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Comfort food · Quick bite · Fast service990 Hwy 101
Leona’s Restaurant offers great tasting, classic American diner food for breakfast and lunch.1509 Hwy 101
Ocean Garden serves a variety of Chinese and American cuisine.2207 Winchester Avenue
Pizza to Go
Pizza to Go offers generously topped pizzas for delivery or pick up from this family owned restaurant.275 Winchester Ave.
Mexican Express is a drive-thru and walk-up restaurant serving delicious Mexican cuisine for lunch and dinner.345 N 13th St.
In addition to delicious espresso beverages, hot chocolate and Boba teas, Bestie Brew offers breakfast bagel sandwiches, meatball pitas and pizza rolls.1405 Hwy 101
Explore the Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail
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.
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.
Trip Ideas & Itineraries
5 Ways to Cool Off on Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston
It’s high summertime in Oregon, which means it’s time to head out and enjoy the bounty of the state during its sunniest season. But summertime in Oregon also means something else. It’s hot. But there is relief — and beauty, adventure and fun — to be found on the Southern Oregon Coast in Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston. Home to pristine Pacific beaches, swimming holes galore and tasty summertime treats, this part of the Southern Oregon Coast makes a great destination for anyone looking to turn down the summer heat while enjoying a little slice of paradise.Read More
Experience the Dunes, Lake, and Ocean From One Home Base in Lakeside
Partner Story Hike through otherworldly sand dunes on foot, then fish for trout in Tenmile Lake. The community of Lakeside, roughly 20 minutes north of Coos Bay and 15 minutes south of Reedsport, is one of Oregon’s all-terrain vehicle hot...Read More
Romantic Escapes on the Southern Oregon Coast
Take Your Sweetie on an Epic Adventure Dinner and a movie are nice for Valentine’s Day, but we have a hunch that what your sweetie really wants is a romantic adventure, with no planning required. From its wild, secluded beaches...Read More
What Makes Oregon’s South Coast So Unique?
Across the state, Oregon is no stranger to scenic drives, but there’s something undeniably different about road-tripping Highway 101 along the South Coast.Read More
A Getaway for All in Brookings
Whether you're coming from north or south, the wild and dramatic stretch of the Oregon Coast near its southern border is one of the most spectacular drives in the state. Known as Oregon’s Banana Belt due to its warmer weather than other spots on the Coast, it’s a scenic wonderland of wide-open spaces, thick forests and stunningly beautiful beaches. Because it’s a leisurely road trip from any major city, there’s another perk: It always feels like you’ve got the place to yourself.Read More
Find the Freshest Seafood on Oregon’s South Coast
Whether delicate crab, perfectly seasoned salmon or flavorful homemade clam chowder, a visit to the Southern Oregon Coast isn’t complete without a meal that highlights the region’s top culinary experience: fresh seafood. Along the Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail, there are...Read More