“It’s a trek for me to make it out to West Marin on a weekly basis, but if I could I would for the pork belly Benedict brunch special with poached egg and arugula. Also served on the BLTs, the meaty slab atop sliced sourdough softened by creamy hollandaise is worth a journey.”

Marin Independent Journal

Side Street Kitchen in the News

Named one of Marin’s Most Dog-Friendly Restaurants

“Cheery and casual, this slice of upscale Americana is well worth a visit to soak up the sun over a deliciously executed meal with local roots.”

“The rotisserie chicken has a wonderfully crisp skin with a heavy dose of a secret herb blend that seals in flavor.”

Marin Independent Journal

“The tri tip sandwich is a must-try. The luscious slabs of slow cooked beef are paired with feta, red-onion jam and smoked Portobello mushroom, all just barely tucked into a pillowy soft ciabatta.”

Point Reyes Insider

California Escapes: Where to Eat in Point Reyes National Seashore

The newly remodeled space still pays homage to its history—the diner’s 1950s counter and stools remain. Go for slow-cooked meats, smoked fish, and fresh vegetables before heading to your next adventure.

Simple and Wholesome All Week Long

Apple fritters are just one of many items that will differentiate the restaurant from Ms. Cahill’s other business, The Station House Café, where she’s worked for 27 years and has owned since 2005. “This is an opportunity to try something new and do it from scratch right down the street”.
-Point Reyes Light

Sheryl Cahill Cooks up Something New

“a family-friendly, French-inspired fast-casual eatery that reflects our commitment to fresh, local, and sustainably produced cuisine.”
-Petaluma 360