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The 10 Best Restaurants In Lincoln City, Oregon
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The 10 Best Restaurants In Lincoln City, Oregon

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Located on Oregon‘s Central Coast, Lincoln City is a lovely town with scenic views provided by the forests, beaches, and the Pacific Ocean. The area is also brimming with incredible bounty, which often finds its way into delicious dishes that will satisfy many diners. From fine dining establishments to local eats, Lincoln City’s dining scene is varied with something for everyone. We find out more.
Lincoln City Beach | © John1017/WikiCommons
Lincoln City Beach | © John1017/WikiCommons
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The Bay House

Established in 1978, The Bay House is a lovely fine dining establishment set in a location with beautiful views of the Siletz Bay. Nestled inside a 1937 building, this restaurant features changing menus highlighting the freshest ingredients available. Delectable choices include the Columbia River Chinook salmon with zucchini-sweet corn hash, fingerling potatoes, and sauce beurre rouge and the vegetarian pasta with fettuccine, roasted yellow bell pepper, Kalamata olives, sun-dried tomatoes, basil-hazelnut pesto, and parmigiano-reggiano cheese. To complement the meal, an award winning wine list, including regional and international varieties, is also offered.

The Bay House, 5911 SW Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 996 3222

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Blackfish Cafe

Opened in 1999 by chef Rob Pounding, Blackfish Cafe delights guests with its delicious cuisine featuring the bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Procuring the best, freshest, and seasonal products from local purveyors, this café creates seasonal menus. Within an art-adorned environment, diners can feast upon everything from appetizers to soups and salads to pasta to entrées. Enticing options include the cioppino with a variety of Northwest seafood braised in red wine and served in a tomato and herb broth accompanied by grilled rustic bread crostini and the parmesan-crusted local rockfish with a sorrel-caper-shallot sauce, steamed broccoli rabe, and penne pasta. Complementary wine, beer, and cocktails plus desserts round out the offerings.

Blackfish Cafe, 2733 NW Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 996 1007

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Hearth & Table Kitchen

Hearth and Table Kitchen offers guests a selection of pizza, sandwiches and small plates within a casual atmosphere. Tasty items diners might find on the lunch menu include the NW market salad with greens, pumpkin seeds, apples, chèvre and cider honey mustard dressing and the Ploughman lunch with paté, cheese, fruit, mustard, plus house made bread. Guests can also create their own pizza and choose among many toppings, including caramelized onions, kale, artichoke hearts, sautéed mushrooms, and smoked salmon to name but a few.

Hearth & Table Kitchen, 660 SE Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 614 0966

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Hwy 101 Burger

Hwy 101 Burger is a family-friendly burger shop that has plenty of games, including pool, pinball, and more, that will provide much jollity. While the menu is small, the flavors are bold with only the best ingredients being used, including fresh beef. The burgers come with one, two, three, or for the truly ravenous, four patties plus gooey cheese, if wanted, complemented by sides, including fries and cheesy meat fries. On certain days, there are special toppings with jalapeños on Mondays, bacon on Wednesdays, and pastrami on Fridays. A selection of beverages, including creamy milkshakes, are also available.

Hwy 101 Burger, 5045 S. Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 418 2305

Siletz Bay, Lincoln City, Oregon | © M.O. Stevens/WikiCommons
Siletz Bay, Lincoln City, Oregon | © M.O. Stevens/WikiCommons
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J’s Fish & Chips

Anyone looking for great fish and chips should head to the cozy J’s Fish and Chips. A casual venue where customers order at the counter before sitting, J’s uses only the best ingredients possible, including the freshest fish from local fishermen. The menu offers something for every seafood lover, with lightly breaded options such as cod, halibut, shrimp, and clam strips, which are served with fries and coleslaw. Fish tacos, also served with chips and slaw, plus award winning clam chowder are also available at this tasty stop.

J’s Fish & Chips, 1800 SE Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 994 4445

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Nelscott Café

Nelscott Café is a friendly place with a selection of tasty American dishes. For breakfast, the menu features both sweet and savory items, including the almond crunch French toast, which is Texas toast battered and covered in crushed corn cereal and almonds, and the breakfast bowl with potatoes, scrambled egg, choice or bacon, sausage, or ham, country sausage-bacon gravy, chopped green onions, cheese, mushrooms, and tomatoes. The chicken, bacon and dill sandwich made with a buttermilk marinated chicken breast grilled with diced green chiles and topped with bacon, lettuce, tomato, and onion is a flavorful lunch choice. For a great summer time treat, try a slushy with soft serve ice cream on top.

Nelscott Café, 3237 SW Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 994 6100

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Pacific Grind Cafe

A locally owned, independent coffee house, Pacific Grind Cafe is a great venue to relax while sipping coffee drinks along with delicious nibbles. Offering a host of baked goods, including bagels, pastries, cookies, cinnamon rolls, and more, the café also serves a great selection of breakfast burritos, sandwiches in both deli and panini styles, salads, and more. The egg burrito stuffed with bacon, cheddar and jack cheeses and Mediterranean vegetables is an excellent option for breakfast while the Tuscan tuna melt made with Tuscan tuna salad, hickory smoked bacon, Tillamook cheddar, tomatoes, and lettuce will make a satisfying lunch.

Pacific Grind Cafe, 4741 SW Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 994 8314

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Puerto Vallarta

A family-owned restaurant, Puerto Vallarta specializes in authentic Mexican cuisine. Its budget friendly menu and its colorful, festive interior makes it a wonderful place the entire family will enjoy. From meat to poultry to seafood to vegetarian options, the menu is brimming with delicious dishes that will suit many tastes. Must try options include the carne tampiqueña, which is a New York steak stuffed with bell pepper, onions, tomatoes, and ham all wrapped in bacon and smothered with a special sauce and the enchiladas del mare stuffed with shrimp, crab meat, and scallops then topped with green sauce and cheese.

Puerto Vallarta, 3001 NW Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 994 0300

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Tiki’s

Described as a ‘FUN beach shack,’ Tiki’s is a vibrant venue the entire family will want visit again and again. Not only is there a beautiful, talking blue and gold macaw named Gypsy, but also a gift shop selling many eclectic items. The food offered is equally diverse with highlights being the award winning clam chowder; the big bad foot long Coney Island dog topped with Coney Island sauce, minced white onions, sweet relish, and mustard; and the very veggie wrap with cream cheese, cucumber, fresh beet, coleslaw, cabbage, spinach, and flaked coconut all on a sun-dried tomato-basil wrap. Drinks abound, with everything from fresh juices to blended ice drinks to mojitos to margaritas and more.

Tiki’s, 1005 SW 51st St., Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 996 4200

Lincoln City, Oregon | © Thomas Shahan/Flickr
Lincoln City, Oregon | © Thomas Shahan/Flickr
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Wildflower Grill

Wildflower Grill is a charming restaurant in a truly idyllic location. Nestled inside a converted cottage on a hill, surrounded by lush scenery with views of a wetland brimming with wildlife – including ducks, deer, and beavers – this grill features a homely interior in which to savor a variety of eats that will appeal to many tastes. A creative spin on the brunch favorite, eggs benedict, finds local crab and poached eggs atop wildflower toast with a choice of regular, Cajun, or salsa hollandaise and served with hash browns. The lunch menu has a flavorful portabella po’boy with marinated grilled mushrooms, grilled onions, Swiss cheese, sun-dried tomato and roasted garlic spread plus many other great options.

Wildflower Grill, 4250 NE Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR, USA, +1 541 994 9663