the food is very mediocre and not worth going there. The cioppino is similar to Campbell's tomato soup with a little ketchup added. The braised scallops came essentially boiled in a little tray filled with broth, and so on. I'm sure there are better choices..
After a hike up and down the stairs at Drake's Bay lighthouse, we were hungry and thirsty on Father's Day, 2011. A waitress,rude to us almost immediately after walking in, prompted us to get back in the car and continue on. The place was hot and stuffy and it was obviously going to be uncomfortable even if we had stayed. Thankfully, we found the FARM HOUSE & DELI in Olema and had fabulous BBQ'd oysters and a chardonnay on their outside deck. The other food was good too: appetizer of babyribs and slaw, a beef brisket Reuben sandwich and onion strings, and crabcakes. KEEP GOING to Farm House and skip Tony's - who supposedly get their oysters from Washington state anyway. You can stay in S.F. and get that.
This place is simply amazing. Long twisty ride next to the coastline to get there (which is awesome on a motorcycle) and completely worth it.
If you ever go here, order at least two plates of oysters. Just one plate simply isn't enough.
My sister and I (Thelma and Louise) enjoyed a couple of beers and some delicious oysters here. The oysters were great, beers refreshing, customer service sensational and the cutie pie bartender who should have been our (Brad Pitt) was freaking adorable. If only Tony's was in Sacramento.
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