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We stopped for the night in Redding and chose this place because it looked pleasant and had a patio, which we sat on...for someone from Seattle, eating outside in October is a treat! We just had salads, the chicken Caesar and the Cobb, but they...More
While traveling and following AAA recommendation, we happened upon C. R. Gibbs. It was Happy Hour, and the place was lively. Our waitress was stellar - very friendly and efficient. Recommended a newly released Eel River barley wine - tremendous enough that I sought out...More
Nice large dining room and large outdoor patio. The happy hour wine house wine is only $4.00. It was really good and a generous pour. We split a wild mushroom pizza which is plenty for two people. The service was good as well. Overall a...More
Took my niece to lunch last week at one of her favorite spots. I devoured the Gibbs Blacked Caesar salad, the chicken was cooked to perfection, flavors were great. My niece selected the Wild Mushroom Pizza, after taking a bit I decided that will be...More
We eat the free breakfasts here when we stay. Quality is very good. Hot food hot, cold food cold, and everything is fresh. Great coffee too. The service at dinner time (and we will presume for lunch as well) is excellent. We have come in...More
Used to be the best place to eat and get together with friends. This last stop wasn't any where near the service expectation nor food expectation I had. I wish it would be managed better and the staff had a better sense of urgency to...More
Great Moscow mules for $6. We ordered the steakhouse salad off the regular menu and it was one of the best meals ever, with perfectly cooked steak, and sautéed mushrooms as well as blue cheese and red onions.
Do the obligatory you peel 'em shrimp with the meal. I had a chicken fried beef short rib special for breakfast. It was tender as only a slow cooked rib can be, washed down with a bloody. Life is good.