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Twofish Baking

11 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Katherine
Katherine
July 07, 2019
Very special. Walk into time, find real good food, cheeses and soft ice cream, then catch a view of the ocean from the deck or the picnic. tables below.
Tracy
Tracy
March 08, 2019
Twofish Baking has great coffee, pastries, and a cute old fashioned store. Excellent sandwiches and ice cream seasonally. Friday night pizza nights is a local favorite. The upstairs opens to a full bar and a lively atmosphere with communal tables. Get there early as once the homemade pizza dough is…
Bonnie
Bonnie
January 04, 2019
Twofish is a great place to stop for coffee and expresso drinks, breakfast burritos, bread, bakery items, draft beer, sandwiches, salads, etc. (The calzone is wonderful!). It's inside the historic Stewart's Point Store and also has picnic supplies and arts/crafts by local artists.
Nirmal
Nirmal
August 13, 2018
What used to be the historic Stewart's Point Store is now a Bakery, Market and Eatery all rolled into one while still maintaining the essence and charm of what it used to be. You enter the store to the aroma of freshly sticky buns, loaves of bread and croissants. Find that candy you haven't seen…
Mike
Mike
April 30, 2018
Coffee - bakery Worth the stop, good food and coffee, great bakery stuff

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Location
32000 California 1
Stewarts Point, California 95480
Phone+1 707-785-2011
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 6:00 PM