Fort Bragg

The biggest city on the Mendocino Coast, Fort Bragg is home to the world-famous Skunk Train, the extraordinary Glass Beach, and the spectacular Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. Noyo Harbor is a working port with a marina, where you can board a crab-catching or whale-watching cruise or take a leisurely kayak ride upstream on Noyo River–be sure to watch for wildlife! Enjoy dining with a view of the harbor where playful seals poke their snouts above the water.

Explore Fort Bragg

1. Cowlick’s Ice Cream

A local legend, Cowlick’s continues the tradition of creating amazing handmade ice cream and milkshakes served by friendly staff. For the more adventurous, try unusual …

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2. Cucina Verona

Set on Laurel Street in downtown Fort Bragg, Cucina Verona Ristorante and Osteria showcases Northern Italian cuisine with a Northern Californian flare. An extensive but carefully curated …

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4. Cypress Cottage

Cypress Cottage is a rustic charming three-bedroom vacation rental which can accommodate up to eight people. It has a full kitchen with all the amenities …

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6. David’s Deli

Hidden away in the Boatyard Center, David’s serves hearty breakfast, fresh coffee, and sandwiches made to order. Good food at good prices.

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9. Ebb Tide Lodge

The Ebb Tide Lodge, in the heart of the picturesque Mendocino Coast, offers modern accommodations in historic Fort Bragg. The Ebb Tide Lodge offers comfortable, …

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10. Eggheads

With a Wizard of Oz themed decor, big fresh portions made from scratch, and friendly staff, this is an all around great choice for breakfast …

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