Song I drive up to Jenner we noticed this little spot in Tomales. I'm not going to lie I only pulled over cause it said free WiFi. So we noticed the menu and what caught my eye was at grass-fed burger at $10 bucks. And...More
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I ate here everyday for a week. Each day I tried something different but some of the menu items were so good that I would repeat anyway. Each meal is hand crafted with great attention to detail and quality. Very consistent. Great food!
Tomales is a quaint little crossroads in Marin county. The deli is in a vintage building on the main corner. The sandwiches were wonderful. Well prepared with quality ingredients. Prices were very reasonable. You can eat inside or at tables on the sidewalk very good-...More
There are not a lot of dining options available sometimes and this little place opens early enough in the morning to fix you a spot of breakfast to get you going. Decent, hand-cooked food for a decent price.
My husband and I stopped for lunch while on a bike ride. They had a bike rack, which is a good thing for that location! Their selection of sandwiches is good and they also have build your own options. We had the tri-tip sandwich and...More
Good selection of sandwiches made to order. Both the regular ham and cheese sort as well as custom selections. Their pulled pork sandwich is pretty good. Also has bottled beer which is nice on a warm day. Free WiFi. This can be handy as wireless...More
Breakfast sandwiches and coffee were great. Although we did not purchase any, they had some delicious pastries available for purchase. The menu was extensive. We did carryout for a picnic.
Stopped in here for breakfast on day two of two day trip. Mistake. Should have gone back to Estero Cafe. Tomales Deli, Bakery, Cafe (it's all in one business) was mediocre at best. Food was edible but uninspiring (mostly commercially prepared, except the eggs).