Where to eat in Inverness California

The Insider guide to Restaurants, Cafes, Diners & Local Food

  Places to eat in Inverness

Inverness Park Market

“From breakfast made to order to amazing midday fare, from achingly fresh produce to locally raised meats, from seafood to microbrews, Latin staples to Italian delicacies, this is the mother of all small town markets. Everything is here and truly, if it’s not—it’s not needed. Stop here to break your morning fast and grab a sandwich for a hike, stop here on the way back to get your cocktail nibbles and fermented beverages. Stop here.”

-Eater SF

Table full of fruit, flowers, wine and groceries.

IP Market is the local grocer for Inverness. The produce is organic and almost exclusively locally sourced. You’ll find all the necessaries, plus house baked cookies, scones, coffee cakes and muffins.
IP Market features a farm fresh delicatessen that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. They open at 8am, which is perfect if you want to pick up breakfast and a coffee before heading out for an early hike. It’s next door to the Tap Room.

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Tap Room exterior at night, with patrons and a dog.

Tap Room

A great local spot to sit down to a craft beer, glass of wine and hearty gastro pub favorites. Their house smoked West Marin Reuben is a big favorite, as is their fish taco trio.

Food is made from scratch, with carefully sourced local ingredients. Even the buns for the burgers are baked in house using organic flour.

Learn more about the Tap Room

Vladamir’s Czech

Vlad’s is an Inverness classic. The menu is hearty Czech food, with home made bread and a full bar. Stop in for dinner or to have drinks at the lively bar, a favorite with locals. Vlad’s has a lovely patio for outdoor seating.

Inverness Store

Not to be confused with Inverness Park Market, this bodega sells drinks, supplies and snacks and is across the street from the Inverness Post Office.

Saltwater Oyster Depot

Sustainably farmed oysters and a changing menu of seasonal dishes made with local and regional ingredients feature in this Inverness restaurant. Patio dining, across the street from Tomales Bay.

More Point Reyes Dining Guides

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.

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.

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…