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Weekday breakfast between Valley Ford & Pt. Reyes?

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Ruby Louise Jul 21, 2008 03:06 PM

We're staying out that way later this week and bad things happen if I don't get caffeine and breakfast before 9:30AM. Rocker Oysterfeller's in Valley Ford is only open for brunch on Sundays. We'd detour out to Wild Flour Bakery in Freestone, but they'll be closed as well. Is there anything besides Pine Cone Diner in Pt. Reyes Station? We'll take anything from a sit-down breakfast to a breakfast burrito for the road.

  1. Melanie Wong Jul 21, 2008 03:59 PM

    Here's my post from last summer on some chow stops between Valley Ford and Marshall (north of Point Reyes Station). http://www.chowhound.com/topics/436044
    You might want to stop at the Valley Ford Market and see if the caffeine choices are acceptable and something from the deli might do in a pinch to tide you over. In Tomales, you could hit up the bakery and there's a cafe, but don't know the opening hours. More info here, www.tomales.com .

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      Ruby Louise Jul 21, 2008 05:05 PM

      Thank you Melanie! Tomales may be just the ticket. From what I can discern it looks like the Tomales Deli/Cafe is open at 7 daily, and the Tomales Bakery is open Thu-Sun at 7 or 7:30. Those pies make me curious so we'll have to check them out.

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        Melanie Wong Jul 22, 2008 12:07 AM

        I hope those work out for you. The Deli-Cafe was the stone unturned in my blitz through Tomales and I'd love to hear more about it.

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