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Restaurante americano

Samoa Cookhouse

12 personas de la zona recomiendan · Precio estimado 2 de 4 ·

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Isaac
Isaac
February 13, 2020
All you can eat in a historic Eureka location.
Craig
Craig
December 19, 2019
Hearty family style food set in the historic cafeteria of the Samoa Pulp Mill. Get a glimpse of "mill town" life and meet new people in the long tables where all diners sit together.
Rosie
Rosie
June 19, 2019
This cook house serves meals up in the fashion of the logging days. Everyone sits at long communal tables. There are pictures and a small museum showing the logging days.
Randy
Randy
August 24, 2018
An authentic logging-camp style cookhouse which still survives, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner family style at long tables with checkered tablecloths. No menu to order from, you just eat what they are serving for that meal, but you won't leave hungry! 10% discount for seniors. This has been a…
Matt & Elizabeth
Matt & Elizabeth
November 15, 2017
Tourist restaurant! Eat like the loggers in days past - family style, home cooked meals. Also, check out the museum :)

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Ubicación
908 Vance Avenue
Samoa, CA 95564
Teléfono+1 707-442-1659
Estado según horario de aperturaCerrado · Abre a las 7:00 AM
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Terraza exterior
No
Cartas
Desayuno, brunch, almuerzo, cena
Opciones para cenar
No se entrega a domicilio
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