The ocean has long been a stage for humanity's grandest achievements, from Magellan's circumnavigation of the globe to Columbus's discovery that lobsters look like tiny monsters. Set sail for seafood with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Seafood and Fine Dining
The menu is updated regularly with the day's catches and seasonal additions. Recently featured items include pasta with summer squash, sweet bell peppers, kale, and parmigiano-reggiano cheese in hazelnut-parsley pesto ($26), Muscovy duck breast ($32), and Alaskan halibut ($36).
The Bay House
When the chefs at The Bay House want some fresh italian parsley, french tarragon, or lemon thyme to season freshly caught halibut from Captain Mike Fitzpatrick or organic vegetables from nearby Barking Dog Farms, all they have to do is snip some from the herb garden outside. That dedication to fresh, local flavors elevates each dish, and it's also won the restaurant recognition from Oregon Coast Today and a bevvy of awards. To complement the seasonal dishes, which often feature seafood, duck, and beef, diners choose wine from a sprawling wine list that's about 70 pages long—the same length as War and Peace: Tiny Print Edition.
The Bay House's spacious windows let in views of Siletz Bay, which laps a rocky shore right outside the restaurant. In two formal dining rooms, servers whisk plates to white-draped tables and booths. The Bayside Lounge's plush dining chairs and leather couches gather around a rustic stone fireplace and tables topped with a single rose; the laid-back space sometimes hosts live blues artists and other musicians to serenade lounge-goers.
one of the best dining experiences I've had recently on EVERY level. The view is great at sunset and the warmth of friendly, professional serviceAshford817, TripAdvisor, 10/22/12
Without a doubt, the best place to eat in Lincoln City. Food was well prepared and equally presented.Dugan, Yahoo! Travel, 6/23/10
5911 SW Hwy. 101
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367