On Site ATM
2nd Generation Owner of
Tony's Seafood Restaurant
In Tomales Bay
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"It's the best food and best experience! We take a drive monthly just for fun..."
Open Friday thru Sunday
& Open Holidays
11:30am to 8pm
introduction of our famous - and some of the first - BBQ Oysters to be served on the coast long before the local “oyster craze,” along with a delicious array of chowders, cioppino, seafood pastas, cocktails, louies, fish’n’chips, crab cakes, fish tacos and many more grilled fishes and seasonal specialties. Tony’s Seafood has never strayed far from its family fishing roots now operated by Tony’s grandsons, John and Anton Konatich, who still fish and source much of the menu from the local coastal waters of the Pacific from California to Alaska.
Our casual family restaurant has developed a loyal following of diners that range from individuals and families just venturing out for a day or weekend outing - dropping in after a day of kayaking on Tomales Bay, or hiking at one of the nearby local State and National Parks, or staying at one of the local B&B’s – to Senator Diane Feinstein who has established a reputation for appreciating and supporting small local businesses. Tony’s Seafood appreciates and thanks all of our devoted patrons who have helped make Tony’s Seafood’s 66 years serving the public an amazing journey and legacy. Tony’s Seafood was locally sourcing, and sustainably fishing, years before it was discovered to be the best way for a business to thrive. Come out and visit us – our wonderful guests are truly what define us – as we have always boasted “We have the best customers in the world!”
Tony’s Seafood on Tomales Bay was established in 1948 by Anton (Tony) Konatich an immigrant fisherman from Croatia on the Dalmatian Coast. Together with his wife Mary, son Felix, and Felix’s wife Anna, they opened the restaurant as an outlet for selling their local catches of shrimp, crab, salmon, perch and herring. As the family and fishing grew, so did the restaurant to include its indoor patio “the Oyster room” with the