Drakes Beach Cafe is a small, rustic cafe that has been serving visitors to the Pt. Reyes National Seashore for over 30 years. Located at the west end of Sir Francis Drake Blvd., near the historic Pt. Reyes Lighthouse, the cafe sits just above the sand offering unobstructed views of the Drakes Bay, seabirds and other coastal wildlife.
Drakes Beach Cafe is adjacent to the Ken Patrick Visitor's Center, which hosts a small natural history museum on weekends. A large, flat parking lot and wheel chair accessible ramps and restrooms make Drakes Beach a great outing for people of all ages and mobility levels. Parents can enjoy the wind protected deck while kids enjoy tidepools and building sandcastles. On quiet weekdays, it's a perfect spot for a solitary beach walk, or a game of scrabble with a friend.
The menu at Drakes Beach Cafe's is designed to appeal to all of our visitors, and while we use many local and organic ingredients, we attempt to keep our prices reasonable, and we always offer vegetarian and children's dishes