• Location: Point Reyes Station, Marin County
  • Duration: 5 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 195.00 View price calendar

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Located just north of San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin County is well-known for its incredible artisan cuisine—and this small-group tour highlights some of its best. Sample wines and gourmet cheeses, go oyster tasting and try fresh-baked breads as well as pastries, meats and produce. Along the way, your guide will fill in the details of Marin’s sustainable food production, its agricultural methods and details on local history and land preservation. The tour concludes with a leisurely picnic at Tomales Bay.

For a personalized experience, the tour is limited to no more than seven people.


  • Marin food tour with all tastings included
  • Go behind-the-scenes at Hog Island Oyster Company and taste their mouthwatering raw and BBQ oysters!

  • Sample breads, cheeses, produce, wine, oysters and more
  • Visit the Bovine Bakery and try some of their delicious chai

  • Learn about the culinary history of Marin from your expert guide
  • Small-group tour limited to seven people ensures a more personalized experience

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

What You Can Expect

Best of Marin County Food Tour: Hog Island Oyster Farm, Cowgirl Creamery, Brickmaiden Breads

Oysters, cheese, wine and more!

Begin your culinary Best of Marin County Food adventure at Tomales Bay Foods in Point Reyes Station, where your guide will be waiting for you. Here, you’ll enjoy local pastries and learn all about the local history of West Marin.

Next, it's time for cheese! Cowgirl Creamery, located within Tomales Bay Foods, is famous for their luscious cheeses. You get to sample all six of their delicious cheeses, each one with its own interesting story.

Then it’s off to Brickmaiden Breads. This bakery is not typically open to the public, but you get special access and an up close look at how bread is made—and then get to taste the results! Next head over to the Bakery to taste some comforting chai and learn about the cute town of Point Reyes Station.

A short drive brings you to Marin Sun Farms, known for its selection of grass-fed meats. Enjoy a burger tasting with sweet potato fries, onion rings, fried brussels sprouts and salad. Finish that off with some water buffalo gelato!  Your next stop is Table Top Farm on the Point Reyes mesa—a perfect spot for getting your week’s farm-fresh veggies.

Thirsty? It’s time for a little wine tasting at Heidrun Meadery, known for its delightful sparkling honey wine.

Your tour concludes with a visit to Hog Island Oyster Farm and a sampling of Hog Island’s Sweetwater oysters—taken fresh from Tomales Bay. Come hungry for this incredible tour!

Customer Reviews

Brian J

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2017

The description does not do this tour justice. You accomplish and see so much in such a short period of time. Go hungry. Very hungry. Lessons in history, geography, farming, beekeeping, baking, oyster farming, winemaking, etc. Great tour, great place to visit, weel worth the time.

Stefanie O

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Amazing tour! You are able to get an informative history about the area while enjoying the best food West Marin has to offer.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2015

Our tour of Marin County with Elizabeth was fantastic! Touring with Elizabeth was like spending a very informative and casual day with an old friend. She is a native of Marin County and knows its history, current environment, and all of its great people. This is a great way to get to know an area close to wine country and San Francisco in a very relaxed way. I highly recommend spending a day with Elizabeth. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our time with her!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2015

Amazing! Elizabeth was so sweet and took us to the best restaurants! Would definitely go again!

Emily G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2015

This tour is AMAZING. Elizabeth takes fabulous care of her guests and because she's such a part of the community, you really feel like a local when you're in Point Reyes Station and touring all of the different food shops/facilities. We ate so much and so well that day. We had fresh pastries, freshly baked bread, chai, Cowgirl Creamery cheeses, burgers and sides, sparkling mead, and raw and barbecued oysters. My girlfriends and I were celebrating a baby shower while the other couple on the tour was celebrating their 11th anniversary. I would highly recommend this tour for any special occasion and or simply for a lovely day out on the coast. 5 stars!

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