Of Eureka’s fine Victorian buildings the most famous is the ornate 1880s home of lumber baron William Carson. It took 100 men a full...
Board the 1910 Madaket , America’s oldest continuously operating passenger vessel, and learn the history of Humboldt Bay. Docked at the...
Blue Ox Millworks & Historic Park
One of only a few of its kind in America, here antique tools and mills are used to produce authentic gingerbread trim for Victorian...
Old Town Coffee & Chocolates
You'll smell roasting coffee blocks before you see this place. It's a local hang out with plenty of tables, baked goods and a board...
Lost Coast Brewery & Cafe
The roster of the regular brews at Eureka’s colorful brewery might not knock the socks off a serious beer snob (and can’t hold a candle...
301 L St · interesting places nearby
Restaurant 301 information
Eureka’s top table, romantic, sophisticated 301 serves a contemporary Californian menu, using produce from its organic gardens (tours available). Mains are pricey, but the five-course tasting menu ($62, with wine pairings $107) is a good way to taste local food in its finest presentation.