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 Neapolitan-style, thin crust pizzas baked in a flash inside the 800-degree, wood-fired brick oven. Also featuring big, fresh salads, soups, raw local oysters—smoothed down with draft brews and wines—all of which may be enjoyed on the patio on warm days. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays—
The Station House Café is a perennial favorite for “comfort food” entrees and a well-stocked bar with live music on weekends. Pleasant garden area service when weather permits. Closed on Wednesdays.
The Old Western Saloon is the place where a cross-section of West Marin residents and adventurous visitors gather for serious drinking, pool playing, and occasional dancing when a live band plays on weekends.
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.
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 get a tour, tastings and purchase cheeses made by Cowgirl and other artisan makers. The TBF deli counter offerings are varied and unique—hot entrees, sandwiches, etc.
At the opposite end of Point Reyes Station is the Whale of a Deli, offering real Mexican burritos and freshly constructed soft tacos. Check out the beverage cooler if you want “original Coca-Cola” and other soft drinks—made with cane sugar instead of corn syrup or Frankenstein chemicals.
Just south of Point Reyes Station on Highway One is Marin Sun Farms. Locally raised grass fed beef, goat, lamb, etc—a traditional retail butcher shop with the added feature of a dine-in restaurant. Get’cher Burger of choice along with a side of signature French Fries cooked in authentic pork lard.