Welcome to Lincoln City's downtown. This popular area is home to sweet treats, a golden-age silver screen and one of the world's last living T-rex.
As with other districts in Lincoln City, Oceanlake's food scene doesn't disappoint. Since 1949, Barnacle Bill's has been serving up fresh from the boat seasonal seafood. Salmon, tuna and Dungeness crab just to name a few. Do yourself a favor and try some of their famous smoked salmon. Tap the brakes when driving by this seafood market.
Take a trip to Mexico, Thailand, Nepal, and Japan right here in Ocealake. You'll find an international dining scene within just a few short blocks. Yatai Sushi has created a number of signature rolls that are to die for. The Yatai and Dragon rolls are a few of our favorites.
Have a sweet tooth? You can't miss the bright red building where Candyland offers fresh saltwater taffy and other vintage treats. Just down the street, My Petite Sweet will lure you in with their famous gourmet cupcakes or another decadent delight from their bakery.
With first-run movies, timeless classics and matinees every day of the year, the Bijou Theatre truly is a place where movies still matter. Many have come to escape reality and daydream, envision the future, or to re-visit the past. Though their popcorn has a solid reputation, they now serve beer, wine and food from their neighbor, Grill 1646.
Explore the many eclectic gift shops where you'll find anything from t-shirts, to antiques and collectibles, to fossils from the past. Scour every nook and cranny and discover all of the treasures waiting to be found.
Get back to the beach in Oceanlake by using the access points at NW 15th St and NW 21st St. NW 15th St allows vehicles on the sand, but make sure keep within the designated area and keep an eye on the incoming tide.