Point Reyes National SeaShore
From its thunderous ocean breakers crashing against rocky headlands and expansive sand beaches through its open grasslands to its brushy hillsides and forested ridges, visitors can discover over 1000 species of plants and animals. Home to several cultures over thousands of years, Point Reyes preserves a tapestry of stories and interactions of people. Point Reyes awaits your exploration.
Cafe Reyes, Wood Oven Pizza, Eclectic Bohemian West Marin Chic. Patio. (No Lattes. Oh just kidding, but the
day we visited we were in quest of a Latte and their machine was broken.) Owner Robert Harvell happened to be our waiter that day.
The oysters were the best we've had lately.
11101 State Route One, Point Reyes Station
Coffee & Snacks:
Bovine Bakery, Pt. Reyes Station (NO LATTE!) Great Baked Goods.
I am sorry, I don't know the name, but in barn like building accross from Cheda's Garage
and East of the Grocery Store, is a place with organic coffee, lattes and cappucinos. (Pfew! Latte in an anti-latte town.) I think it might just simply be called
Organic Coffees & Teas, as that is what the banner above the place says.
Cowgirl Creamery/Tomales Bay Foods
Witness the art of cheesemaking at the Creamery in Point Reyes Station
Taste & select artisan & farmstead cheeses at Cowgirl Creamery's retail shops in Point Reyes Station.
Year round. Seasonal spring/summer and fall/winter cheeses. Cowgirl Creamery & Tomales Bay Foods opened
in 1997 in a renovated hay barn in Point Reyes Station. The smell of the cheese might tempt you spend more
on a picnic lunch then you intended. Beware.
In the barn, visit the Creamery, select farmstead & artisan cheeses,
enjoy picnic fare from the Cowgirl Cantina & organic fruits &
vegetables from Golden Point Produce.
80 4th Street at B (one block in from Hwy 1)
Point Reyes Station
Open Wed-Sun, 10am-6pm.