Reviews on American food in North Bend, Oregon, United States. North Bend is a city in Coos County, Oregon, United States with a population of 9,695 as of the 2010 census. North Bend is surrounded on three sides by Coos Bay, an S-shaped water inlet and estuary where the Coos River enters Coos Bay and borders the city of Coos Bay to the south. North Bend became an incorporated city in 1903.
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4 based on 309 reviews
We are a little brewery dedicated to local quality. We offer great beer, Oregon Wines, and locally distilled spirits as well as a small, seasonal, locally sourced menu. We have lovely outdoor seating and live music almost every night we are open. We are f
Our party had a few different items fromThe menu. The potato soup is great along with the fried tuna, Mac and cheese, chicken, the Reuben sandwich was especially good and the fries were awesome (like homemade)!!!
4 based on 89 reviews
During the three-day stay we were in and out Timbers for breakfasts, lunches, and dinners plus the occasional snack and drinks.The staff are always accommodating and pleasant and they do their best to ensure that you enjoy the food and the service. We've seldom had a problem, but on those rare times they made good what concerned us.We like them, a lot, and appreciate their attitude and friendliness.A response from our Timbers Cafe Manager: Greetings Bjandjr, Thank you so much for your post! We strive to give our guestâs a memorable experience in Timbers Cafe with our food and service. We have some wonderful staff members in Timbers. Iâll make sure to remind them! We hope you visit again soon! Krystin KoslowTimbers Cafe Manager
5 based on 25 reviews
Located at Broadway Avenue and Newmark Street in North Bend, Oregon! This is THE place in town where you can determine the exact flavor combination that is best suited for you! Although we say 58 flavors, we have many more. Ask for samples of more than 65
This was one of the best ice-cream parlors we had seen. The clerk was friendly. They had lots of choices and my wife could eat non-dairy ice-cream. Wow!There was a painting of a mermaid on a wall.We ate inside the parlor. So delicious!This is a must to see!
4 based on 360 reviews
Lovely open area restaurant with views of the bay from any table. After our waitress gave a lengthy list of seafoods on the menu, I asked why no halibut. And, yes, they did have halibut with a lemon ginger sauce. It was as delicious as anticipated! Fresh asparagus spears enhanced the plate. My friend so enjoyed the scallops he ordered, there wasnât a speck left on the plate. An attentive, friendly waitress we visited with made the evening special. A response from our Food & Beverage Manager of Operations: LuvToLineDance,Thank you very much for your review! Guests like yourself make what we do fulfilling and rewarding. I love our Halibut and fresh veggies, which we receive fresh daily and prep in house. Our Executive Chef and his team strive to provide our guests with flavorful meals. I will certainly pass this review along to our culinary team. Our front of house staff will be very happy to know they have made your evening special. We look forward to seeing you the next time you are traveling through.Thank you, Betty Thurman F&B Operations Manager
4 based on 162 reviews
After being told about this restaurant years ago by a friend, my wife and I have been threatening to eat here since. Finally, while at the coast this weekend, we made it and we're glad we did!While this is an older establishment, it is cozy and rich in comfort with excellent service!Our gem of a waitress, Jessica, was VERY knowledgeable of every dish and what went into them. This is what you expect from a wait staff member and Chef Robert Irvine of Restaurant Impossible fame would have been impressed! The wine list is impressive -- though not extensive. They have a good selection of beers on tap as well. I had the Rogue Hazelnut Brown which is my favorite.As for the food, our friend had the New York steak with the Gorgonzola and mushroom topping ans swore it was to die for and cooked perfectly!My wife had the seafood lasagna and could only say, "Wow!" I sampled it and repeated her exclamation!I had the special Ling Cod with the Verblanc sauce and the "Swiss" potatoes. Superb is a fitting description...especially of the "Swiss" fries! Although Jessica told us a recent guest from Switzerland insisted the fries weren't Swiss at all, I like the name and they were delicious!So, as I stated earlier in this writing, this is an older establishment and has a few rough edges. Be sure to "step up" if entering the men's room and there may be a few rough spots on the carpet. Still, the Hilltop ranks as fine dining and an excellent place to eat! Be sure to seek it out when you are in the area. You'll be glad you did!
4 based on 66 reviews
Continuing the tradition in a building built before 1910 that once held one of North Bendâs earliest saloons, our intent is to provide our guests with a true neighborhood pub â a relaxed and comfortable environment in which adults can enjoy some great foo
Being a Sunday there were limited options available but after reading reviews, we thought The Liberty Pub would be a good choice and it was.I had the carnivores calzone and my wife had the Mac and Cheese, both meals were great and neither of us left any.Staff were fantastic, very friendly and helpful could not ask for better.
5 based on 47 reviews
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im not a real big meat eater, but I must say that Alder SmokeHouse has the best License to Grill sandwich around. These sandwiches are big on flavor and are very filling. The people at Alder SmokeHouse are so very nice. It is a pleasure to have a good restaurant like this here.
4 based on 97 reviews
This is a small cafe on the main street of North Bend. It's home cooking. Much of what is offered is made on site. We had arrived about 10:30 so one of us had breakfast and the other lunch. Both meals were excellent. The server was one of the owner and very appreciative of our business. There's just no downside to the experience. Will definitely be back.
4 based on 276 reviews
Traveling with family this was a last minute choice to have lunch in Coos bay before continuing our trip. It was easy to find and there is a large parking lot and when weentered the restaurant there is a carved, large wooden figure of a fisherman, perhaps the captain, which was charming.They have booths and also table with plenty of space between them so you aren't having a meal with strangers. The service was very good and they had quite an extensive menu with many choices. One person ordered the po'boy dinner plate and declared it the best po'boy they had ever eaten, someone else had the scallops meal, another had a sandwich with a fruit salad and I had the grilled shrimp on a skewer. Everything was cooked to order which took just a bit of time but we all were so happy with our choices that they were worth waiting for. There is a small aquarium in the dining room and it was fun to watch the assorted fish which were unusual and not the usual gold fish or koi.All in all a really great experience and I can't wait to return when I am back in Coos Bay.
4 based on 394 reviews
This quaint local breakfast/lunch restaurant is a real find. The offer several types of freshly baked muffins.. the bran muffin was delicious! Portions are large and the staff friendly. My veggie omelette was great. The bowl of oatmeal offered several topping that enhance the common menu item. Itâs worth the stop!
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