Culinary travel gives you an authentic—and all-five-senses—taste of a local culture.
Here’s our shortlist of the must-try eats in the Point Reyes area.
Bringing the cool back to a medieval favorite, this unconventional meadery serves honey wine, complete with the (busy) bees who make it onsite.
11925 State Route 1, Point Reyes Station
OYSTERS AT DUE WEST
The most famous attraction in Point Reyes may just be the oysters—fresh, local and delicious. And on Saturdays and Sundays, enjoy fresh Tomales Bay oysters without leaving the hotel in our own Due West restaurant.
Due West, Olema House
FOOD & FARM TOURS
Hop on Food and Farm Tours to taste the best foods and drinks in the area. On the tour, you'll get to explore what it takes to make cheese, bread, wine and other local treats, while hearing all about the history of family farming and artisan foods. And, as a special perk, the tour pick up and drop off is right at Olema House!
People say you can taste the love in the handmade breads and pastries from legendary Brickmaiden Bread. Previously only available at the farmer’s market, coming soon you can buy the baked heaven daily in their first retail outpost (Opening Summer 2019).
40 4th Street in Point Reyes
SIR AND STAR
After you finish fresh oysters at Due West for lunch, head over to the inn-inspired Sir and Star just across the street. A Point Reyes institution, the rustic meets high-end restaurant serves memorable rotating dishes like “A Neighbor’s Quail” and “Sea Bass from Waters within Reach.”
10000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Olema, CA 94956
From sourcing fresh ingredients from Marin County's top farmer's market for a private dinner to a VIP tour at California's oldest (and best!) oyster farm, find even more to savor with Olema House's special Curated Packages.