What could be better than eating fresh fish at a seafood shack on a waterside dock? At Tony's you'll choose from pasta specials like smoked salmon alfredo, sandwiches like hot crab and shrimp, and house specials lik…
A few blocks to the south of Table Rock is Face Rock, a huge monolith with a human profile. Native American legends tell of a maiden and her pet kittens turned to stone by an evil sea god; they all now rise as sea s…
A Bandon institution, this upscale restaurant has fine panoramic sea views and dishes such as wild prawns, Kobe burgers, calamari steaks and fettuccine with crab legs – all served with the appropriate sides. There's…
This small and fancy restaurant boasts an Italian-influenced menu and a wide-ranging wine list. Try the cacciucco, a Tuscan-style seafood stew, the pork osso buco or the veggie-friendly cauliflower steak.
At Coquille Point, at the end of SW 11th St, steps lead down to a beach interspersed with rocky crags and monoliths. Table Rock lies just offshore and is protected as the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge.
This museum has exhibits on the area's historical industries and the Coquille Native Americans, along with memorable photos of Bandon's two devastating fires (1914 and 1936) and various shipwrecks.
For something different, visit Game Park Safari, 7 miles south on US 101, where you can see lions and tigers and bears (oh my), among other exotic animals. There's baby-animal petting too.
Not an eatery per se, but rather an exceptional candy shop where you can fill up just on the multitude of luscious samples always on offer. There's another location in Coos Bay.
The Cranberry Festival, in the second weekend in September, is Bandon's largest civic event. It features a parade, craft fair and the crowning of the Cranberry Queen.
This casual and popular coffee shop offers light meals such as sandwiches, burgers, pitas and bagels, along with pastries, gourmet coffee and a warm atmosphere.