An Unforgettable Brunch Experience

The Taste Edit drives over the golden gate bridge on a day trip out of the city.

 

California has a growing number of small artisanal creameries that produce amazing cheeses, rivaling the best of Italy and France. One of the first California cheeses that we fell in love with while living in Chicago was Point Reyes Bay Blue cheese. It was the first domestic blue cheese to be widely distributed. We’re always up for a quick getaway from San Francisco, so we decided to head up to the Northern California cheese trail and join one of the most sought after brunch experiences in the Bay Area at The Fork at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery.

 

Sarah and Clayton from food and travel blog The Taste Edit in San Francisco drives through the red wood forest in northern california on a day trip out of the city with Audi on Demand TT roadster convertible, wearing a GMT master and custom Isaia shir.

 

We ordered our car again from Audi on Demand, but this time we decided on the Audi TT roadster, so we could put down the roof for a better view of the spectacular redwood trees, rolling green hills, and cows dotting the hillsides en route to Point Reyes. It was the perfect ride for two!

 

The Taste Edit visits Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery for brunch and is greeted by cows.

 

We pulled up to the unmarked driveaway (it has the family’s name instead of “Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery” on the sign), and just over the hill we were greeted by the creamery’s welcome committee of majestic cows lounging on the sides of the road. No fences between us and the cows here!

 

The Taste Edit visiting with the cows at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery after an amazing brunch at The Fork in Northern California.
The Taste Edit drives out from the city in their audi on demand TT for brunch at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery
Cheese platter at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery
The Taste Edit loves the garden with poppies at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery's The Fork
The Taste Edit goes to brunch at the Fork at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery
The Taste Edit loves the garden and patio at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery's The Fork

Have brunch at the fork at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery in northern california like The Taste Edit
The Taste Edit captures the fava beans growing in the Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery's The Fork
The Taste Edit loves the terraced garden on the patio at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery's The Fork
The Fork Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery brunch menu with The Taste Edit
The Taste Edit enjoys Muffins and pastries Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery
The Taste Edit enjoys Shakshuka at the brunch at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery
The Taste Edit tours at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery in Northern California with baby cows
The Taste Edit visits the Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery
The Taste Edit picks up pimento cheese and other cheeses at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery in their audi on demand TT
The Taste Edit heads out of the city in their audi on demand TT for brunch at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery
The Taste Edit tours the Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery. northern california cheese farm
Cows walking by The Taste Edit at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery
The Taste Edit drives the Audi on Demand TT at Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery.
The Taste Edit stops at Hog Island Oyster Company to pick up oysters on their day trip outside of San Francisco with Audi on demand

 

Once at The Fork, we were whisked into a room with long tables set for brunch and a patio that was to die for. A spread of cheeses and crackers, along with a terraced garden, and views for miles of rolling hills and cows. Everything here is fresh and local! We enjoyed a multi-course brunch including (our favorite) blue cheese biscuits and whipped honey, a fava leaf salad, shakshuka, and finally, Chef Jennifer Luttrell’s strawberries and coconut pound cake served with coffee. This event happens only about four times a year, so it’s best to get on their email list so you know when the tickets open. It sells out pretty much immediately. You can also visit during the summer for a farm tour, and you’ll finish with a homemade ice cream sandwich. That’s something we’d come back to try ASAP.

We purchased a variety of cheese to bring home, along with our favorite pimento cheese spread that they only sell at the farm and at local farmers markets. On our way back to the city, we also stopped at Hog Island to pick up oysters fresh from the farm. Perfect for a late afternoon snack.

Thank you to Audi on Demand for sponsoring this article.

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