Oyster Bar, Wine Bar, Farm to Table Restaurant in Inverness, California. Saltwater sources from local farmers, foragers, fishermen and winemakers to create a menu that is always changing with the seasons and local food shed.
Tony's Seafood is one of those restaurants that goes way back -- serving as a place where locals gather for a plate of their favorite seafood and a cold beer for nearly 70 years. It recently changed hands, was lovingly renovated and is now part of the Hog Island Oyster Co. family of oyster farms and oyster bars.
Tony's menu reads like a classic lineup of everyone's favorite seaside fare: True Cod F&C, hands on shrimp, creamy clam chowder packed with fresh whole clams, oyster po'boys, seafood stew and of course, amazing raw and BBQ oysters pulled fresh out of the bay. All your favorites, with a focus on quality local ingredients and the culinary flair that West Marin is famous for.
The place to go to pack an epic picnic basket -- or grab a fantastic meal at their gourmet delicatessen. IP Market is a mainstay with locals. Tourists are in awe that way out here on the verge of the West Marin wilderness, our local bodega and deli counter are this good. Like, amazingly good.
A small local gastropub serving local, seasonal and organic comfort food. Want to go where the locals go? This is it. And even though this is comfort food, the Tap Room elevates it to West Marin style...making it all from scratch with local, seasonal and organic ingredients. They even bake their own burger buns in house!
Station House Cafe in downtown Point Reyes Station is a local favorite for everything from hearty brunch to decadent burgers + fries to meal size salads and fresh seafood. The menu is varied, seasonal and locally sourced: a refined, West Marin take on farm-to-table comfort food. They have a full bar and a beautiful garden patio for outdoor dining.
If you're in Point Reyes Station, stop in and try our newest restaurant. It's across the street from Cowgirl Creamery, just a few paces off the main street.
There is so much to love about the food. The restaurant itself is charming, like a mash up of a 50's diner and a Parisian corner bistro. It might just become your new favorite place to eat in Point Reyes.