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“Great stop for picnic and road food”
Review of North Coast Co-Op

North Coast Co-Op
Ranked #17 of 192 Restaurants in Eureka
Cuisines: Healthy
Description: Not technically a restaurant, but an alternative grocery store that sells locally produced, organic stuffs. They have a sandwich, soup, salad, desert bar and a Deli, or we cruise the store for items for our picnic. There are tables and chairs in(and out in good weather). It's sister store is the Northcoast C0-Op down the 101 in Arcata on J st. between 8th & 9th. Rather stop at either of the Co-Ops for lunch or dinner, although they run out of the homemade soup by 5/6PM.
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Description: Not technically a restaurant, but an alternative grocery store that sells locally produced, organic stuffs. They have a sandwich, soup, salad, desert bar and a Deli, or we cruise the store for items for our picnic. There are tables and chairs in(and out in good weather). It's sister store is the Northcoast C0-Op down the 101 in Arcata on J st. between 8th & 9th. Rather stop at either of the Co-Ops for lunch or dinner, although they run out of the homemade soup by 5/6PM.
Reviewed July 30, 2013

This huge think-global-buy-local co-op on the main drag has a great deli. Try the coriander lime albacore, bomb broccoli salad, and Thai peanut noodles. Plus a bottle of wine.

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2  Thank Ron S
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

I think even for a Whole Foods-type store it is a little on the pricey side. That said, the selection of items was good for a co-op. We didn't eat at the deli, just shopped the store portion.

It looked like they had a demonstration kitchen complete with cameras in the back. So not sure if they have a local PBS or public access thing going or not.

Make sure you check out the free newspaper section as you exit. For such a small town, they have a ton of different publications. Nice to get the feel for an area.

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Thank CoyoteIsland
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Reviewed July 19, 2013 via mobile

Hot food bar, 4 soup choices, and a tasty-looking salad bar with lots of healthy options. Only drawback was limited indoor seating.

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Thank pcarlaw
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Reviewed June 21, 2013

Great place to pick up some groceries. The people who work there are very helpful and friendly. I bought a yummy beet salad at the deli. Yum!

1  Thank mamayogini
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Reviewed May 23, 2013

Well, only popped-in for ice cream and treats on our short trip to town, so felt kinda silly. But, it was a really cool store that my teenagers would kill for in the valley.

Thank cinnord
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