19 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
About this place
Located in an 1893 Victorian farmhouse in the seaside town of Mendocino, the restaurant is surrounded by a large and beautiful garden filled with antique roses, edible flowers and unusual plants. Dinner is served nightly. A hallmark of Café Beaujolais' cooking is the use of organically grown produce. In addition, most of our meat, poultry and eggs come from animals humanely raised in a free-range environment without chemical-supplemented feed. As for the sea's harvest, our purveyors often provide locally line-caught or farmed seafood.
Tips from locals
Restored Victorian farmhouse with upscale French breakfast and dinner
One of the longtime treasures of the North Coast. Not only are lunch and dinner superb, the weekend brick-oven baked pizza (several creative choices) is a treat to enjoy outside in the beautiful garden.
Elegant mainstay features seasonal French-inspired cuisine & local wines in a Victorian farmhouse.
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“This is one of our favorite spots to lunch in Mendocino. Sit outside on a nice day and enjoy the garden and cool ocean breezes. ”
- 15 locals recommend
“Wonderful place to take kids, get a great read or pick up lovely stationary. ”
- 10 locals recommend
“Gallery with art from talented local artists; periodically hosts outdoor art fairs, check the website for a calendar of events.”
- 14 locals recommend
“Solid coffee spot offering baked goods to snack on, plus a few tables outside to sit with your pup.”
- 6 locals recommend