I found some excellent dining options in Mendocino, CA:
Café Beaujolais: A lovely restaurant in an historic home featuring locally grown, produce, meat and fish. They have their own garden on the grounds. I loved the comfortable atmosphere. I had a lovely California sturgeon fillet served with golden beets, snap peas and wild mushrooms, served on a tagliatelle pasta with a truffle infusion. The wine was excellent as was the blackberry sorbet with biscotti. 961 Ukiah St.
Moody’s Organic Coffee Bar: At 10450 Lansing St., this is a fun coffee house in the heart of downtown.
Mendocino Café: Local’s recommend this as a great spot for American, Mexican, Thai and Vietnamese dishes. 10451 Lansing.
Frankie’s: For good ice cream, stop in at Frankies at 44951 Ukiah. They serve coffee, tea, pizza and falafel as well.
Good LIfe Cafe and Bakery: This is a great spot for bakery items and coffee located at 10483 Lansing St.
MacCallum House Restaurant: I enjoyed a lovely dinner on the glass enclosed porch at this fine dining restaurant located in the MacCallum House boutique hotel. It features local, seasonal, organic Northern California cuisine. I loved watching the sunset along the coast as I had a sea bass entree in an uni or sea urchin sauce with mushroom and potato hash and a small arugula salad with orange sections.
955 Ukiah Street Restaurant: Tucked in between several historic buildings is a restaurant that opened in 1987. Popular by locals, they are only open Thursday through Sunday. I enjoyed a blue corn crusted Corvina sea bass entree with pineapple, shrimp, vegetables and quinoa.