Restaurants in Redwood Country
This spot, once a lumber-camp mess hall, now feeds tourists three set-menu, hungry-man-portioned meals a day. (Cross your fingers for roast beef.)
The food is simple but good—especially the “Indian tacos” (on fry bread, with chile sauce).
The Slow Food movement rules here; look for the cheese soufflé made with local Cypress Grove chèvre.
Lunch on a chicken-spinach-feta sandwich on homemade panini.
This Redding institution is known for its 16-ounce New York strip steaks.