We're the talk of the town! Here's what people are saying around the web:

"If you are going through Tomales, don't miss this bakery. Heck, change your plans so you can be going through Tomales when they are open because once you taste their wares you are not going to want to leave."

"This bakery is the real deal. As good as it gets, so get there early."

"Loved everything about this place. It's tiny but the love and care that goes into each item is immediately apparent. The service was incredible and I loved that you could literally see all the goodies being made."

"Wonderfully tasty little bakery - a must-stop when traveling to the coast."

"The place is always crowded and it is great to sit outside in the communal seating and visit with tourist, bikers and locals.  This is clearly The Spot to eat in the morning in Tomales. "

On favorites:

"I used to think the sticky bun was the best goodie on the menu (it is amazing)....until I discovered the rosemary focaccia!"

On our pies: "Wow. Just the right amount of sweetness and a perfectly flaky, crispy crust."

"Every single thing I ate here was delicious...The sticky bun was pitch perfect. The mini pizzas were impossible to choose from, each selection having impeccable topping choices, but just pick one and you won't be disappointed. The quiche was probably the best I've ever had."

"I'm not much of a pie chick and spotted a brownie.  BEST BROWNIE EVER.  Might I add I make a mean brownie (and my aunt is a pastry chef)."

Bicyclists say:

"The BEST place to refuel on a long bike ride."

"A nice sampling of sweet and savory for a gorgeous bike ride in the area."

"This is my favorite destination while on a bike ride as it is for many other cyclists judging by the number of bikes parked there. "

 

In Tomales Bay, on California's North Coast, there's a special kind of seamlessness between the act of eating and just being in nature. The loveliness of this landscape, which flanks the Point Reyes National Seashore, is in fact shaped largely by food and the raising of it. - Margo True, Sunset Magazine