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Must Try Restaurants In Point Reyes

Painted mural, chairs and table.

Side Street Kitchen

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.

Station House Cafe dining room with art.

Station House Cafe

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, outstanding wine list and creative, seasonal cocktails.

Dining room at Station House Cafe with diners.
Where To Eat In Point Reyes Station

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…

Beautifully plated roast salmon and vegetables.
Where To Eat In Inverness CA

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.

Tomales oysters on a grill.
Where To Eat In Marshall

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.

Views of ocean from Highway One.
Where to Eat in Bolinas and Stinson Beach

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.

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Where to stay in Point Reyes

Bedroom opens onto Tomales Bay.

Coal and Feed

The Coal and Feed is one of the most romantic luxury vacation rentals in the Bay Area. It sits directly over Tomales Bay, offering spectacular views and a unique mix of history and modern comfort.

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Black Heron Inn

The Black Heron Inn has three huge guest suites that look out on one of the most spectacular views of any Point Reyes inn. Look forward to privacy, serenity and it’s just minutes from downtown Point Reyes.

Inn entrance with swing and French doors.

Osprey Peak Bed & Breakfast

Inverness bed & breakfast in the Inverness Ridge treetops. Built in the style of a Japanese farmhouse, owners David and Nancy keep the décor and mood serene and contemplative.

Point Reyes Lodging

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Hotels, Motels, Camping

Hotels nestled in the woods and beach resorts on Tomales Bay, tent and RV camping and more.

Point Reyes Cottages

Cottages are the perfect choice for space, privacy and independence when visiting Point Reyes.

Bedroom with large window looking onto the bay.

Point Reyes + Tomales Bay Vacation Rentals

There are some breathtaking private house rentals in Point Reyes and on Tomales Bay. Perfect for romantic getaways and family vacations.

Bridge and building on a hill.

Point Reyes Inns

Beautiful bed and breakfast inns, from Marshall down to Stinson Beach. Plan your next trip to Point Reyes National Seashore and Tomales Bay.