Pacific Way Bakery
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- Pacific Way BakeryMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersSep 16, 2013
Baker and co-owner Lisa Allen works through the night to bring this Oregon beach town pastries on par with those found in France. The results are displayed in a case of rustic fruit tarts and croissants as well as American-inspired goodies like sticky buns. The self-taught baker makes everything you see—as well as desserts in the adjoining restaurant. Black-and-white-tiled floors and gilded mirrors lend a fitting French country look.
Must-Try Item: The not-too-sweet scone loaded with fresh Oregon marionberries.Recommended for:
- Pacific Way BakeryApr 30, 2013
One of our top five places to eat in the whole area and our top spot in Gearhart. Great pizza and main courses in a cozy setting, appropriate for a romantic date or the whole family. When we were remodeling our home in the late 1990's, this was our 'reward date" for putting in 14 hours of work. Some days this was the light at the end of the tunnel.Recommended for:
- Pacific Way BakeryFirst to ReviewApr 25, 2013
This is the BEST restaurant and right next door you can buyfreshly baked french pastries on the weekends. You are permitted to drive cars and ride horses on the Gearhart Beach. Gearhart is a charming little village only five minutes South of our cottage on HWY 101.