575 US-101, Crescent City
Stopped by lunch time and ordered their special of the day. This was the steelhead with fries and coleslaw. Their portions will definitely fill you up. The food was delicious and their waitress Carol was super helpful and friendly. Will definitely stop by again when we visit Crescent City.
I had the crusted halibut special and the clam chowder. Both were amazing but the clam chowder was probably one of the best I've ever had. Seafood is fresh, right from the dock you look out over. If you're there in the evening sit on the second floor. Nice views of the sunset!P. S. For dessert just get some chocolate chip cookies to go. They're huge and tasty too.
Hubby and I stop here whenever we are in town. We've not been disappointed in our visits, so many yummy options. Do give them a try. Cheers
This restaurant was recommended to me from a local person. I had the seafood sampler. All of the food was really good. Service was good too with nice views of the water and marinaFood: 5/5
Update: 10/16/22We went there for dinner and the food was just as amazing as the service. I had the special of the night, parmesan crusted halibut. When the halibut came out, I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the fish I had gotten. The fish itself was cooked perfectly. My wife had the chicken cordon Bleu and it was very tasty. My brother ordered the seafood linguini and was very satisfied. They were very filling meals. We were very happy with our dinner experience so we decided on some dessert. I would eat there again just to get more of their delicious layered carrot cake.The service was great but the food left more to be desired. I ordered the eggs Benedict and my eggs were overcooked. Overall the food was mediocre at best.
We had dinner here, as it was a very convenient walk from our next door hotel. The upstairs tables have good views of the marina across the street, and, if you are so inclined, the bar and TVs are also upstairs, so if you sit right, you can have your view of the ocean one way and your favorite sports game the other. The food was tasty, and the portions were surprisingly large. The salads were overflowing from their bowls, fresh and crisp, with ample dressing on the side. We had the fried haddock special and the chicken cordon bleu, and both were very tasty. We ate our fill and didn't have room for dessert. Service was fast and friendly. Without drinks or tip, we spent around $56. For me, that's a little on the pricey compared to what I'd spend on the same kind of meal at home, but it may be right in line with what people in Northern California are used to paying.
There aren't many notable dining options in Crescent City but had lunch here while driving north on Hwy 1. It is located in an unassuming building, but once I was seated, was delighted to have a well-prepared sandwich on wonderful bread, and side of homemade cold slaw. The service was very prompt and efficient. It is definitely a local's place to eat but well worth a stop for lunch if you are in Crescent City.
Had I immediately posted my review as I left the restaurant…I would’ve raved about this place and gave it all 5 ⭐️.Glad I waited because the full experience continued a few hours afterI left the restaurant. Although we ordered separately, my partner and I mostly ate my Linguini Pasta meal and clam chowder soup because it was so darn good!!! ???Unfortunately he woke up feeling like he needed to throw up ? and I stayed on the toilet all night due to an upset stomach. ??It’s almost worth the pain…but is it really?!
We had a very disappointing meal at Good Harvest. It started out well with a cup of very good clam chowder. Next came what was supposed to be calamari (see photo). I'm not sure what was inside of these thick fried strips. It appeared to be some kind of processed seafood that did not resemble any kind of calamari that I've ever had. After a couple of nibbles we decided that they were not worth eating.My wife had the red snapper. It was a thin slice of bland lukewarm fish that could have been any white fish. It came with steamed vegetables that were undercooked and also lukewarm.I had the Harvest Pasta. It appeared to be made with the same steamed and undercooked vegetables with tomatoes and artichoke hearts. The sauce was flavorless and, as with everything else, was lukewarm.The cost of the (mostly uneaten) meal, including one beer, one wine, "calamari?", pasta, fish, tip and tax was $48 p.p.
Good Harvest Cafe was busy the night we visited, but we were seated promptly. The waitress was hustling the entire evening to keep up with her tables. Her assistant deserves special mention. It was her first night, and she, too, did a great job taking care of requests and staying ahead of things. Kudos to both of them. We ordered fish and chips. Really nicely done. Good fresh fish perfectly cooked in a nice, not overdone batter. The fries were excellent. We also ordered the fresh snapper dinner. Again, the fish was perfectly cooked. We ordered a glass of beer and a glass of house wine. We thoroughly enjoyed the meal and the service!
Yummy, healthy breakfast and lunch. They cut off breakfast service at 11:15 weekdays and Saturdays so we actually had lunch yesterday with a really nice grass fed burger. Today we came back for the breakfast. Both were outstanding.
I had both breakfast and dinner here. The staff is super friendly.The bowl of clam chowder & garlic toast was amazing.Breakfast of eggs, bacon, hash browns, & toast was prepared perfectly and honestly, the bacon was probably the best I had on my trip.Strongly recommend.
The place is a little outdated but clean. The staff is really nice the location is right of the main road. The food does take a while to get so be ready to wait. I ordered a pasta dish Seafood Linguini i felt like seafood and you can't go wrong with pasta in alfredo sauce. Well i was wrong, now not very me wrong the plate actually has good flavor the pasta was al denti the the sea food was not over cooked. What i didn't like was the Alfredo sauce was not thick enough it was like soup consistency. The bread it came with was good and i had the clam chowder which was pretty decent. It was nice and thick most places make it to thin. It has good flavor but i did notice a little grainy feel don't know what that was but not to big fan of it. But i still ate it out had good flavor and chucks of clam and potatoes.
The food was o.k. Not more. We had dinner, a steak and a cordon blue. Service was very good. Not expensive. Good value for money. Nice place.
Really good food and excellent service. Large portions. Thank you for the service. I would recommend it.
575 US-101, Crescent City, CA 95531