Take a bite of the Oregon Coast
From Cannon Beach, through the Tillamook Coast, to Lincoln City, this region is ripe for exploration! Enter an area of unmatched beauty and adventure—defined by fresh flavors, natural bounty and a variety of unique culinary experiences. The Food Trail inspires you to explore with your senses as you travel down the northern state shoreline. Take a journey with us...
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Breweries, Wineries, Distilleries
Sip and sample, then scope out how it’s made.Map It
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Buy from local farms and vendors.Map It
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Learn where food grows in the wild.Map It
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Tours and Experiences
Explore the Coast, we’ll point the way.Map It
If it’s not in season, you won’t find it on The Bay House menu. Likewise, there’s no frozen fare and the menu isn’t particularly long. “My philosophy is ‘the more local, the fresher, the more organic, the better,’” says... [MORE]
Crave the Coast showcases the delicious and diverse bounty of Oregon’s North Coast, with cheese, beer, fresh seafood, spirits, meats, and farmers market produce from over 40 regional food and beverage makers. The event will include tastings, pairings, and... [MORE]
Video: Food, Farm, Fish and Forage
See how the bounty of the North Coast makes this a food region that's worth digging into.
Oregon's North Coast Food Trail
Learn, Taste & Trek: Take Your First Step on the Food Trail.
Out here, there’s a world of wonders good enough to eat. On the North Coast Food Trail, you’ll find an abundance of producers, shops, vendors and restaurants, who share a passion for bringing out the region’s flavors. Follow wild seafood from the fisherman’s net to the chef’s block; learn how to forage the woods for rare mushrooms; tour the farms—and meet the cows—supplying dairy for Oregon-made cheese. Get a taste of fresh coast-to-table fare as you explore foodways and check out the “roots” of your meal.