The Pacific Coast Highway Travel guide to where to eat in Yachats, Oregon, focussing mainly on places with local organic produce, and mostly along Highway 101.
Where to eat in Yachats? Not a problem. For a small town there are lots of good eating places, many of them using local and organic produce, and several right along the Pacific Coast Highway. Naturally you can get fine, fresh seafood, but meat-eaters and vegetarians will not go hungry either.
No, that's not the name of a restaurant but it's the best eating place in town!
Makes all their food from scratch every day using local and
organic ingredients. They serve sandwiches, wraps, soups, burritos, and tacos,
with wines and beers available too.
84 Beach Street
You'll find this truck parked in the back parking lot of
Styx Stones ‘n Bones in Yachats, but just follow your nose. They specialize in
BBQ, as the name tells you, and trust us, it's delicious however you try it.
Just make sure you get there before they sell out.
160 W 2nd Street
If you're simply passing through Yachats but want to stop
for lunch or a coffee, this place is right on the Pacific Coast Highway. Look
for it on the east side of the highway, between 2nd and 3rd streets. They make
their own Fair Trade organic coffees, serve teas and cocoas too, obtain as much
of their produce as possible from sustainable and organic local sources and, as
they say, 'serve up organic coffee, drinks, breakfast and lunch for carnivores,
vegetarians and vegans!'
220 US-101, Yachats
This simple place is also right on the highway, on
the west side just south of 2nd Street. They serve every kind of fish you can
imagine, but only fresh and no farmed fish. They also make their own clam
chowder, and have regular live music nights. The menu is pretty much
fish-fish-fish, though they also do a veggie burger and a regular hamburger
using grass-fed beef.
153 US-101, Yachats
Another place that's right on the Pacific Coast Highway, Ona
is on the west side, south of 2nd Street and just south of Luna. Ona is more
upmarket than Luna and although they have plenty of vegetarian and fish
options, including crab and scallops, it's the place to go if you're more in
the mood for a steak. They have a nice cocktail list, too - try their Oregon
131 US-101, Yachats,
This is another eating option that's right on the highway,
on the east side and north of 3rd Street. If you enjoy craft beer then you'll
enjoy it here, with a casual and lively atmosphere and a long and tempting list
of their own and some guest brews. They do beer flights as well, and they also make
some collaboration brews. On the food side they offer straightforward dishes
like burgers, a pulled pork sandwich, chicken salad sandwich, and chicken penne,
but using organic local ingredients. It's better than the average pub plate.
348 US-101, Yachats
This hotel and restaurant is a good and easy choice if you
want somewhere to stay that's right on the highway. It's on the east side,
south of 2nd Street, and if you stay for a few days there are plenty of other
eating places within walking distance.
The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and they have a
wood-fired pizza oven. There's naturally a large pizza selection, plenty of
good Pacific Northwest seafood and meat dishes, lots of salads and pasta
choices, and their own specialties. They also have live music every night. On
the accommodation side, the rooms are spread over several buildings and you can
read all about it on their separate lodging website here.
124 US-101, Yachats
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