When you visit The William Tell House at the main crossroads of picturesque Tomales, you are welcomed as family.  This hidden jewel remains true to its frontier Victorian past with its charming décor and lively, historic saloon, the oldest in Marin County. 



 

We have menus available for Brunch, Lunch, & Dinner depending on the day of the week. Our Dinner begins with freshly baked bread, homemade soups and fresh local salads, followed by American comfort pastas, poultry, and local seafood. Daily specials vary as seasonal produce, fish and meats become available. We have great drink specials available daily during the week in the saloon. Wonderful Bloody Mary and Champagne Mimosa specials for Brunch on the weekends. Last but not least we have home made desserts to complete your delicious meals.

 



We are the perfect destination for your trip to the coast, just five minutes away, whether an intimate dinner for two or a large group celebration. Come enjoy the best dining experience Tomales has to offer.

 

 




 

Recent News

  • Closed on Easter Sunday April 20, 2014
    Posted Apr 9, 2014, 9:53 PM by Will Tell
  • 49'ers Monday Night Special We just had to open this MondayJoin your friends and neighbors to view the final game to be played at Candlestick Park.Watch the 49ers get revenge over the ...
    Posted Dec 20, 2013, 5:13 PM by Will Tell
  • Laura and Julian Congratulations to Laura and Julian on tying the knot Sunday in Dillon Beach. It was a pleasure to have them at the William Tell with their friends and family for ...
    Posted Oct 14, 2013, 5:10 PM by Will Tell
  • The Brotherhood of Old Bikers On Sunday May 20th the Brotherhood of Old Bikers stopped by the Tell as part of a charity "run" for breast cancer. Estimated at 150 bikes, many with couples and ...
    Posted Oct 14, 2013, 5:10 PM by Will Tell
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THE WILLIAM TELL HOUSE

RESTAURANT & SALOON
 
 
26955 Highway 1, Tomales CA 94971
707-878-2403
www.WilliamTellHouse.com



THE WILLIAM TELL DINNING ROOM 

 

 
ORIGINAL WILLIAM TELL SIGN
STILL POSTED ON PATIO






THE WILLIAM TELL 
HOUSE

RESTAURANT & SALOON