We wanted to see this RV park, but had no idea we'd also find a great little cafe!
It's clean and fresh inside, with about a dozen or so tables. Our table had a nice view of the bridge. There are some great old photos on the walls that let you see what this area used to look like. There are also some sketches of the proposed new bridge to replace the aging wooden trestle structure.
The staff is very friendly - this seems to be a family run operation. We figured we'd get "average" food, but it was far better than that.
I had the biscuits and gravy. They make their own biscuits from scratch and of course their own gravy. Delicious! My husband had the Reuben and pronounced it one of the best he's ever had. They prepare (brine) their own corned beef right there.
The prices were quite reasonable. The location is great - it's on the east side of Highway 1, right on the river. You get to it via a paved road (maybe the 'old' road?) that is on the north side of the bridge. It is a bit steep, and please give way if you meet a large RV as it is narrow for a big rig.
Next time we're in this area, we'll eat here!
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