We stumbled upon the Rivers End and at first thought it a humble supper club/cabin. We were surprised and delighted to discover its charms! First there's the lovely location at the exact place where the Russian River empties into the Pacific. Second there's the cozy ambiance and good service we enjoyed inside. But the food is the real draw! Everything our party of five had was delicious, from the salmon chowder to the beet salad, the duck confit with chutney to the wonderful creme brûlée. We're from Chicago, a city blessed with great dining options, but Rivers End was all that and more! Highly recommended.
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