Savor Old Town. Taste Oberon.
In 1908 Dick’s New Oberon was a popular dining and drinking establishment in Eureka’s Old Town. Since reopening in 2008, Oberon Grill has become equally popular as a dining destination. Using the old photograph of Dick and his barkeeps as inspiration, the Kohl family brought the building back to its original glory. The beautiful mahogany bar was built by Wallace and Hinz, local bar manufacturers. The columns on the bar mirror the detail on the front of the building and features from the old photograph.
Oberon’s menu reflects a goal of authentic, clean cuisine. Recipes and specials are prepared in-house, including their handmade burger buns. A variety of beef cuts and fresh seafood are featured daily. Fresh Crab is available as market presents. Oberon serves breakfast Saturday and Sunday, and lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday.
Creating simple cocktails with complex flavors is the idea behind Oberon Grill’s classic bar drinks. Top quality spirits from around the world complement their West Coast selection of wines. Upstairs, Oberon Grill’s Ruby Room is available for private parties. With seating for 15 to 35, the Ruby Room offers quiet dining overlooking the main dining floor.