Seascape Restaurant

... At the Pier in Trinidad, CA.



Seascape Restaurant has been a favorite dining spot with travelers, fishermen and locals since the 1950's. 


Seascape's menu features a variety of sandwiches and salads, as well as the freshest seafood and some of the best clam chowder on the North Coast. This is the perfect place to enjoy a hearty breakfast, a casual lunch or an evening watching the sun sink into the sea. Top it all off with our homemade desserts made fresh daily from the finest ingredients.

We also cater to kids with a wonderful children's menu that has something for all of your little ones to enjoy. Take the entire family for a comfortable, friendly and hearty meal that will be a treat for all.



(707) 677-3762



At the Pier

1 Bay st. 

Trinidad CA, 95570



Open 7 Days a Week

Summer Hours
7 am to 9:30 pm

Winter Hours
7 am to 8 pm

Served Daily until 2 pm

Served Daily until 4 pm

Served Daily from 4pm until Close



Reservations only for parties of 6 or more.

Owned and Operated by the TRINIDAD RANCHERIA

Trinidad Rancheria

The Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria is a federally recognized tribe located near the City of Trinidad, California. The tribe’s continued growth includes social & cultural programs, business enterprises, partnerships and services for tribal members which honor the past and look toward the future.

Vision Statement

Honoring the Past, Living in the Present, Looking Towards the Future


Mission Statement

The mission of the Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria is to preserve and promote our cultural and traditional beliefs; improve quality of life and self-sufficiency; uphold tribal sovereignty; create positive partnerships; and protect the environment in order to provide a healthy community, honor our elders, and guide our youth.


Guiding Principle

It is with faith in The Creator that we undertake these tasks and it shall be with a spirit of respect and cooperation that we reach these goals.


For information on the history of the Trinidad Rancheria, click here.