Where to eat in Point Reyes Station

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

  Places to eat in Point Reyes Station

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Station House Cafe

“THE WELL-ESTABLISHED OUTDOOR GARDEN IS A SPLENDOR IN GOOD WEATHER AND THE BAR A TRUE REFUGE IN POOR.”

-EATER SF

“THE STATION HOUSE CAFÉ IS KNOWN FOR ITS GOOD FOOD AND ANIMATED ATMOSPHERE, PARTICULARLY WHEN THE LIVE MUSIC FIRES UP ON WEEKENDS.”

 -FROMMER’S GUIDEBOOK

Point Reyes Station
Restaurant: Breakfast, Lunch , Dinner
Full Bar: Beer, Wine, Cocktails & Bar Snacks
Live Music: Sundays 5-8, no cover

dog friendly restaurants in point reyes
Sunny, dog friendly patio @ Side Street Kitchen
Side Street Kitchen

Bright and cozy, this latest addition to the Point Reyes dining scene features slow roasted meats, rotisserie chicken and locally sourced veggie dishes that will have you eating your vegetables first! The dog friendly patio is the place to be when the weather is fine.

Side Street Kitchen website

 

OSTERIA STELLINA

Delicious farm to table Italian inspired fare. Go here to share small plates, enjoy local oysters, try their outstanding gourmet pizza.

Their lunch menu is shorter than their dinner offerings. They have a good assortment of small plates and starters, pizza, their much-loved gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, and a couple of hearty dishes like seafood stew. Oysters are also available at lunch.

The dinner menu opens up many more options, and shines with seasonal delicacies—made with local ingredients—some of which are even grown on the restaurant’s own farm. The meat and fish are impeccably sourced.

They have an excellent wine list, so definitely take a look. And even though it’s hard to hold back, if you leave room for dessert, you’ll be happy you did.

Stellina website

Cafe Reyes

Cafe Reyes is best known for their wood fired pizza. But they also serve delicious salads, oysters and huge slices of fruit pie. You can eat indoors, or at one of their outdoor park bench-style tables.

Cafe Reyes website

 
Toby’s Coffee Bar
Toby’s Coffee Bar

This tiny coffee bar is located inside of Toby’s Feed barn and serves delicious local, organic baked goods, coffee and espresso drinks.

Toby’s Coffee Bar website

 

Bovine Bakery

Stop in here for a sweet treat: cookies, scones, muffins, tartes and more. They also have daily oven baked pizza by the slice. No espresso here, but they do make very good drip coffee, and serve Chai Baba.

Bovine Bakery website

 

Cowgirl Creamery

The Cowgirl Cantina is a take-away deli  that sells gourmet sandwiches, salads and wine. There’s also a cheese bar, where you can sample and purchase local cheese, and they carry a tempting selection of gourmet foods: from pancetta to compote to amazing gourmet crackers. The perfect place to stock your picnic basket.

Cowgirl Creamery website

Marin Sun Farms Bacon Cheese Burger
Marin Sun Farms

Marin Sun Farms has both a restaurant and a must-visit butcher shop just outside of downtown Point Reyes Station. Dave Evans, who has deep local family roots as a rancher, raises grass fed beef on the rolling grassland along the coast. You’ll also find goat, pork, lamb and duck in his meat case and on his menu.

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Palace Market

You’ll find a take away deli counter at the back of the market that serves hot and cold food (including breakfast), plus soft serve ice cream made from local buffalo milk. On summer weekends, they set up a BBQ in the parking lot, where you can pick up BBQ and burgers fresh off the grill.

Palace Market website 

 

Whale of a Deli

Whale of a Deli is both a small bodega, selling chips, candy and soda, as well as a deli counter that serves up sandwiches, pizza whole and by the slice, and Mexican food. They also have a Double Rainbow ice cream counter.

Whale of a Deli has no website

  From gourmet to straight up comfort food—organic coffee to cocktails—you’ll find breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, health foods, beer & bar snacks, kids meals and more. Point Reyes Station is a great place to eat!

Have a drink in Point Reyes Station

Station House cafe

This is the place to go for cocktails, excellent bar snacks, live music (Sunday nights from 5-8). They have a thoughtfully curated wine, beer and spirits list, at friendly prices, especially on Thursdays, when they offer a select list of wine at half off. Aside from the Saloon across the street, The Station House has the only full bar in Point Reyes Station.

Check out their happy hour specials, Monday-Friday from 3-6pm!

Station House bar snacks & drink menu

Old Western Saloon

Overflowing with both character, and characters—our local dive bar is a great place to stop in for cold beers, bracing cocktails, live music and dancing, and to soak up a piece of history. 

 

LOCAL WINEMAKERS & TASTINGS

Don’t miss a chance to taste some of our local wines. My favorite place is Heidrun Meadery. It’s just up the road from downtown Point Reyes Station and they make their own sparkling mead. It’s amazing stuff, and they’re open for tastings. 

see their tasting schedule

wine lists

In addition to Station House Cafe’s full bar, you’ll find excellent wine selections at Osteria Stellina & Side Street Kitchen.

Heidrun Meadery tasting room
Places to Buy Wine & Beer

You can buy bottles of wine to take away for picnics or to take back to your room or cottage. Palace Market is the place to go, but you can also find wine at Cowgirl Creamery Cantina.

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