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Northwest Travel Magazine: Best Eats on Oregon’s North Coast

June 1, 2014 | by Jon Rahl

Northwest Travel magazine visited Oregon’s North Coast looking for the “Best Eats.” Allen Cox, the magazine’s Editor and travel writer, sure found some!

In Seaside, he stopped in at Twisted Fish Steakhouse and Dooger’s downtown. He also checked out the fresh seafood market Bell Buoy of Seaside and grabbed a bite at Tsunami Sandwich Company. At Flashback Malt Shoppe he taste-tested the original bottled soda and an old-fashioned banana split.

This article also features restaurants in Cannon Beach and Astoria. Read the entire article: “Best Eats on Oregon’s North Coast.

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