Favorite Things To Do In Seaside

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Seaside’s slogan is, “It’s Easy To Seaside” and that is so true! When you come stay at our inn you can park your car and only need to drive to a few destinations.

Seaside is a small town with a population of 6,707 and really has a small town feel. Everyone is friendly and the shops are within walking distance.

Our favorite places to go:

Food:

Las Olas - Great Mexican food
Tora Sushi Lounge - Affordable sushi!
Nonni’s Bistro - Italian food - romantic, sweet atmosphere
Maggie’s On The Prom - This is a beachfront restaurant that’s really best enjoyed in the summer when you can sit outside.

Times Theater - This is a movie theater that shows movies but it’s also a good place for food and drink even when there is no movie. We wrote a post here. Check it out.

Coffee Shops and Breakfast:

Seaside Coffee Roasters - It’s really close by the inn. Less than 2 blocks, which makes for a great morning walk. They have all of your coffee, tea, smoothie, breakfast sandwich, most of your basic pastry needs covered.
Dough Dough - Across the street from Seaside Coffee Roasters is a great pastry shop that offers a wide assortment of pastries including vegan and gluten free options.
Firehouse Grill - This is our favorite place to eat breakfast. They have a great breakfast and lunch menu and even have gluten free bread!
Bagels By The Sea - This Is a bagel place nearby that offers bagels and smears, plus all sorts of bagel sandwiches.

Nightlife and Bars:

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Finn’s (the bar in the back of the restaurant) - They have a circular fireplace that you can sit at. They also have good seafood and cocktails. Not the cheapest but really tasty.
The Whet Spot - This is a beer and wine bar with a fantastically curated options. Read more about them in our post. They don’t have food but they will let you bring food from nearby restaurants. Don’t want to leave the inn? The Whet Spot will make beer and wine deliveries to the inn for $2.00 and free deliveries when you spend more than $20.
Bride Tender - If you’re looking for a locals experience go no further than the Bridge Tender. Cheap drinks, pool tables and salty sailors.

Groceries:

Safeway - This is place most people shop in town. This store does a pretty good job of offering a wide variety of foods. All of the standard fare, plus gluten-free, vegan and housemade goods. Their house made guacamole is fantastic!
Seaside Health Foods - This grocery store is less than a block from the inn. It’s very, very tiny but well stocked. If you are looking for fresh food, this isn’t the place, but if you’re looking for specialty health foods they probably have it.
Natural Grocers - If you want a natural grocery store that has it all you can visit the Natural Grocers in Warrenton, which is about a 20 minute drive from the inn.

Shopping:

Shamous’es Rocks - This is a rock and crystal shop that is about a block from the inn. Lots of great things to see.
Moxie Shine Fair Trade - This is our favorite place to shop in Seaside and they give our guests a 15% discount when they spend $50 or more. Here’s a post we wrote about them.
Seaside Yarn and Fiber - This is a great yarn and craft store that is next to The Whet Spot and across the street from our favorite coffee shop. All of them are within 2 blocks of the inn. We wrote a post about the yarn shop.

Activities:

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Seaside Aquarium - Get a true Oregon coast experience and see the critters of the sea at the aquarium.
Hands Will Travel - Get a massage while you are at the inn. You can go to her and it’s less than a block away or she can come to you if you have 2 or more massages to book. She also offers a twofer. Normally her massages are $80, but if you book 2 she will come to you and only charges $75 for each massage - $150 for both.
Ancient Health And Healing - Get acupuncture while you are staying at the inn. Katherine has magical hands!

A few more details:

The nearest Laundromat is Marlin Avenue Coin Op in Warrenton

Here is a walking tour of Seaside, including an art tour here.