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Osprey Peak

Restaurants Near Inverness, CA

Restaurant Overview

Below is a quick overview of the local restaurants, grouped by location. Each establishment appeals to different tastes. We offer a brief synopsis based on the commentaries by our guests. WE STRONGLY SUGGEST that you use review sites such as Yelp to help determine which restaurant(s) is/are to your liking.

Due to COVID-19, several of the restaurants offer take-out as well as outdoor dining and indoor dining. You may bring your take-out food back to Osprey Peak. We'll provide you with dishes, glassware & cutlery. 

Please call and/or check the websites of the various restaurants for hours and offerings. With COVID-19 changes and staffing/supply chain hiccups, everything is in a "fluid" state of change.

This section was updated on June 2022.

In Inverness and Inverness Park

Luc Chamberland's Saltwater features oysters, local ranch meats, fresh fish, salads, small bite features, and a varied selection of bottled and on-tap wines, plus artisan beers by North Coast Brewery. Saltwater celebrates the local harvest with innovative, flavorful selections. Indoor and patio dining as well as takeout.
Vladimir’s Czechoslovakian offers Eastern European entrees updated by the late Vladimir’s daughter, Vladia, and her mate, Mike.(CASH ONLY). Open for takeout and outdoor dining. 

Between Inverness and Point Reyes Station, the small settlement of Inverness Park features the Inverness Park Market. Try out their expertise in creating sandwiches, salads and take-out dinners. Enjoy Graffeo coffee and select food to take to the beaches. Outstanding grocery selection too.  

In Olema

(2 miles south of Point Reyes Station—intersection of Highway One and Sir Francis Drake Blvd.)
Not open at this time. (July 2022)

Due West

Open nightly for dinner.

In Point Reyes Station

The first building you see on your left as you enter Point Reyes Station from the south on Highway One. Casual, friendly atmosphere accentuated with authentic Neapolitan, thin crust pizzas baked in a flash inside the 800-degree, wood-fired brick oven. Also featuring big, fresh organic salads, soups, raw local oysters—smoothed down with draft brews and wines—all of which may be enjoyed on the patio, inside or takeout. 

The Station House Café is a perennial favorite for “comfort food” entrees and a well-stocked bar. Pleasant garden area service or indoor dining.

415 663-0303
Their eclectic menu features slow-cooked meats and organic vegetables: slow-roasted chicken & other specialties. Fresh, wholesome salads, and sandwiches. All ingredients sourced from best-practice purveyors with health, sustainability, and deliciousness in mind. Limited capacity indoor dining, patio dining or takeout. 

Across 4th Street from Side Street Kitchen is the Tomales Bay Foods operation—housing Cowgirl Creamery, where they make world-class cheeses featured in Michelin rated restaurants and where you can purchase cheeses made by Cowgirl and other artisan makers. Pick up sandwiches, soup and of course, cheese for takeout. See their extensive menu for beer, wine and other delights to go along with your food. Open for takeout.

At the opposite end of Point Reyes Station is the Whale of a Deli, offering real Mexican burritos and freshly constructed soft tacos and sandwiches. Check out the beverage cooler if you want “original Coca-Cola” and other soft drinks.

Point Reyes Roadhouse
Hamburgers, hot sandwiches and comfort foods. Outdoor and indoor dining.

Along the Eastern Shore of Tomales Bay on Highway One

About eight miles north of Point Reyes Station is the area called Marshall. There one finds Tony’s—a longtime favorite for seafood and sunsets. Newly refurbished after purchase by Hog Island Oyster Company.  Now open for full service indoor or outdoor bayside dining.

A half-mile farther north is the Marshall Store which offers local and Pacific NW oysters along with chowders, sandwiches and seasonal specials. This is counter service with tables and seating on their deck or outside along Tomales Bay.

Selling oysters, clams, and mussels for takeout only on weekends. No picnicking allowed on-site. 

Hog Island Oyster Co., is 8/10 mile north of the Marshall Store. This is the farm location where it all began. You may buy live oysters, mussels and clams as well as fresh fish to go daily. They no longer offer the onsite shuck-your-own picnic tables and grills at the farm.
However, The Boat Oyster Bar is a full service, outdoor cafe serving a light seasonal menu of raw & BBQ'd oysters, salads, cheese, charcuterie boards and fresh seafood specials on weekends. Reservations required.

Five miles north of Marshall is the re-vitalized Nick’s Cove.  Fresh seafood, barbecued oysters and a full range of local meats and seafood. Garden fresh vegetables from their onsite croft.  Open daily for counter service and outdoor dining.

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