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Bovine Bakery, Brick Maiden and the Cowgirl at Point Reyes Station.

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I don't remember a post about the obscene size of the Bovine Bakery scone. I almost thought the top pane of the display case was a magnifying glass. The scone fed many as did the very large bear claw, both delicious. Brick Maiden is the house across the parking lot from Cowgirl Creamery. Their wonderful potato loaf was purchased at Palace Market across the street. The supply was at the back of the market on a lower shelf at the right side of the deli case., $7.99 a loaf, perhaps a smaller loaf, but cheaper at San Rafael FM according to a recent post. The new CC cheese Wagon Wheel is out and it was batch #40 something. Price with the new label 50% more than when it was in a plain white wrapper, still under $20 a pound.
Brick Maiden Breads 40 4th St Pt Reyes Sta, CA 94956 (415) 663-1203

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Cowgirl Creamery
80 4th St, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956

Palace Market
11300 Shoreline Hwy, Point Reyes Station, CA

Bovine Bakery
11315 Shoreline Hwy, Point Reyes Station, CA

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  1. I agree. I like all those places. We also get good sandwiches at the Palace Market. My partner prefers them to the sandwiches at the Cowgirl place. I like both. We've gotten wonderful cheese (Cowgirl and non Cowgirl) at the cheese shop there too.

    I also like getting our eggs at Marin Sun Farms on the way out.

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    Palace Market
    11300 Shoreline Hwy, Point Reyes Station, CA

    1. Checked out all those places this week. The raspberry almond marzipan tartlett ($5 -- could serve two if people were willing to share, but I wouldn't bet on that) from Bovine Bakery is going to be on the list of best bites of the year.

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      Bovine Bakery
      11315 Shoreline Hwy, Point Reyes Station, CA