Restaurants in Seaside Oregon 

Restaurants in Seaside Oregon 

Restaurants in Seaside Oregon 

15 Mar 2023

One of the best parts of your vacation is trying as many restaurants in Seaside, Oregon as you can! Known for fresh, local ingredients and a fine sense of tradition and fun, restaurants in Seaside will satisfy with good meals and friendly hosting. Try some of these restaurants during your Seaside, Oregon vacation! 

Finn’s Fish House 
227 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138 

Fireside dining outdoors in the fresh air is just one way to enjoy a meal at Finn’s Fish House; three fire pits make for a cozy stop on this beachfront patio. Celebrating the area’s Finnish settlers and fisherfolk, the menu offers plenty from the sea served up with the house brew, SISU beer. Not just a night spot (although there is a great lounge here) the breakfast Benedicts should not be overlooked. 

Maggie’s on the Prom 
580 Beach Dr, Seaside, OR 97138 

Proper white tablecloth service awaits at Maggie’s on the Prom alongside its creative, modern menu. Seasonal and locally focused, crab, clams and other local ingredients are sourced from more than 20 fisheries, farms, foragers, bakeries, breweries and wineries located within Oregon and Washington. No reservations accepted; open Thursdays-Sundays from 4:00 PM. 

Bell Buoy/Buoy’s Best Fish House 
1800 S Roosevelt Dr, Seaside, OR 97138 

From the Dock to the Dinner Table! Buoy’s Best Fish House is brought to you by the same folk who run the familiar old-school seafood market right on Hwy 101. Smoked salmon chowder, a Northwest Crab Roll, crab cakes and all the varieties of fish n’ chips you can dream of. A family friendly place to eat in, or take it away for a picnic on the beach. Just watch out for those thieving sea gulls! 
Do take some time to shop pickled prawns, Dungeness crab and award winning Albacore Tuna among other specialties; they make great gifts to take home with you.  

Camp 18 Logging Museum & Restaurant 
US Hwy 26 at milepost 18  

There’s no other place quite like it; a logging museum with vintage equipment parked outside and a giant log cabin with antler chandelier and fireplace serving lumberjack portions of classic American diner food done right. Hearty skillets, burgers and breakfasts are good any time of day but don’t miss the notorious cinnamon roll here that may be as big as your head. About a 20 minute drive out of Seaside but well worth the visit. Go in the day time to appreciate the creek and outdoor structures and get photos of the steam driven timber era memories.  

Dooger’s Seafood & Grill 
505 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138  

There’s more than one chowder join that’s a famous Seaside restaurant; Dooger’s Seafood & Grill has been winning awards for their clam chowder since 1983. Keeping up with the times, they even have a gluten-free chowder that will satisfy with its creamy base and chunky clams. Steamer clams, razor clams and crab cakes are on the menu with steak house favorites for a relaxed lunch or dinner experience with excellent service.  

Mo’s Seafood and Chowde
30 N Prom, Seaside, OR 97138 

Casual coastal dining and friendly family traditions; have you even been to Oregon if you haven’t tried Mo’s? The Seaside location of this local chain is right on the front of the Prom with beach views and a heated/covered patio for when the weather’s fine. While Mo’s is best known for its clam chowder, you can’t really go wrong here with crowd-tested favorites. Cod, halibut, shrimp, clams and crab, you’ll find them all here fried up, over pasta, and an amazing tuna or bay shrimp stuffed avocado. Heaven! 

Nonni’s Italian Bistro 
831 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138 

Treat your tastebuds to traditional Italian dishes at a classic downtown Seaside restaurant. Nonni’s Italian Bistro serves traditional Italian cuisine in downtown Seaside. Grandmother’s recipes are recreated for today’s taste with dishes you don’t find everywhere. Cannelonni with beef, veal and pork; layers upon layers of lasagne and a chicken picatta for when you’ve tired of seafood. Be sure to save room for a Panna Cotta or Tiramisu to go with your complementary after dinner Sambuca. 

Why Eat at a Restaurant in Seaside, Oregon? 

Sure, you can cook at your beach vacation home but you’re on vacation! This stretch of the coast is nicknamed The North Coast Food Trail for good, fresh reasons. Take yourself out for a few meals at these restaurants in Seaside Oregon and taste the freshness of the Pacific Northwest!