I spent this past weekend at Seaside (in Oregon) on a mini-vacation and I thought I'd share some photos of the yummy (and meh) food I had.
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First the meh.
|Now we have a Pig'n Pancake in Portland but this was the ORIGINAL :)|
|My "poached" eggs were more like soft boiled.... how hard is it to poach an egg!?|
|Overall it was just "meh" and not that impressive - same as the one in Portland.|
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Now for the "not too shabby".
|Camp 18 is out on Hwy 26 - it's a restaurant and logging memorial - |
went once before and the food wasn't too bad. Mostly though you go for the fun atmosphere
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Now for the yummy.
|We originally had plans to go to a Southern place - but it apparently closed (for good) |
the previous weekend, so this was one of the restaurants recommended
to us by the woman at our hotel front lobby.
|As soon as we saw "Fried Artichoke Hearts" on the menu I was hooked - |
they were garlic covered and so yummy.
You almost didn't need the garlic lemon ailoi dipping sauce
|I ordered a Huckleberry Mojito before my dinner - only part of the meal I regretted. It was a tad too sweet (too much Huckleberry syrup) and left me |
|Mom ordered the Cod fish and chips|
|I ordered the 1/2 order of Baby Back Ribs...and we swapped 1/2 way through the dinner|
...just so we got a taste of everything, not because we weren't enjoying the food
At the end of our meal we thought we'd take a dessert back to our hotel room to share later that evening. We asked to see a dessert menu....a few minutes later our waitress comes out with a tray of desserts! No menu just a visual display. They all looked yummy but we went with a chocolate layered cake. Can't go wrong with chocolate can you?
The vacation was refreshing and fun and the food was yummy. What else could I ask for?