"DICK TAYLOR 72 PERCENT TOLEDO FROM BELIZE. A CRISP BAR THAT FLEXES INTO TOFFEE AND GREEN BANANAS, WITH A HINT OF LEMON ON THE LONG, BRIGHT FINISH." - THE NEW YORK TIMES
Eureka's very own willy wonka factory. Tour their the downtown facility of these award winning chocolatiers. Nothing beats the end when you get to sample their delicious creations.
Lost Coast Brewery Tour
Come visit Lost Coast Brewery to tour our state-of-the-art facilities, learn a bit about the Lost Coast story and our brewing process, then stick around to sample our delicious beers.
For the young ones, we’ve got Lost Coast Root Beer on tap, as well as root beer floats and Humboldt Creamery ice cream in a variety of flavors. Don’t forget to walk away with the latest Lost Coast swag from the official store. Book a tour today.
LOST COAST BREWERY is an award-winning brewery located in Eureka, California. It also happens to be the greatest place in the world (no bias whatsoever). We brew a variety of awesome beers year-round, and put out some equally awesome seasonal beers, that…you know…vary based on the season.
What started as a crazy experiment soon grew into a fledgling brewery based out of a 100-year-old building in downtown Eureka. Funny things happen when you consistently crank out great beer. Lost Coast continued to expand, gaining fans around the globe and outgrowing a couple brewing facilities along the way.
We’re now located just south of Eureka, brewing out of a custom-built brewery that’s designed to grow with the company.
Fairgrounds turned business incubator. Weekends are the best time to hit this place. Have a pint of locally brewed Cider at Humboldt Cider Company, nibble on fresh bagels from Frankie's Bagels followed by some of the BEST cured meats you've ever had at the Boardroom.
- Humboldt Cider Co.
- Rover's Choice
- Ohana Organics
- Natural Decadence
- Nature Joe’s
- Fusuikan Martial Arts
- Lost Foods
- Frankie's New York Bagels
- Rebel Fitness
- Trinity Raw
Just My Type Letterpress Printing and Design specializes in creating printed works that reflect the unique personality and style of each client. Original artwork and devotion to the craft inspire the customized approach we take in developing that special piece just for you. Just My Type knows it’s the little things that make the difference; we make those little things extraordinare
Visit the shop at 501 3rd St.
See how gingerbread architecture is made.
Eric Hollenbeck, his family and staff welcome you to the Blue Ox Millworks, where Victorian craftsmanship techniques of the 1800s are utilized to produce authentic custom quality products for homes around the world. Their customers include two governors' mansions, national parks, historic cathedrals and even the President of the United States Bill Clinton.
Visitors to the Blue Ox can watch antique woodworking machinery in operation, visit a skid camp, learn about traditional boat-building, and meet the blue oxen, Babe and Blue. You can take a self-guided tour or call in advance and have one of the crew show you around.
Here's some of what you will see:
Antique woodworking machinery from the late 1800s and the early 1900s, used in the production of custom millwork in the main woodworking building, sawmill building and moulder building.
The world's largest functioning collection of human powered equipment from Barnes Manufacturing.
A blacksmith & machine shop where ornamental iron work and hardware is made.
A printshop where the Blue Ox's School's annual yearbook is run on antique letterpress machines.
A cermaic studio where local clays are used and a studio where plaster casts are made for ornamentaion.
A boat building shop - The Corrina Bella, a forty foot traditional sailing vessel, is being built as a project of the Blue Ox Community School.
Baby the famous Belgain Blue oxen.