then, Iron Springs…More has become a staple of the Fairfax community. Wednesdays the pub offers free, live music and on Tuesdays a part of the proceeds go to designated local nonprofits and schools. The vibe is low-key and laid back, with the picnic tables out front often littered with bikes and cyclists. All beers are brewed on the premises and basic pub food is offered until the kitchen feels like closing. Happy hour is offered Monday - Friday from 4pm - 6pm.
Fair-Anselm Plaza 733 Center Blvd, Fairfax, CA94930 Fair-Anselm Plaza, managed by LRG Capital, is in the heart of Fairfax. The shopping center features Iron Springs Brew…More Pub, Fairfax Nails, Julie Sousa Salon, a U.S. Post Office, Sunshine Bicycles, the Community Wellness Center, Good Earth Natura Foods, Picaroto Cleaners and other businesses.
Properly a drive-through coffee hut and not a "coffee house," but with a loyal clientele that likes to hang out at…More the open-air tables. Espresso drinks and drip coffee, early hours and attractive staff makes this frequently busy establishment a daily stop for many in the Fairfax area.</p>
<p>There is no wi-fi service like many coffee houses boast, but its promiximity to the Iron Springs brewpub across the street means that wi-fi connection is available, if spotty.</p>
Camp Tamarancho 1000 Iron Springs Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Camp Tamarancho offers lots of single-track trails for mountain biking and hiking. The scenery for the loop is quite…More varied: there are dense trees, mountain streams, open spaces and huge boulders. Family passes are available for $40, while individual passes are $25 and a 1-day pass is just $5. Keep in mind that the cliff-side road that leads to Camp Tamarancho can be tricky to navigate. It is rocky, twisting and unpaved -- make sure you have a sturdy vehicle that is capable of making the trip.