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“Last surviving cookhouse in the West”
Just minutes from Eureka, California, the Samoa Cookhouse, the last surviving cookhouse in the West, continues the tradition of serving lots of good food - lumber camp style! Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner - you'll never leave hungry! Breakfast, served family style, can include eggs, french toast, pancakes, sausages, biscuits & gravy, hash browns, coffee and orange juice. Lunch and Dinner, served family style, include entrée, soup, salad, bread, vegetable, potato, coffee, tea and dessert. After a hearty meal, take a step back in time - visit the Historic Logging Museum and gift shop full of relics and photographs from the old logging and Cookhouse days.
I have fond memories of this place serving hearty filling food...WHAT HAPPENED?? Breakfast was HORRIBLE!! Eggs overcooked and lumpy... French toast undercooked and soggy. With coffee and orange... Read more
Boy has this place come along way! Now owned by Danco Construction they have a new chef and shes awesome! I'm assuming that obviously she's from the south as she put Gumbo on the special menu... Read more
Wow, what a cool place. Come for the unique experience, leave with a great dining story. They really preserved the heritage of an old logging camp meal house. Long checkered cloth tables, family... Read more
- Sun, Wed - Sat: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
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