Old Town Eureka now has this exquisite dining location— the Oberon Grill. A handsome 4,100 square foot restaurant and bar space designed by architect Philippe Lapotre. The space features tile floors, a separate upstairs dining area and a bar crafted by renowned bar fabricators Wallace and Hines.
The Oberon Grill building has seen many uses over its’ 100 plus year existence. The most recent incarnation was ‘Pacific Flavors’ a kitchen accessory store. One of the first things the Pacific Builders’ crew discovered during demolition was floor access to an old stairway that led under the building, a likely storage area for illicit liquor when Old Town was known as the rip-roaring place to get a drink during prohibition.