Restaurants

Visitors are treated to a variety of options from a quick oyster burger and fries to five-star dining in outstanding settings. Gourmet fare often features Northwest Regional Cuisine, notable for its use of seasonal, locally gathered ingredients-an abundance of fresh fish and seafood, game, wild berries of all kinds, wild mushrooms, cranberries, and more.

Sit back, relax and taste for yourself why one of the highlights of a Long Beach Peninsula visit is the award-winning gourmet cuisine.

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Barbe-Queen

Address:
1513 Bay Ave, Ocean Park 98640
Phone Number:
360-665-5551
About:
Polynesian BBQ. Catering Services. Rod Run-Broburger competition.

Sara’s Rusty Spur Bar & Grill

Address:
1201 Bay Avenue, Ocean Park
Phone Number:
360.777.3877
About:
Great food, service and atmosphere. Fresh homemade food from our hand dipped prawns to the best chicken fried steak around. Pet friendly outside seating. Family dining along with beautiful sunsets.

MyCovio’s Italian Inspired Kitchen

Address:
1311 Bay Avenue, Ocean Park
Phone Number:
360.642.3475
About:
Intimate small chef/owner-run Italian-inspired restaurant. Serving dinner Wed to Sun. Reservations are highly recommended. Off the beaten path. Regional Italian Food, local beers, and Italian wines.

Anita’s Coastal Café

Address:
1414 260th Pl, Ocean Park, WA
Phone Number:
360.642.3500
About:
Family & group friendly with daily specials. Soups, chowder & gravy made from scratch. Area to entertain the children. Kids menu. Smaller portions available.

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#FoodToGoLBP

Looking for great take-out? Be it a romantic dinner at your lodging, or a tailgate picnic at a scenic outlook or park, our local restaurants have just what you need for the perfect meal.

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