Marin Sun Farms cafe in Point Reyes Station - one of the best meals I've had in a long time.
Apologies if there's already a posting on this - but didn't feel like sorting through all the posts about the brand rather than the cafe.
After a lovely walk down to the lighthouse, my friend and I stoped in to grab a bite. It's definitely gotten a little more formal since the last time I've been, with table service - but the food was incredible.
i had the goatburger with goat cheese, and my friend had the lamburger with lamb bacon (both with other accompaniments too) - both incredible and among the best burgers we've had.
fries are a la carte, but worth the $4, they are thin fries cooked in pork lard to deliciousness.
there's also a wide variety of veggies (we got the kale) lightly fried in pork lard that are perfectly crisped.
still very casual, with the expected ambience and service of the butcher shop that it is, but an absolutely amazing place to eat.
From the menu in the link by the OP.
beef burger :: 8oz grass-fed beef, house cured bacon, early girls, cave aged gruyere, organic
greens, pickle 13
lamb burger :: 8oz grass-fed lamb, manchego, chimichurri, organic greens, pickle 14
Goat Burger :: 8oz grass-fed goat, chenel chevre, herbed shitake conserva, caramelized
onions, organic mixed greens, pickle 14
Black & Blue burger :: 8oz grass-fed beef, point reyes blue cheese, sweet red onions, rocket,
organic greens, pickle 14
Glad you enjoyed your burgers. We stopped by at the end of September before noon on a Saturday. Had been eager to try some burgers. While the flavors were great, both the lamb burger and the beef burger were ordered medium and arrived well-done. Disappointingly dry. And the side of fries, while delicious, is disappointingly small for the price. I'll gladly purchase meat (and we did: chicken breasts and ground beef to grill on our brief escape to the Russian River) from them again, but will probably seek out other meal options.
i would never order meat that high-quality anything other than medium rare or rare - otherwise you're losing all the flavor. i believe that the fries were $4 and arrived in a medium sized cone - given that they're fresh-cut and organic, i don't think it's that bad of a deal. i also think there's been some sort of upgrade in the past few months