Find Food & Drink on the Oregon Coast
Sheltered Nook on Tillamook Bay
Sheltered Nook features six uniquely-themed tiny homes. Each tiny home has only 385-square-feet of living space and is fully furnished with locally-made furniture, a TV, and all the cooking utensils you may need during your stay. Guests can enjoy the...7860 Warren St.
Bay City, OR
Email us (dharguth[at]shelterednook[dot]com)
You’ll find fresh catches from the boat at this fisherman owned spot. They also offer custom filleting and crab cooking.304 Mooring Basin Drive
The Ghost Hole Public House
Open 7 days a week, The Ghost Hole Public House offers great food and entertainment with Karaoke on Fridays and Saturday nights.409 Garibaldi Avenue
Fishpeople Seafood Market
Discover fresh, local, wild and sustainable seafood on the docks in Garibaldi. Buy premium quality seafood and meet your fisherman at the front door to the Pacific.500 Biak Avenue
Email us (info[at]fishpeopleseafood[dot]com)
Parkside Cafe & Espresso
Breakfast served all day, open for dinner.231 Garibaldi Avenue
Explore Oregon’s Coastal Food Trails
The Oregon Coast has a bounty of amazing, fresh food. Best of all, these farmers, fishers, and restaurateurs are all local, which means that supporting them supports their communities. These customizable Food Trails are treasure maps to the riches of Oregon’s Coastal Cuisine.
The North Coast Food Trail website is a guide to discovering excellent local food from Cannon Beach to Lincoln City. This resource is a curated list of farm and coast-to-table experiences for those who love to dig in and know where their food came from.
Spotlighting Oregon’s Southern Coast, this food trail has the low down on restaurants, markets, breweries, and more. What’s the criteria? The food at these places is all locally-made. There’s not a chain to be found here.
Where to Find the Freshest Seafood on Oregon’s South Coast
Where to Find Fresh Produce and Fish on the Oregon Coast
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