The Sea Ranch is a planned unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located in Sonoma County, California, United States. It is a popular vacation spot. The community's development played a role in the establishment of the California Coastal Commission. The population was 1,305 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in The Sea Ranch
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Best bakery on the northern California coast.
Despite google map entries and many other presumably up to date entries, the Two Fish location between Sea Ranch and Annapolis has closed permanently. It has moved to the Stewart Point store in Stewart Point.
Highly recommended in many on line discussions, this new incarnation of Two Fish has very very limited options in baked goods. Good cup of coffee and a totally weird, eclectic selection of lots of other things on the shelves (the Stewart Point store aspect of this). If you've read that this is the place to go for AM goodies, forget it.
4 based on 212 reviews
The acclaimed Black Point Grill at Sea Ranch Lodge features internationally-inspired California cuisine that emphasizes the freshest local ingredients. Seasonal menus and daily specials tempt with many satisfying options, from delectable entrees, small plates and appetizers to casual tavern fare, resulting in sophisticated yet uncontrived dining. To complement the food, our Mendocino restaurant offers an award-winning selection of about 150 unique regional wines. The evolving wine list showcases selected small estate wineries of Sonoma and Mendocino Counties.
We just celebrated our wedding anniversary in Gualala and enjoyed our anniversary dinner at the Black Point Grill (Sea Ranch Lodge), about 15 minutes driving distance from our Inn. Our host, "Professor" Diendorf, was humerous and personable. We enjoyed his welcome! It was refreshing. Our server Jasmin was prompt, and very skilled in opening the aged 2009 bottle of wine we brought. She was a joy to talk with, and she gave us nice advice for local attractions to visit. She gave us lots of extra details when we inquired about some of the menu items. She suggested the calamari as an appetizer, and we loved them! They were different than what you "usually" expect, as they had a hint of curry and were extra crispy. The dip on the side was a match made in heaven. We ate the Cioppino and lamb chops as our main course, and both were prepared to perfection. The portions were very generous and the flavors were rich. When exiting the restaurant, we got to meet the chef and were able to thank her personally. The staff, and management has great passion - it shows in their work. We look forward to coming back soon.
5 based on 11 reviews
A great find at Sea Ranch. This is a cute little bakery and pastry shop. Great quiches bread coffees and calzones. Do go there if at Sea Ranch.
4.5 based on 269 reviews
We stayed in the hotel next door and went here for breakfast! So yummy! I had a key lime tart so good! Great bakery very personable! Definitely would go here again!
5 based on 1 reviews
Lovely cafe with a fun mix of locals and visitors. Fresh everything - coffee, tea, breakfast and lunch menus. Find the cafe just a few minutes up the hill from Highway 1. Indoor and outdoor seating. The staff are friendly and greet all the locals by name. I think this is Sea Ranch’s version of Cheers!
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Historic General Store, circa 1868, offering 15 handcrafted specialty deli sandwiches, general grocery store and gas.
Stewarts earns accolades for its overstuffed delicious deli sandwiches & neighborhood bakery.
A true General Store straight out of yesteryear that has everything a farmer & homemaker need ~ including gas pumps!
Perfectly & attractively organized, it took me back many years. I saw products & relics on display I barely remember & many that were way before my time. It was like going through a museum. Nostalgic.
& Speaking of an oasis in the desert ~ there's a loooong stretch of Coastline Hwy. S of it, so better fill up here.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
We arrived in this lovely town late and our hostess told us to eat soon as everything closes early. We chose this pizzeria and were not disappointed. Freshly made and tasted divine....we had the medium between us and still took some back. If you are there it is a definite stop.
4 based on 147 reviews
We were searching for a restaurant for Saturday night dinner with our son's family that included a 1-year old and 6-year old. They were very accommodating of us all. There was a kids' menu, reasonably priced menu, all with white clothed tablecloths. Unfortunately, our credit card was left there, but they had it the next day. Salmon was very good.
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