While a number of menu items are described here, please keep in mind that the menu will change often and seasonally. We’re committed to featuring offerings that both remind us of our connection to the earth and sustainable farming, as well as help us to preserve and respect natural resources.


Batter-Fried Green Beans with Dipping Sauce – 8.00
Crispy Polenta Sticks with Gorgonzola Dip – 7.00
Pork Tacos (two) – 9.00
Black Beans with Queso Fresco – 4.00
Cheese Quesadilla – 8.50


Spatchcocked Natural Chicken, Whole or Half – 24.00/12.50
Spit-Roasted Ribeye Sandwich – 13.00
Garlic- and Rosemary-Roasted Potatoes – 4.00
Roasted Asparagus – 4.00
Fermented and Pickled Vegetables – 3.00
Roasted Rainbow Carrots – 4.00


Welsh Rarebit – 8.00
Mushroom Pizzetta – 11.00
Tomato and Marjoram Pizzetta – 9.00
Baked Spelt Pasta with Fresh Ricotta – 11

Ocean Bar

Boiled Shrimp in the Shell (each) – 2.50
Cracked Dungeness Crab, Whole or Half – 28.00/14.00
Oysters on the Half Shell – a.q.
Albacore-Stuffed Piquillo Peppers – (three)for 9.00
Gravlax by the Slice with Lemon, Capers, and Red Onion – 4.00
Wild Shrimp with Dipping Sauce (each) – 2.50
Marinated Calamari with Sweet Peppers, Cucumber, and Basil – 9.50

Assorted Sushi – 3.50-6.50
Sashimi of Local and Sustainable Fish
Sushi Rolls (vegetarian options available)
Seaweed Salad

Ceviche and Marinated Fish – 12.00

Soup and Salad

Clam Chowder: New England, Manhattan, Mexican, and Vietnamese – 8.50
Jack Bean Soup with Charred Ricotta Salata and Grilled Onion Salsa – 9.00
Fideo (Spanish Noodle Soup) with Roasted Tomatoes, Smoked Paprika, and Chicken – 10.50
Sonoma Coast Kelp Salad with Quinoa – 9.50
Duck Salad with Ginger, Fried Shallots, Dates, Lettuce, and Tangerine – 12.00
Potato and Celery Salad with Bacon and Horseradish – 8.50
Soft Lettuce Salad with Apples, Almonds, and Shaved Carrot – 9.50

To celebrate and bring awareness to the miraculous work of honey bees, SEAGLASS serves honey in its comb, delivered straight from local apiaries in the original beehive frames. SEAGLASS’ honey in the comb brings attention to the fragile and extraordinary existence of these very important pollinators.

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