Sunday, August 5, 2018

Dulce Open in Eureka

Posted By on Sun, Aug 5, 2018 at 6:32 PM

Pastry case at the newly opened Dulce Bistro. - PHOTO BY JENNIFER FUMIKO CAHILL
  • Photo by Jennifer Fumiko Cahill
  • Pastry case at the newly opened Dulce Bistro.

For those of you who've been watching the glacial transformation of the space at 415 Seventh St. in Eureka, waiting for Mity Nice, then Fat Cat to open, surprise! It's Dulce Bistro.

Dulce's manager Antonio Lopez says there were plans to open a restaurant elsewhere when the Mity Nice/Fat Cat team decamped and this spot became available. The move-in started in June and the doors opened Tuesday, July 31. Construction of the outdoor seating area remains in progress.
The Thai quinoa burger and fries at Dulce Bistro. - JENNIFER FUMIKO CAHILL
  • Jennifer Fumiko Cahill
  • The Thai quinoa burger and fries at Dulce Bistro.

The bakery case up front holds a scattering of scones, muffins and fruit pastries, while the menu lists classic breakfasts like omelets, French toast, chicken-fried steak ($5.50-$13), and sandwiches, soups and salads at lunch ($8-$14). Dinner offerings include a pair of prix fixe options alongside á la carte surf and turf, and a vegan cassoulet ($21-$43). 
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