Our southern villages offer lots of beachside eateries, great outdoor dining (some are dog-friendly), or grab food to go and enjoy a cocktail while watching the sunset.
All of the restaurants in Marshall are strung along the bay, so you’ll always have a stunning view. Oysters are the favorite, whether you buy them and shuck your own at a picnic table, or enjoy one of the storied restaurants…and they do have a long history here.
Eating in Inverness is a treat! You’ll find everything from oysters to Czech food to what food writer Leanne Battelle calls the best cupcakes in Marin. You can have weekend brunch on the bay, or get in on one of the best Reuben sandwiches you’ll ever eat.
Point Reyes Station offers the most dining options in the Point Reyes area. You’ll find gourmet sit down restaurants, casual family-friendly places to eat and several places you can enjoy your meal outdoors. There are also a couple of bars, live music, fantastic takeout, wine and cheese tasting and more…
Bartender Jen Warren of Station House Cafe in Point Reyes Station gives us the Insider scoop on making a killer Manhattan. Like most classic cocktails, the Manhattan is made with only a few ingredients—the quality and nuances of those ingredients play a big part in what kind of cocktail you end up with.
CAMPARI OR AMARO?
The Negroni is traditionally made with Campari, but Station House Cafe bartender, Jen Warren, explains that using Lo-Fi Amaro gives this classic cocktail an update by adding the subtle bitter notes of gentian root and the bright, floral lift of hibiscus and rose.