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.
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.
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.
Station House Cafe's earthy, refreshing take on a classic cocktail.
Jen Warren, bartender at Station House Cafe in Point Reyes Station, is muddling simple syrup, fresh mint and lime. "This brings out the flavors," she explains.
As she's speaking, the bright, sunny aromas of mint and lime wash over us, evoking memories of tropical vacations and long summer nights.