It’s not rough or tough, no rowdy customers and no fights break out at the newest eatery in Noyo Harbor.
There are seats at the inside bar or tables, but the deck is the place to be. Covered with sun sails and surrounded by glass walls, the breeze-free setting has a captivating harbor view. Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, local musicians perform on the deck stage. The atmosphere is congenial and the audience sociable.
So why the name ‘Rough Bar’? “Bar” is a nautical term for the place where a river meets the ocean. Within sight of the cafe, the Noyo River meets the Pacific Ocean. The Noyo Bar is called a “rough bar” because it is just that – rough – and at times treacherous.
Diners have an unsurpassed view of the river, bridge, inlet and Pacific. Locals and visitors gather here for food, laughs and libations. Fresh food, local beer and wine, warm and welcoming service plus great entertainment make Django’s Rough Bar Cafe an unexpected dockside experience.