PIG N PANCAKE, 223 S. Hemlock, Cannon Beach, (503) 436-2851.   Enjoy casual family dining at the Pig ‘N Pancake restaurant. Located in a beautiful wooded setting overlooking downtown Cannon Beach, open for breakfast and lunch, offering 35 varieties of breakfast (including homemade pancakes) served anytime. Or try the soups, chowder, halibut fish & chips, and much more. Banquet/catering services available. The building is also available for private parties after hours.  Open Daily for Breakfast & Lunch: 7am-3pm



CASTAWAYS GLOBAL CUISINE, 308 N Fir St Cannon Beach, OR.  (503) 436-4444.   Specializes in Cajun and Creole cuisine, Oregon Coast-style.   Menu highlights include seafood linguine, Caribbean crab fritters, honey coconut prawns, and more global fare.   Serving filet mignon and local pork tenderloin.   Open Weds and Saturday 12 pm-4 pm and 5 pm-8 pm and Thursday and Friday 5 pm-8 pm.




LAZY SUSAN CAFE, 126 N Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR. (503) 436-2816.    Cafe open for breakfast and lunch with wonderful fresh scones, waffles, omelets and more. Plenty of coffee available, too.    This cafe is cash only, so be prepared. Open daily (except Tuesday) from 8 am-2:30 pm.



NEWMANS AT 988, 988 S Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR. (503) 436-1151.   Upscale restaurant combining French and Italian cuisine with the unique flavors of the Pacific Northwest.    Serving foie gras pasta, jumbo prawn saute, Carlton Farms pork chop, hazelnut crusted lamb rack. Array of seasonal desserts. Open daily from 5-9 pm.



STEPHANIE INN DINING ROOM, 2740 Pacific Ave, Cannon Beach, OR.  (503) 436-2221.   Very exclusive restaurant (currently booking out two months in advance) at an oceanside inn in Cannon Beach.    Ingredients sourced from the Public Coast Farm, a 40-acre culinary farm created by Stephanie Inn owners to provide year-round, organic ingredients for the chefs to use.   Open daily from 5:30-8 pm.



CANNON BEACH HARDWARE & PUBLIC HOUSE, 1235 S Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR.  (503) 436-4086.   Relaxed seafood and beer joint in a hardware store, serving fish & chips, prawn & chips, halibut and prawn burgers.    Shareables like oyster shooters and halibut ceviche are available.   Open Sunday, Monday, Tues, Thurs from 10 am-8 pm, Fri and Sat from 10 am-10 pm. Closed Wednesday.




DRIFTWOOD RESTAURANT & LOUNGE, 179 N Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR.    (503) 436-2439.   "Where the locals go." Known for their steaks and seafood.   Serving tender filet mignon, babyback ribs, seafood stew with Coho Salmon, Dungeness Crab, halibut, prawns and steamer clams, and many more.   Extensive wine and cocktail list. Open daily from 11:30 am-10 pm.




PIZZA A'FETTA, 231 N Hemlock St # 109, Cannon Beach, OR. (503) 436-0333.   Hole-in-the-wall pizza joint for when you don't feel like eating seafood on the coast.   Thick crust and lots of options for toppings.   Open daily from 11 am-8 pm.




BILL'S TAVERN & BREWHOUSE, 188 N Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR. (503) 436-2202.   Relaxed, rustic tavern near the ocean serving halibut fish and chips, clam chowder, burgers and beers, among other menu options.   Wooded interior gives a cozy, vintage vibe.   Open daily from 11:30 am-10 pm.




WAYFARER RESTAURANT, 1190 Pacific Ave, Cannon Beach, OR. (503) 436-1108.   Upscale restaurant serving coastal classics for breakfast, lunch and dinner with ocean views.      Extensive menu of cocktails, wine and local northwest beer. Serving dungeness crab with wild chanterelles, surf and turf, troll-caught salmon from Astoria.   Breakfast highlights include cinnamon roll french toast, eggs benedict four ways.   Part of the North Coast Food Trail. Open daily from 8 am-9 pm.



BISTRO, 263 N Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR.  503-436-2661.   The Cannon Beach Bistro is a cozy fine dining establishment in downtown Cannon Beach.   Reservations are strongly encouraged for this exclusive joint. The chefs are experimental with the menu, featuring items like NW Dungeness crab and prawn cakes with mirin and sake aioli, Korean braised pork belly, and more.   Weds-Sun 5 pm-8 pm.










Writing Credit:  Taylor Griggs