Lost Coast Brewery and Cafe
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Reviews by Jayli:
4.38/5 rDev +17.1%
Headed up here on a recent trip to No. Cal. on 11/29
Nice little brewpub that is pretty damn busy for about 2pm on a Sunday afternoon (and that wasn't just at the bar stools to watch the Sunday games). Walked in the back entrance that leads right in to three of four tables on the right, a few arcade games and a pool table is located on the left. Then you come upon the bar - relatively small bar area, like your typical restaurant, and then there is an open area of seating with little tables dispersed throughout. Laid back vibe, lots of locals there (always a good sign IMO). Great music and vibe. As mentioned, busy for 2pm on a Sunday, but wait staff was is nice and friendly. Roughly 14 beers on draft (5 seasonals). Food is outstanding! Got the stuffed pretzel with jalepeno and cheese for an app. For lunch, I got the Famous Brown with parmesan lemon fries and my girlfriend got the sliders.
Overall, I wish this place was freaking east coast! Good beer, good food, good wait staff, good vibe and CHEAP as hell!
12-11-2009 02:08:27 | More by Jayli
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3.36/5 rDev -10.2%
This was stop #8 for my wife and I on a 21-day pub-crawl from Michigan to N. CA and OR. We stopped here for dinner and to try their beers. It was a Friday evening and the brewery was busy, but we were seated right away. The brewery is situated on the first floor and a mezzanine area of a 3-story, nicely restored, stand-alone building on the fringe of the downtown area. The interior is also nicely restored, and is a cool place to enjoy a meal and a beer.
We ordered a sampler flight of the 10 beers that were available. Each was brewed very close to style, and none of them exhibited any flaws. However, none of them were very exciting other than the Tangerine Wheat, which was something that we had never experienced before and we liked it a lot because of its uniqueness. The food menu was fairly standard pub fare, but it was very good, and it outshined the beers.
There are other breweries in town that we’d try first before coming back here for the beer, but if none of those breweries offer food, then we’d come back here again without hesitation.
06-26-2014 23:57:34 | More by Mothergoose03
4.1/5 rDev +9.6%
Staff is quite knowledgeable and loves to play along with a serious beer drinker/taster. Atmosphere is very casual, more locals than tourists during my visit. Food selection was above average and for such a remote spot the prices were very reasonable.
Beer selection requires several visits to do justice. Overall a pretty outstanding selection of styles, plus they are happy to serve 2 oz shooters for tasting. Conveniently located right of Hiway 101 in the middle of town . . . will definitely return.
06-23-2014 23:48:13 | More by PortLargo
Lost Coast Brewery and Cafe in Eureka, CA
86 out of 100 based on 44 ratings.