How to find us

418 North Main St.
Fort Bragg CA 95437

phone 707.964.9800


  • Open for Dinner nightly from 5:00 pm
  • Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
  • Reservations Suggested
  • We will be closed for renovations Tuesday, November 11th. Re-opening
    Thursday, November 20th at 5:00 pm.
  • We will be closed for Thanksgiving
    Thursday, November 27th.
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  • Private Room for Parties up to 20
  • All Major Credit Cards Accepted
  • Wheelchair Accessible

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Susan and Jim Larsen

Owners and Chefs Susan and Jim Larsen

Since its inception in 1973, this small, family-owned and operated restaurant has been a favorite of locals and visitors to the North Coast.

The Restaurant has earned a place in the hearts of thousands of diners serving the freshest and finest food in a charming, art-filled dining room..more

Renovations 2014

The Restaurant will be closed from Tuesday November 11 until Thursday November 20th for renovation and improvement to the north dining room. New paint, lighting and window coverings will transform the space. Plan your Holiday Parties now for this beautiful new dining room at The Restaurant. We are also planning to have First Friday openings and ongoing art exhibits in the room - now called The Gallery at The Restaurant. Stay tuned for updates as we move forward with this exciting project.

We will be closed For Thanksgiving, Thursday November 27th.

Dinner is served five nights a week opening at 5:00 pm. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. We encourage you to make reservations.
Call us at (707) 964-9800.

Zagat Survey - San Francisco Bay Area Restaurants
"When vistors ask for the locals' favorite restaurant", "the answer is easy: The Restaurant", joke regulars of this Fort Bragg "institution", where chef-owner Jim Larsen ("a character" in his own right) has been whipping up "consistently top-notch" New American fare for over 30 years; meanwhile his wife ensures "excellent service" in the dining room - where, culture vultures observe, "you're surrounded" with "a huge collection" of paintings by California artist Olaf Palm.