One of the most popular restaurants on the northern California coast is located just a few steps from The Inn at the Tides. The unbelievably beautiful setting and views cannot be matched anywhere on the Sonoma Coast. The Tides has been a favorite of locals and travelers from around the globe for over 50 years. Specializing in fresh, local seafood and American cuisine the extensive breakfast, lunch and dinner menus are certain to please a wide range of palates. The unbelievably beautiful setting and view cannot be matched anywhere on the Sonoma Coast. Made famous in the early 1960’s as the backdrop for scenes of Alfred Hitchcock’s film classic, “The Birds”, The Tides remains a popular destination for locals and travelers from around the world.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Lounge Open 365 days a year

Cocktails, Espresso, Outdoor Patio

Seafood, Burgers, Pasta, Steaks, Chowders, Vegetarian

Children’s Menu


House-Made Desserts and Pastry Shop

Gift and Souvenir Shop

Fresh Fish Market, Gourmet Foods and Wine

Snack Bar

Large Groups Welcome

Wholesale Seafood Distributors

Restaurant Hours

Breakfast: 8:00am – 11:00am
Lunch: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Dinner: 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm


Contact Us

Restaurant: 707.875.3652 
Gift Shop: 707.875.3755 
Fish Market: 707.875.3554 
Wholesale Seafood: 800.876.3560 

Address: 835 Coast Highway One, Bodega Bay, Ca 94923

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Breakfast Menu

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Wonderful to have free parking, internet and full breakfast included with the room charge. The staff was friendly, helpful, and responsive. The restaurant at Inn at the Tides Wharfside (they also have a Bayview Restaurant attached to the hotel registration area on the land side of Highway One) had some of the best Bay views I have ever seen with half wall glass windows that enable you to see seals, birds, and magnificent water/sky views. The best part of a Bodega Bay stay is the magnificent beach access. Either Doran State Park or Salmon Creek State Park provide some of the finest beach walks in Northern California.

Jeff S.
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