Third-wave Coffee in a Barn
Coffee in a barn? Yup, it's as sweet as it sounds. Toby's Coffee Bar opened in 2006 in Toby's Feed Barn, in the center of Point Reyes Station. A small town with a big pastoral heart, Point Reyes is known throughout the Bay Area as both a tight-knit community of ranchers, farmers, artisans and artists, and a destination for those seeking breathtaking landscapes, exquisite food, and a touch of the eccentric.
The perfect spot to grab a coffee and pastry to-go, gather with friends, read the morning paper, or catch up on the town's goings on, our purpose is as old fashioned as our offerings: delicious coffeehouse drinks and home-baked goods, all made with the very best local organic ingredients and fair trade coffees and teas.
Keeping it Close
We take this "local" thing pretty seriously. Our drinks and eats are a direct reflection of the incredible agricultural and artisanal food community that surrounds us. Toby's proudly serves San-Francisco-roasted Linea coffee with organic milk from Straus Family Creamery, a family-owned dairy business located just up the road. Our pastries and snacks are baked daily across the street at our sister restaurant, Osteria Stellina, and at Brickmaiden Breads, by artisan bread maker Celine Underwood.
The Heart of a Community
In addition to our coffee bar, Toby's Feed Barn is home to a general store, art gallery, yoga studio, farmers market and community garden. Together, we make up the heart of the Point Reyes community — a neighborhood place to gather, eat, drink, shop, relax, and reconnect.
Toby's Coffee Bar is among several local businesses owned and operated by chef Christian Caiazzo, whose rustic Italian restaurant Osteria Stellina on Main Street and GBD Grilled Cheese stand at the Point Reyes farmers market have long been a destination for Bay Area food lovers.