Wine And Dine Your Way Through West Marin

May 6, 2012 8:29 AM

Take an eating road trip through the North Bay. Turn on the radio, set the dial to 90.5, and put the car on auto cruise. There’s sustainable food in Pt. Reyes, delicious oysters in Marshall, and traditional French cheese and deep dish pizza in downtown Petaluma.
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Pine Cone Diner
60 4th St
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
(415) 663-1536

The Pine Cone Diner was originally a truck stop. It is now a part of the organic ranching and farming community of West Marin County. It offers a traditional diner menu emphasizing seasonal, sustainable-raised vegetables, fish, meat and poultry. One reviewer calls it a ‘best kept secret’. The Pine Cone Diner serves breakfast and lunch.

KWMR Radio

(415) 663-8068

KWMR is the Community Radio for West Marin — 90.5 in Point Reyes and 89.9 in Bolinas. Programming is wide and varied — just like West Marin. Tune in to the Riverfront Jazz show on your Sunday afternoon drive.

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The Marshall Store
19225 State Route 1
Marshall, CA 94940
(415) 663-1339

The Marshall Store has been around for 136 years. It first started at the Marshall Train depot, as a general store (with a poolroom) where Hog Island Oyster Company stands today. It’s now where the Marshall Boat Works used to be. Tod Friend, Heidi and Shannon Gregory and Kim Labao now own and run it as an oyster bar, serving creative and delicious fare in a superb location overlooking the bay’s harbor.

Marin French Cheese Company
7500 Red Hill Rd
Petaluma, CA 94952
(707) 762-6001

Marin French Cheese Company is the oldest cheese manufacturer in the USA and a unique part of American history . Known by locals as The Cheese Factory and by its brand name, Rouge et Noir , Marin French has produced hand-crafted Artisan soft-ripened cheese since 1865.

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Old Chicago Pizza
41 Petaluma Blvd N
Petaluma, CA 94952
(707) 763-3897

Built in what was once a ‘house of ill-repute’, Old Chicago Pizza offers pizzas with the thick, tender, flaky crusts you’d expect ‘chicago style’. There’s plenty of bang for your buck here. A large pizza weighs 5 pounds, before the toppings!

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