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 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. Larrupin' Cafe

    $$$$ | American

    Set in a two-story house on a quiet country road north of town, this restaurant—one of the best places to eat on the North Coast—is often thronged...Read More

  • 2. Ledford House

    $$$ | French

    The only thing separating this bluff-top wood-and-glass restaurant from the Pacific Ocean is a great view. Entrées evoke the flavors of southern...Read More

  • 3. St. Orres

    $$$ | American

    Underneath one of this lodge's two Russian-style onion-dome towers is a romantic atrium dining room where locally farmed and foraged ingredients...Read More

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