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Where to eat in Bolinas and Stinson Beach

The Insider guide to Restaurants, Cafes, Diners & Local Food in Bolinas & Stinson Beach, California

  Places to eat in Bolinas & Stinson Beach


Other dining guides: Point Reyes StationInverness, Marshall

Coast Cafe

People love the oysters, fish & chips and blackberry pie here. The menu is varied, so it’s easy to find something to enjoy. They have patio seating in nice weather and the service is friendly, even when they get really busy.

46 Wharf Rd

Eleven Wine Bar Bistro

This tiny restaurant is located in a Victorian style house features a short but interesting wine menu and nightly specials made from local, seasonal products. Try one of their gourmet pizzas, beautiful salads or a plate of oysters.

11 Wharf Road

Bolinas Market

You’ll find a take away deli for cold foods like sandwiches and pasta salad. They also have a hot bar with items such as rotisserie chicken and ribs, which get sold out quickly.

40 Wharf Road

The Siren Canteen
Stinson Beach

Go here for burgers, tacos, nachos, sweet potato fries, milk shakes. Friendly service and an on-the-sand location make this a popular spot.


Breakers Cafe
Stinson Beach

Breakers serves breakfast and lunch, the later including favorites like crab melt, grilled fish tacos and burgers. They have a sea view and outdoor seating.


Sand Dollar
Stinson Beach

Go here for chowder, catch of the day, cioppino, or a juicy burger. It’s a great place for cocktails and you can sit outside when the weather is nice and enjoy live music at the weekends.


Parkside Cafe
Stinson Beach

This is the spot for coastal California fare: seafood pastas, chowder, crab Benedict. They server breakfast, lunch and dinner, and offer excellent wood fired pizzas for take out only.


Parkside Snack Bar
Stinson Beach

This outdoor beach snack bar counter is the place to queue for take away hot dogs, burgers, fries, milkshakes, swirly soft serve cones, smoothies.

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Where To Eat In Inverness CA

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Where To Eat In Point Reyes Station

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