It's Breakfast Time

With the return of Otis Cafe, we're reminded why breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Otis Cafe

In July of 2019, Otis Cafe caught fire resulting in an indefinite closure. Locals and visitors from all over the nation were devastated that their long-standing go-to breakfast joint suffered such a tragedy. With much thought and patience they decided that they needed to open a second location, and lucky for us, they bought, remodeled, and have since opened this location in Taft in Lincoln City.

Known for the best home cooking on the Oregon Coast, Otis Cafe prides itself in its breakfast and family-owned tradition they’ve carried for years. They serve breakfast all day from 7am to 4pm with favorites such as German Potatoes, black molasses bread, biscuits and gravy, chicken-fried steak, and of course stacks of buttermilk pancakes. They are committed to creating the same experience, service, food quality, and of course portions. Fans of Otis Cafe have been drooling and waiting for this day to come and that is proven by how busy they've been since their grand opening this month.

Pacific Grind

Family-run Pacific Grind has been a staple in Lincoln City for years. Aside from the delicious coffee options, they also serve simple yet delicious breakfast and lunch options. It's a perfect place to grab a friend, sit outside, and catch up over well thought out, small kitchen cuisine. From bagels and schmears, egg burritos and sandwiches, to deli sandwiches and salads (with veggie options!) there is something each taste bud can enjoy. Considered one of the best espresso bars and cafes on the Oregon Coast, you’re always welcomed with a smile and a family feel that will keep you coming back for more. They conveniently have a drive-thru as well for those on their way to work or out on an adventure. Be sure to check the specials as well, they rotate them out with new ideas or local favorites!

Wildflower Grill

Wildflower Grill is the perfect mini escape from the bustle of Lincoln City. While it's right on 101, it's situated right on a creek with towering trees so you can relax with a view. They offer traditional breakfast including a variety of Benedict's, omelets, pancakes, and french toast. All bread and baked items are made in-house daily. If you’re a late riser, you aren’t even missing out, they serve lunch items around 11:30. Their “Po’ Boy’ options draw people in from all over Oregon. Try their Wildflower Oyster Po Boy including local oysters panko flash-fried, lettuce, tomato, onion, and cajun sauce with thick-cut fries.

Visit our Where to Eat page to browse more brunch options in Lincoln City.

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