The Good Harvest Cafe
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this is a great choice for health the conscience. also a bar upstairs with a view of the harbor.
Local breakfast, lunch and dinner spot with a wide variety of menu options. Upstairs cocktail lounge with views of the harbor. Lots of seafood options for Dinner. Local and organic foods too.
Good old fasioned breakfast and other meals too. Have eaten here through the years and always satisfied.
love this place...alot of all natural food, great coffee, if your vegetarian try( The San Diegan Sandwich) my favorite!
“Wild protected state park with an abundance of native birdlife, wide expanse of open beach that you can drive on (Use a 4 wheel drive).”
“Point St. George is a prominent rocky point about three miles north of Crescent City. The Point is where the St. George Reef Lighthouse keepers lived when they were ashore back when this lighthouse was manned (from 1891 until 1975). In 1995, it was decommissioned and completely abandoned. The historic lighthouse is six miles offshore on the Dragon Rocks northwest of the point, but it is visible in the distance on a clear day (bring binoculars). This lighthouse, which is one of the tallest in California, is under restoration by a non-profit group who intends to provide tours by helicopter.”
“100 plus year local cheese company making with cheese from local milk. Low key shop with wide variety of cheese and good prices. We like to stock up on cheese here when in town! Organic options too. Small window to watch cheese making in process.”
“The western edge of the approximately 6,100-acre wildlife area borders the Pacific Ocean. Sand dunes extending inland are covered with scattered beach grasses and other vegetation. The area encompasses Lakes Earl and Tolowa, two lagoons connected by a deep channel known as the Narrows, and bordered by salt and fresh water marshes. Lake Earl is the largest coastal lagoon on the US West Coast. Further inland the area ends in upland fields and forest of Sitka spruce and pine trees. Some of the diverse wildlife species that can be found in this area include quail, grouse, canvasback, western grebe, coastal black-tailed deer, and beaver. Location: 5 miles north of Crescent City, bordering the Pacific Ocean Access: From Highway 101 take Lake Earl Drive. Go left at Old Mill Road. Proceed 1.4 miles to the wildlife area information center. Boat launch facilities are located at the end of Lakeview Drive and Buzzini Road.”
“everything is delicious. quick snack? food to-go? dining in? vita cucina is great and one of our personal favorites! (meat-eaters, these guys make the best b.l.t., by the way!)”