Harbor Breakfast resides in the circa 1887 building on the sunny corner of India and Beech Streets. Renovations have exposed clear redwood framing that would have arrived from the North in the huge rafts of logs used in the day to transport wood from Oregon.
In 2013 Architects Robin Brisebois and Ted Smith thought it a good idea to open a diner that the fishermen and local working class would frequent back in the earlier California days. Harbor Breakfast opened their doors to serve some classic American comfort food. The Hangtown Fry which features fried oysters, scrambled eggs and smoked bacon was concocted during the gold rush in Placerville, California when a cook orchestrated this delectable dish for a miner who had just struck it rich.
Pumpkin Pancakes, Challah French Toast with a three berry sauce and a cup of Stumptown Coffee is always a palate pleaser. Cooked with coconut oil, the Vegetable omelettes or Grass Fed Steaks and Eggs are fit for a king and queen to start their day.