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By Donna Westfall – September 10, 2023

Located at 1175 2nd Street, Suite 300 in Crescent City. (707 ) 951-0762.

You are definitely going to want to eat there. Our first time out was Saturday around 1:30.

After a particularly frustrating morning where nothing seemed to be working out, hubby say’s, “Let’s go get lunch.”

I respond, “Why don’t we try someplace new?”

We’re so glad we did!

When you walk in, you notice the clean environment, the display case with desserts and a young woman with a smile on her face. She’s Kjirsten Kime.

She pointed out the menu’s and we made our selections:

The Redwood Burger with onion rings for Doug and I ordered the Cheeseburger with sweet potato fries. Now that’s something I never had before. She asked us how we wanted our meat cooked. When have you ever walked into a place that prepares burgers and had a choice on how your meat was cooked?

Not only that, but it’s 7 ounces of juicy beef. Seven ounces.

Doug like’s his medium well and I like mine medium. Our food was served and it was perfection.

Salivate over this:

The Cheeseburger comes with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, mayo and cheddar cheese. Usually I pull the pickles out of some of the fast food places around town or tell them, “No pickles.” However, this burger was love at first bite including the pickles. The sweet potato fries, excellent and lots of them.

The Redwood Burger comes with avocado, bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, mayo and grilled onions. It’s served on a brioche bun. The onion rings were among the best ever and lots of them too.

It’s not a sit down meal that you can eat in one sitting. Well, we couldn’t. It’s enough for at least two meals. We cut the burger in two, got some to-go boxes, put the burger and sweet potatoes and onion rings in and that evening put it in the air fryer to warm it up.

We can’t wait to go back.

Their hours are: 11:30 am to 3 pm and 4:30 to 9 pm. They are closed on Mondays. Located on 2nd Street between the Redwood National and State Parks headquarters and Local Boys Surf & Skate Shop.

When you go, tell them you heard about them in Crescent City Times. We’d appreciate that.

2 thoughts on “Business Spotlight on ELISE’S EATERY”
  1. “Parks and Recreation Building”? That would be on H Street at 10th. I think you mean the Redwood National and State Parks headquarters building. (Which is officially, but not widely known, the Newton Drury Center according to a plaque on the building’s east side.)

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