Stay Eat Events Weather Beaches

Livin' Large on Oregon Coast: Crab Feast and Hotel Anniversary

Published 02/12/2019 at 1:23 AM PDT
By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff

Livin' Large on Oregon Coast: Crab Feast and Hotel Anniversary

Latest Coastal Lodging News Alerts
In Seaside:
Includes exclusive listings; major specials when beaches reopen
In Cannon Beach:
Includes rentals not listed anywhere else
In Manzanita, Wheeler, Rockaway Beach:
major specials when beaches reopen
In Pacific City, Oceanside:
major specials when beaches reopen
In Lincoln City:
major specials when beaches reopen
In Depoe Bay, Gleneden Beach:
major specials when beaches reopen
In Newport:
Look for major specials when beaches reopen
In Waldport
New amenities offered; specials coming when beaches open
In Yachats, Florence
Big specials coming; lodgings not listed anywhere else

(Newport, Oregon) – Two parts of the Oregon coast celebrate in grand style this month. In one case, an annual crab feast takes on Krakken-esque proportions, while another famed hotel in Pacific City celebrates its anniversary with a special package. (Above: graphic created by Crab Krack organizers).

History and food – and music – meet in the Annual Crab Krack in Newport on February 17. Starting at 4 p.m., it’s a yearly fundraiser put on by the Lincoln County Historical Society, happening at the Best Western Agate Beach Inn.

Treat yourself to a luscious fresh local Dungeness crab dinner and live jazz in the company of your friends and neighbors. Each year, crab for this event is donated by the Yaquina Bay commercial fishing community. The generosity of a long list of local restaurants and merchants also help make this annual central Oregon coast fun fest possible.

This whole crab feast includes various side dishes, an array of desserts, no-host bar, live music by the Bringetto Jazz Duo, and both a silent and oral auction.

Event proceeds will be used to complete the Doerfler Family Theater at the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center. The highly anticipated theater project will be completed this spring.

The Agate Beach Inn is offering a special rate for guests attending the festivities, and reservations can be made by calling 541-265-9411, or 800-547-3310 and mentioning “Crab Krack” to get the special rate. Lodgings in Newport - Where to eat - Maps - Virtual Tours

Tickets for the Crab Krack are available for purchase at the Burrows House and Pacific Maritime Heritage Museums. Cost for members is $45 per person, for non-members, $55. Memberships start as low as $20 a year. For more information, to purchase tickets, or reserve your table for 8, call the Historical Society at 541-265-7509.

Up the road along the Oregon coast, Pacific City’s Headlands Coastal Lodge & Spa celebrates its one-year anniversary in grand style.

That’s one year of delicious ocean-to-table cuisine at Meridian Restaurant & Bar, 650 pints of Tillamook ice cream enjoyed from the pantries, 3,200 relaxing treatments and energizing workouts at Tidepools Spa & Wellness, 1,200 customized journeys with Adventure Coaches and countless happy guests. To celebrate, Headlands is inviting guests to the party with a first birthday package.



The birthday package includes:

Daily $100 lodge credit that can be used toward Meridian, Tidepools, the gift shop or pantries. Complimentary bubbles poured upon check-in. Valid Sunday-Thursday through March 14, 2019

The package can be booked online at www.headlandslodge.com/birthday or by calling 503-483-3000. (More images of these subjects below).






 

More About Oregon Coast hotels, lodging.....

More About Oregon Coast Restaurants, Dining.....

 

Oregon Coast event or adventure you can't miss

 



Coastal Spotlight


LATEST Related Oregon Coast Articles

Bioluminescent Phytoplankton: What Makes Glowing Sand On Oregon Coast, Washin...
One of the more treasured, wondrous and surreal experiences you can have is 'glowing sand' at night. Sciences
Tornado, WWII Submarines and Motor Lodge: Oregon Coast Inns With A Past
A full dive into living Oregon coast history is a refreshing thing. Yet it's rare. Lincoln City, Newport
Wrecking the Peter Iredale: How Oregon Coast History Played Out in 1906
The wee hours of October 25 were wild and gnarly, and they were certainly chaotic if you were out to sea. Warrenton, Astoria, Washington, Seaside
Waves That Go the Wrong Direction: Weird Oregon / Washington Coast Science
The foam is heading outward, towards the sea, instead of towards land. Weather
Popular Yet Layered on Oregon Coast
Like a treasure hunt, there's more to your favorite spot than meets the eye: Warrenton, Pacific City, Depoe Bay
Officials: No Fireworks on Oregon Beaches; Washington Coast Rules, Concerns
All types are illegal on Oregon beaches, on the Washington coast there is a worry of plastic debris
Tourism In Manzanita In 1914 A Rugged But Enticing N. Oregon Coast Adventure
Manzanita and northern Tillamook County were just getting discovered and coming into their own. History
Unique But Subtle Lunar Eclipse on the 4th for Oregon, Washington Coast
It's called a penumbral lunar eclipse, meaning only the edge of the moon will get affected. Science, astronomy

Back to Oregon Coast

Contact Advertise on BeachConnection.net
All Content, unless otherwise attributed, copyright BeachConnection.net Unauthorized use or publication is not permitted

Oregon Coast Lodging
Rentals
Specials

Dining

Events Calendar

Oregon Coast Weather

Travel News

Search for Oregon Coast Subjects, Articles

Virtual Tours, Maps
Deep Details