The Historic Taft District of Lincoln City is located on the southern end of town. It is home to attractions, restaurants, shopping and provides prime access to Siletz Bay. Visit Taft to see what you will discover!

AttractionsBlow glass art or watch demonstrations at the Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio in Lincoln City, OR

Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio

Here you can see glass art in action. Watch demonstrations or get hands-on. Local artisans will work with you to make a colorful piece of glass art, including a glass float…the perfect keepsake of your time in Lincoln City. They have an extensive onsite gallery with one-of-a-kind creations.

North Lincoln County Historical Museum

Take a walk through the past and explore the history of Lincoln City and Lincoln County. Discover details behind the settlement, history of glass floats and what has made this area such a popular tourist destination.

Mor Art

Stop by Mo's Restaurant in Lincoln City, OR, a staple of the Oregon CoastThis fused glass art studio offers hands-on lessons where you can create your own piece of art. The onsite gallery allows you to select from a number of unique pieces created by local artists.


Mo’s Restaurant

A Pacific Coast landmark for over 70 years, Mo’s is a staple of the Oregon Coast. Their specialty is coastal cuisine in a casual dining environment. You’ll love the beautiful bay views in their Lincoln City location, and you can’t leave without trying their world famous clam chowder.

Roadhouse 101 & Rusty Truck Brewing

You’ll find a quality selection of craft beers and seasonal offerings in addition to their fine pub fare. Stop by Tiki's at 51st in Lincoln City, OROn weekends they bring in a variety of blues talent to put on a show.

Tiki’s at 51st

This quirky beach side shack serves up fresh food, and offers outdoor seating to enjoy. Try their award winning clam chowder or their signature mojito. Dogs welcome.

Other Taft Restaurants

Eleanor’s Undertow – Great for ice cream, quick eats and games.
Hwy 101 Burger – One of the best burgers around.
Pacific Grind Cafe – Premium coffee (closed on weekends)
Flavor of India – A hidden culinary gem. Try the Chicken Tikka Masala.
Captain Dan’s Pirate Pastry Shop – Arrrr! You’ll find sweet treats here.
Enriques Taco Shop – Authentic Mexican street foodExplore art galleries in the Historic Taft District in Lincoln City, OR
Snug Harbor Bar & Grill – Pub fare and live music on weekends.
Shucker’s Oyster Bar -A locals favorite. Check out the Happy Hour menu.

Shopping & Galleries


This gallery features a wide range of art from local artists including photography, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, and a variety of handcrafted glass art.

Flanigans Glass Gallery

A great place to purchase a handcrafted glass float, this gallery has glass creations of all types on display. Find that perfect gift to take home with you.

Lincoln City Surf Shop

Gear up at the Lincioln City Surf Shop in Lincoln City, ORSurfs up! Ready to meet all of your surfing needs, they have a wide selection of gear. They also offer equipment rentals and lessons from professionals to get you on the water.

Taft 2nd Hand Antiques – Buy and sell unique treasures.
My Masters Antiques – Antiques and collectibles.
Beach Bum Thrift – Upscale thrift shop.
Kenny’s IGA – Food items and bonfire supplies.
Ace Hardware – Great for crabbing & clamming gear.

Siletz Bay

Siletz Bay is home to a variety of wildlife, recreation activities and opportunities to explore. The bay offers a more sheltered beach experience with calmer waters and a break from the coastal winds. Learn about Siletz BayExplore Siletz Bay in Lincoln City, OR


Book your stay today at any of these hotels located in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City and be right in the heart of the action.

Best Western Landmark Inn – 62 units, off Hwy 101, meeting space
Historic Anchor Inn – 20 units, off Hwy 101, catering to private groups
Looking Glass Inn – 26 units, bay views, dog friendly
Siletz Bay Lodge – 44 units, bay front with views
Water’s Edge Condominiums – Condo rental units, bay front with views

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