Classic Point Reyes Station Dining at Station House Cafe
Indoor & Garden Patio Dining
Join us for indoor dining at Station House Café. We’ve reconfigured out dining room to allow plenty of space between tables, and we’re limiting the number of guests.
We also offer outdoor dining in our beautiful garden patio. We’ve completed the Marin County Recovers Site-Specific Protection Plan and are delighted to welcome you for a safe and wonderful dining experience.
Indoor and patio seating on a first-come, first-served basis.
NOTE: Patio dining is available on days when the weather allows. Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome!
County regulations for outdoor dining:
- Guests must wear masks at all times except when eating or drinking.
- Tables must be for dining. Regulations do not allow guests to be seated for only beverages.
- Guests with a fever or other symptoms related to COVID-19 may not enter the facility.
Friday – Tuesday 11-7pm
CLOSED: New Year’s Eve
OPEN: January 1, New Year’s Day 2021
COME SEE US AT SIDE STREET KITCHEN
Our sister restaurant, SIDE STREET KITCHEN, will continue serving up delicious farm to table fare. Juicy rotisserie chickens, slow roasted tri tip and pork belly, and much loved vegetarian dishes, too! It’s just around the corner on 4th St.
IN THE NEWS
Station House Café overcomes rent increase, pandemic challenges in Point Reyes Station
The Station House Cafe was set to close in May after a 300% rent increase. Now, they’re planning to move back into their original location. read more
46-year-old Marin favorite Station House Cafe returns from brink of closure with new home
Station House Cafe, a perennial favorite hangout in Point Reyes Station, is getting ready to move a mere block away from its current address in spring 2021 — a remarkable turn of events for a restaurant that at one point earlier in the pandemic had been preparing to permanently close. read more
MARIN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL
Station House Cafe in West Marin to reclaim original site.
After facing potential closure this year, the Station House Café in Point Reyes Station is set to relocate to the spot where it first opened 56 years ago.
LOCAL NEWS MATTERS
Station House Cafe’s return could be as brief as the Point Reyes Summer
The famed Station House Cafe in Point Reyes Station has re-opened for business, having won a reprieve from what seemed like its imminent demise. read more
Exorbitant rent hike prompts Station House Cafe to close after 46 years
Station House Cafe, the 46-year-old brunch and seafood restaurant in Point Reyes, will have its last take-out service late this month as it prepares for closure. read more
News of our reprieve until the end of summer was broadcast by local radio station KWMR on May 27.
Point Reyes Station restaurant Station House Cafe prepares to close after rent hike
Fans of the Station House Cafe were devastated Saturday when the 46-year-old Point Reyes Station restaurant announced it would close at the end of May. read more
Serving Point Reyes Station for 56 Years
Our bar has been a favorite spot for locals and visitors to enjoy a beer or cocktail and some fantastic local bands. Even though there wasn’t much space for dancing, you guys found a way! Thanks to all you music lovers who came to support our bands and show us how to have a good time. We are grateful to the many talented local musicians who graced our little stage and brought the gift of music to our corner of Point Reyes Station.
Check out this tribute page created for us by Charlie Hickox, a former member of the California Honeydrops. Charlie played at Station House Cafe every Friday night through the 90s, then joined us on Sunday nights with the Ninth Ward Millionaires.
IN THE GARDEN
Our garden patio has been the setting for so many celebrations: anniversaries, birthdays…even weddings. Or how about just celebrating the weekend with a cocktail and brunch? This was a magical spot and we’re glad to have hosted so many of your happiest moments.
GREAT LOCAL FOOD
What’s your favorite Station House Cafe dish? We sourced organic, fresh and local foods to create some of your favorite foods — from our classic breakfasts to your favorite burgers to fresh local fish and oysters. We’ve proudly supported local farms, producers and food artisans.