• The Point Reyes Beach as viewed from the Point Reyes Headlands

    Point Reyes

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Where To Eat

Disclaimer: The National Park Service provides the names and phone numbers of area businesses as a visitor convenience. Inclusion on this list is not an endorsement.

Restaurants & Delicatessens

Bolinas
Coast Café - 415-868-2298

Drakes Beach
Drakes Beach Café - INDEFINITELY CLOSED

Inverness
Blackbird Café - 415-669-7195
Inverness Store Deli - 415-669-1041
Saltwater Oyster Depot - 415-299-3736
Vladimir's - 415-669-1021

Inverness Park
Perry's Deli - 415-663-1491

Marshall
Hog Island Oyster Bar - 415-663-9218
The Marshall Store's Deli and Oyster Bar - 415-663-1339
Nick's Cove - 415-663-1033
Tony's Seafood - 415-663-1107

Nicasio
Rancho Nicasio - 415-662-2219

Olema
Farmhouse Restaurant - 415-663-1264
Olema Liquor and Deli - 415-663-8615
Sir and Star - 415-663-1034

Point Reyes Station
Café Reyes - 415-663-9493
Cantina - 415-663-9335
Marin Sun Farms Butcher Shop and Restaurant - 415-663-8997
Osteria Stellina - 415-663-1536
Palace Market Deli - 415-663-1016
Pine Cone Diner - 415-663-1536
Station House Café - 415-663-1515
Toby's Coffee Bar
Whale of a Deli - 415-663-8464

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Bakeries
Bovine Bakery, Point Reyes Station - 415-663-9420

Grocery/General Stores
A listing of Grocery and General Stores is available on our Convenience Stores page.

Oyster Companies
Drakes Bay Oyster Company (formerly Johnson's Oyster Farm) - 415-669-1149
Hog Island Oyster Co. - 415-663-9218
Tomales Bay Oyster Co. - 415-663-1242
Point Reyes Oyster Co. - 707-878-2654

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Did You Know?

Tule Elk

In the mid-1800s, the tule elk was hunted to the brink of extinction. The last surviving tule elk were discovered and protected in the southern San Joaquin Valley in 1874. In 1978, ten tule elk were reintroduced to Point Reyes, which now has one of California's largest populations, numbering ~500. More...