The North Coast Restaurants

A few restaurants with national reputations, plus several more of regional note, entice palates on the North Coast. Even the smallest cafés take advantage of the abundant fresh seafood and locally grown vegetables and herbs. Attire is usually informal, though at pricier establishments dressy casual is the norm. Most kitchens clo
A few restaurants with national reputations, plus several more of regional note, entice palates on the North Coast. Even the smallest cafés take advantage of the abundant fresh seafood and locally grown vegetables and herbs. Attire is usually informal, though at pricier
A few restaurants with national reputations, plus several more of regional note, entice palates on the North Coast. Even

A few restaurants with national reputations, plus several more of regional note, entice palates on the North Coast. Even the smallest cafés take advantage of the abundant fresh seafood and locally grown vegetables and herbs. Attire is usually informal, though at pricier establishments dressy casual is the norm. Most kitchens close at 8 or 8:30 and few places serve past 9:30. Many restaurants close for a winter break in January or early February.

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  • 1. Franny's Cup and Saucer

    $ | Café

    Aided by her mother Barbara, a former pastry chef at famed Chez Panisse in Berkeley, Franny turns out baked goods that are sophisticated and...Read More

  • 2. Princess Seafood Market & Deli

    $ | Seafood

    Captain Heather Sears leads her all-woman crew of "girls gone wild for wild-caught seafood" that heads oceanward on the Princess troller,...Read More

  • 3. Arena Market and Cafe

    $ | Café

    The simple café at this all-organic grocery store serves baked goods for breakfast and has hot soups, sandwiches, and an ample salad bar for...Read More

  • 4. Cowlick's Ice Cream

    $ | American

    Candy-cap mushroom (tastes like maple syrup) and black raspberry chocolate chunk are among this fun ice-cream shop's top-selling flavors. Chocolate...Read More

  • 5. Lost Coast Brewery and Cafe

    $ | American

    This bustling microbrewery with surf-tropical decor accents is the best place in town to relax with a pint of ale or porter. Soups and salads...Read More

  • 6. Mosswood Market Café and Bakery

    $ | American

    Pastries for breakfast; wraps, salads, hot soup, and sandwiches for lunch; and espresso drinks all day make this sweet café in downtown Boonville...Read More

  • 7. Piaci Pub and Pizzeria

    $ | Italian

    The seats are stools and your elbows might bang a neighbor's, but nobody seems to mind at this casual spot for thin-crust pizzas (more than...Read More

  • 8. Queenie's Roadhouse Cafe

    $ | American

    If the day's sunny, grab one of the picnic tables in front of this beloved hangout for big breakfasts (served until closing, at 3) and lunches...Read More

  • 9. Spud Point Crab Company

    $ | Seafood

    Crab sandwiches, New England or Manhattan clam chowder, and homemade crab cakes with roasted red pepper sauce star on the brief menu of this...Read More

  • 10. Bones Roadhouse

    $ | American

    Almost nobody orders dessert at this Texas-style barbecue joint. The New Orleans bread pudding and fruit pies are probably good, but few diners...Read More

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