Dining, Restaurants in Yachats
|Inside the Adobe Restaurant and Lounge, Yachats
(Yachats, Oregon) - Take a tiny bit of time wandering this tiny bit of a town and it won’t take long to become entranced. Yachats may not seem like much on the surface, but a few lingered moments at the wild, rocky shoreline quickly reveal that nature is going bonkers in an astonishing way. With no real sandy beaches to speak of, the waves are forced to slam against these massive basalt structures, then exploding with eye-pleasing regularity.
It’s also easier to work up an appetite here, because walking these large labyrinths is a tad bit more work than the usual sandy strand. That, mixed with the ocean air, seems to beg for respite at a nearby restaurant a little sooner than your average walk. Luckily, Yachats has lots of dining pleasures stuffed into its petite borders. Seafood, of course, abounds in plentiful numbers, as well as chicken, burgers and plenty of breakfast possibilities. Some of these spots offer oceanfront dining too – which is a particular positive along this wild and wooly shoreline.
Adobe Restaurant and Lounge. Views of the area’s dramatic ocean are available from every seat, as the waves pound the rocky terraces of Yachats with wild abandon. It’s a constant – but free – show. Inside, the warm woody décor offers an atmosphere that’s at once upscale and yet comforting and laidback.
Breakfast goes from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday, while it goes until 2 p.m. on Sundays for an extra dose of kicking back, beach-style. Many items, such as the French toast selections are about $8.50, which can include an intriguing set of toppings such as applesauce, ham, bacon, links, cinnamon butter or cheese sauce, orange cream or raspberry syrup. There are many varieties of waffles, biscuits and gravy, eggs done with a Mexican flair, or with oysters, diced ham, mushrooms and even grilled top sirloin. Other egg dishes include Eggs Benedict with lots of cheeses, Huevos Rancheros or eggs New York. Omelets come with seafood such as Oregon bay shrimp, smoked salmon or crab for around $10. Look for more extravagant stuff like an open faced frittata, steak fajita omelet, Spanish omelet, ham ‘n’ cheese omelet, or sliced mushroom ‘n’ cheese – all around $8.50.
Lunch includes lots of salads with chicken, crag, salmon or just veggies. Look for entrees like their Indonesian-flavored grilled with coconut and sweet and sour sauce, sautéed fish, fish n’ chips, club steak, crab cakes clam strips, chicken strips or pastas – all around $10. There’s a hefty selection of burgers and sandwiches that include barbecue sauces, grilled turkey, crab melt, shrimp melt, a Reuben or spicy varieties.
For dinner, start off with appetizers around $8, which include fresh oysters, escargots in burgundy, stuffed mushroom caps or a fruit and cheese plate $8. There are clam chowders and other soups. Seafood entrees are $17 - $24, such as grilled local oysters rolled in bread crumbs, fettuccine with bay shrimp, scallops and crab; a smoked salmon fettuccine; scampi al ferri, stir fried shrimp, shrimp in a corn tortilla (Mexican style), a large crab pot in various cheeses and a massive captain’s platter.
Numerous vegetarian specialties are also available.
There’s lots of chicken and beef, including pepper steak, filet mignon, New York steak, chicken teriyaki, stir-fry chicken and a seven-ounce chicken breast baked or broiled ($18 - $27).
There are early bird specials from 5 to 6 p.m. 1555 Hwy 101. Yachats, Oregon. 800-522-3623. (541) 547-3141. www.adoberesort.com/dining.htm
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