Wednesday ~ Saturday
We are located at 190 Main Street in the historic Point Arena Hotel. Bird Cafe exemplifies our passion for community, food and art through unique dining experiences that emphasize terroir – or the taste of place. Chef Aaron Peters works with local farmers and ranchers to create local, seasonal, Mendocino country cuisine
We’ve renovated the space, including new murals by Nicole Ponsler. Bird offers an exciting list of Anderson valley wines, in addition to a full bar pairings. We accept cash and local checks only.
Reservations are recommended.
Bird proudly announces SUPPER CLUB EVENTS by reservation only. These monthly happenings are announced through our website and newsletter. They are price-fixed dinners that give chef Aaron and artist Nicole Ponsler the opportunity to create…
If you enjoy Bird’s weekly offerings, you won’t want to miss these special events that showcase Chef Aaron’s culinary and artistic skills.
Aaron Peters grew up in San Francisco, raised by parents who were excited by food. He began working in restaurants at age 15, and proceeded to work his way up the ladder in the city’s most successful restaurants, including Square One and Aqua. At 24, Aaron was reviewed in Gourmet Magazine. At the age of 25, he became the executive chef at Plump Jack Cafe. In 2003, Aaron shifted his culinary focus from cooking to farming, while interning at Oz Farm in Manchester, CA. He later developed his own homestead and farm, serving farmer’s markets, local restaurants, and grocery stores. Through these experiences, Aaron has developed relationships with local farmers and ranchers, as well as a deep appreciation for terroir – or the taste of place.
Reservations are available for Wednesday through Saturday from 5:30pm to 9:00pm.
Please call 707-882-1600 to reserve your table today!
Bird Cafe and Supper Club is available for on or off-site catering events and private parties with or without a full bar. We provide event-specific menus to help you celebrate your special event
San Francisco Chronicle:
SF chefs leaving for rural areas in search of work-life balance
Award-winning cookbook author & LA Times Food Contributor, Amelia Saltsman said Chef Aaron’s Local Salad was the best she’d had in five years