The next day in Cannon Beach, still full from the extra large bowls of ice cream, we waited to eat until lunch. By then a storm had rolled in and the tide was pretty high. We ate at a local chain, Moe’s, where we knew we could find some seafood. The restaurant was definitely a touristy spot, over-priced and a bit cheesy, but we got to sit at a table overlooking the ocean, which made up for the kitschy atmosphere. We ate clam chowder, along with fish & chips, then ended our meal perfectly with a slice of hot Marion berry pie. At this point I am head over heels for Marionberry. We ate slowly and gazed out at the swells crashing against the shore and even splashing up on the window we peered out from.
From lunch we drove back to Portland…more good food and stories to come.
i'm craving some of that pie right now
I can't keep up with your Portland posts 🙂 It sounds like the two of you had such a wonderful time…
If you ever get to Cannon Beach again, I highly recommend Ecola Seafood Market:
The seafood there is really fresh and the food is inexpensive and piping hot. And if the weather is nice you can get it go and eat it on the beach . . .
Amber, I actually read about Ecola and heard great things about their fish and chips! I will check them out on the next trip for sure! Thanks for the tip.