Station House Café in the News

“Station House Cafe’s secret garden-esque patio fills up quickly when the weather is nice. Loved by locals and tourists alike, the eatery serves up quality comfort food made with ingredients sourced from neighboring farms, fisheries, and creameries. Swing by for a breakfast of French toast, eggs Benedict, or chilaquiles. At lunch, get festive with oysters and bubbly. Dinner is reserved for guilty pleasures—think mac and cheese, po’ boys, roast chicken, and cocktails. If you’re around on a Sunday, pop in for live music.”  7×7 

“Without question the most popular gourmet-quality restaurant in the Tomales Bay area.”  Point Reyes Light

That Station House Cafe has a lot going for it—tasty vittles, ace servers and a rousing weekend live music lineup. Pacific Sun

“A gem of a neighborhood café. . . .” Gourmet Magazine

“I can’t think of a more delightful place to bring my summer guests to show off the best of what Marin has to offer.” Marin Independent Journal

“What distinguishes the place is owner Sheryl Cahill’s commitment to local producers: cheese from Cowgirl Creamery, meat from Niman Ranch, oysters from Drake’s Bay Oyster Co., dairy from Straus and Clover Stornetta, eggs from Amanda’s Organic, coffee from Thanksgiving. Ingredients are organic and sustainable when possible. “
San Francisco Chronicle

“The well-established outdoor garden is a splendor in good weather and the bar a true refuge in poor.” Eater SF

“7 Marin Chefs Share Their Favorite Comfort Foods, Kitchen Hacks and Recipe Tips.” Marin Magazine

“The garden patio to the south is as large as the building itself. The outdoor seating is spread among fountains, flowerbeds, fruit trees and trellises holding climbing roses. Jasmine hangs from wooden fences while outdoor lights span gazebos and umbrellas. It is, perhaps, the most tranquil space in all of downtown.” Point Reyes Insider Guide

“The service is friendly, honest and direct; the staff obviously cares about how you enjoy your meal . . . . ”  Pacific Sun

“The Station House Café is known for its good food and animated atmosphere, particularly when the live music fires up on weekends.” Frommer’s guidebook

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“With entrees ranging from Wagyu to Risotto, it’s hard to make a decision on just what to have for dinner. Not to mention the fact that these folks also serve breakfast and lunch, six days a week!” Thanksgiving Coffee

“A gorgeous historic restaurant with tall ceilings, this was a popular spot for grub during the days of the North Pacific Coast Railroad. For breakfast, you should definitely try “The Hangtown Fry,” an omelet made with fried Pacific oysters and bacon.”